Lucinda Brabazon

Associate, London



Lucinda Brabazon is an associate in White & Case's EMEA Disputes Group, based in London.

Lucinda is Australian qualified, as well as being called to the Bar of England and Wales. Lucinda has acted in both English and Australian commercial litigation, and is also experienced in arbitrations conducted in accordance with the ICC, LCIA, LMAA and UNCITRAL rules. Lucinda has been involved in other dispute resolution mechanisms, including expert determination and recently assisted in a successful mediation. While Lucinda has a broad commercial practice, her specialism lies in contractual disputes in the energy, infrastructure and aviation sectors. Lucinda's recent experience includes representing an oil and gas supermajor in defence of a claim brought by another international energy company regarding a prolonged breach of an ongoing supply agreement. She has also advised in aviation matters in relation to non-payments of aircraft lease agreements.

Lucinda's clients include corporations in the energy, infrastructure, aviation and project financing sectors across the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe and the United Kingdom. She provides training to clients on the enforcement of English judgments in a Post-Brexit world, as well as participating in pro bono work, including acting as counsel for the National Autistic Society and advising on the Royal Courts of Justice civil advice line.

Lucinda has a masters degree specialising in international commercial law from the University College London, where her thesis was based on the calculation of loss and damage under English law. Lucinda also has a degree in Classics.

Prior to joining White & Case, Lucinda worked at another international law firm.

Bars and Courts
Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Australia
Called to the Bar in England and Wales (Middle Temple Inn)
Bar Transfer Test (BPTC equivalent)
Middle Temple


Master of Laws (LLM)
Specialism International Commercial Law University
University College London
Bachelor of Laws
University of Queensland