Lucy is a Senior Associate at Hausfeld and specialises in competition litigation. Prior to joining Hausfeld, Lucy worked for Which?, where she advised on competition and consumer law matters, including in relation to large-scale group actions and individual rights of redress.
Lucy has valuable experience of working for a competition regulator, the UK's Office of Fair Trading. She started her career at Slaughter and May, where she subsequently practiced as part of the competition group for two years. Prior to qualification, Lucy spent time in The Hague, as part of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
Lucy has worked on numerous pieces of highly complex, multi-jurisdictional litigation and across a variety of sectors. She has also worked on European and domestic antitrust investigations - for public and private companies, and for the regulator. Lucy has experience of conducting litigation before the Competition Appeal Tribunal, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. Lucy has spoken at conferences on competition and consumer law, in the UK and abroad. She has also appeared before the House of Lords EU Committee to give evidence on aspects of consumer law.
Lucy is passionate about achieving justice, including for those who cannot afford legal representation. She has been involved in the running of a number of community law centres and various campaigns for greater access to justice.
Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, Legal Practice Course
Graduate Diploma in Law, Nottingham Law School
University of Durham, B.A. (Hons)
Solicitor, England & Wales
Law Society Competition Section
"Hausfeld Bolsters London Office with Scott Campbell's Return", Hausfeld & Co LLP, 2 May 2017.
"European Commission Re-Adopts Air Cargo Decision and Imposes Fines of €776m", Haufeld & Co LLP, 21 March 2017.
UK’s first standalone collective claim filed by Hausfeld on behalf of rail passengers
European Commission proposes New Consumer Deal on representative consumer actions
Air Cargo claimants win right to appeal UK High Court ruling
European Commission Re-Adopts Air Cargo Decision and Imposes Fines of €776m
Women@Competition Talk On Collective Redress – 11 November 2019, London
ABA’s 2019 Global Private Litigation Conference – 17 June 2019, Berlin
Towards Effective Collective Redress in Europe: New Dutch Mechanism to Open Courts to Opt-Out Damages Claims
Libra Cryptocurrency Raises Regulatory Challenges
The European Commission’s 2018: A Year in Review
Collective Actions - The Power of Plastic
Certification Recast: Court of Appeal’s Judgment in Merricks v Mastercard Provides Important Guidance for UK’s Infant Collective Actions Regime
Broadening the Private Enforcement of Consumer Law: the EU’s Proposed Directive on Representative Actions
Tribunal Adopts Practical Approach To Realities Of Collective Actions Funding
Landmark Ruling Set To Shape Data Claims Landscape
Sixth Annual Bingham Lecture, by the Rt Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons
Open Justice Wins In Supreme Court Ruling
Competition Policy for the Digital Era: EU Report Outlines Potential Shakeup for Big Tech
Will the ECJ Put an End to Cartelists Restructuring Their Way out of Liability for Damages?