Ashley is an Associate in the Construction & Engineering practice group at Addleshaw Goddard, Singapore.  She is experienced in international arbitrations, arbitration-related and commercial litigation, and advisory work across Australia, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.  Ashley focuses on major construction disputes in the energy and resources and infrastructure sectors, and has acted in arbitrations conducted under major institutional and ad hoc rules.

Recent experience includes:

  • Acting for a Qatar state-owned entity in an international arbitration under ICC Rules relating to the construction of a significant infrastructure project in Qatar.
  • Acting for a head contractor in an international arbitration under UNCITRAL Rules relating to works for the conversion of a power plant in Saudi Arabia.
  • Acting for an Oman state-owned entity in an international arbitration under ICC Rules relating to modification and expansion works on an LNG plant in Oman.
  • Acting for Tianqi Lithium Kwinana and Tianqi Lithium Corporation in concurrent international and domestic arbitrations under UNCITRAL and Resolution Institute Rules, alongside Supreme Court and Court of Appeal of Western Australia proceedings in relation to claims in excess of A$400 million arising out of the design and construction of two lithium hydroxide processing plants in Western Australia.
  • Acting for International Paint and AkzoNobel in the Federal Court of Australia in a dispute relating to the US$45 billion Ichthys LNG project in Western Australia.
  • University of Queensland – Bachelor of Journalism
  • Murdoch University – Bachelor of Laws
Professional Memberships
  • Society of Construction Law (Singapore)
  • Lighthouse Club Singapore
  • Law Society of Western Australia