Anna has a diverse background practicing as a commercial/litigation lawyer in international dispute resolution, commercial law, civil fraud, anti-corruption and human rights for governments, individuals and multinational corporations.
Following her formative years as a Mergers & Acquisitions tax lawyer at KPMG Law in Melbourne, where she provided both general and transactional advisory services to the Australian government and international clients including BP, Royal Dutch Shell, LafargeHolcim, Toll and Chevron, Anna moved to KPMG in London. While at KPMG in London, Anna delivered legal programmes at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Government Legal Department.
Anna left KPMG London to work at Amsterdam & Partners LLP. Her work focused on representing high-net-worth individuals and multinational corporations in politically sensitive matters across the UK, Europe, the US and Africa in multijurisdictional disputes.
In 2019 Anna started her own legal consultancy, Lancy Lowe & Co. Anna’s practice focuses on representing corporates and individuals with their commercial contracts and international disputes. Most recently, Anna supported a UK gold processing company enter into a gold mining venture with a Saudi Arabian gold mining company.
Anna is admitted to practice in Victoria, Australia. Anna holds a Bachelor of Arts (Global) (majoring in International Studies) and Juris Doctor (Masters of Laws) from Monash University (Distinction/First Class Honours). During her Masters, Anna worked at the World Intellectual Property Organization at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, where she drafted submissions on behalf of WIPO’s Development Agenda.