Phone +61 2 8226 2336
Email Lucy Robb Vujcic
Master of Laws: New York University (Vanderbilt Scholar)
Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours): University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts: University of Sydney
Commercial Law and Contracts
Constitutional and Public Law
International Commercial Arbitration
Lucy was called to the bar in 2016. She advises and appears in complex domestic and transnational commercial disputes, trade practices, contracts, equity, insurance and arbitration’s.
Since being called to the bar, Lucy has primarily acted in matters in the New South Wales Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Australia, Supreme Court of New South Wales, as well as inferior courts. Her experience spans contractual disputes, tort and professional negligence claims, breach of fiduciary, misleading and deceptive conduct, fraud, actions regarding conflict of laws and guarantee rights, security for costs applications and advice on prospects of appeal.
Prior to beiing called to the New South Wales Bar, Lucy practised at the New York State Bar as an Associate in the International Litigation and Arbitration Group of U.S. law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. In that capacity, she acted on behalf of multinational corporations in international contract disputes before the US federal and state courts. She also regularly advised clients engaged in disputes with foreign states arising under bilateral investment treaties before the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes.
Earlier in her career, she was a member of the team defending Serb civilian leader Momcilo Krajisnk, who was charged with genocide, conspiracy to commit gennocide and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. She was the Associate to the Hon. Jon von Doussa, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission and has lectured at the University of Sydney Faculty of Law in contract and commercial law, federal constitutional law and tort.
Processing a strong academic background, Lucy was awarded the Vanderbilt Scholarship by New York University, where she completed a Master of Laws in 2007. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws with First Honours from the University of Sydney. She was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2005.