Tamlyn Mills

Tamlyn Mills

Tamlyn Mills is a senior litigation and international arbitration lawyer based in Sydney and practising across Australia and the Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining the firm, Tamlyn gained over ten years' experience in corporate and commercial litigation and cross-border disputes at a top tier Australian firm. Tamlyn has both trial and appellate experience across Australian jurisdictions, having acted for clients in proceedings in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. She is well versed in the practice and procedure of the State Supreme Courts as well as the Federal Court of Australia and is effective at successfully facilitating the early resolution of disputes through mediation and other ADR mechanisms. Tamlyn specialises in international commercial arbitration and investment treaty arbitration and has acted as counsel to a range of clients in foreign seated arbitrations under the major arbitral rules. She is also experienced in domestic proceedings to enforce arbitral awards and advises clients on effective dispute structuring and risk mitigation in commercial contracts. Tamlyn has a depth of experience in mining, energy and oil and gas disputes, having acted for both junior and establishing energy and resource companies and contractors as well as participants in the National Electricity Market. As a litigator Tamlyn has acted in a wide variety of commercial and corporate disputes, including shareholder class actions, and regularly advises clients on corporate governance issues, shareholder disputes and directors' duties. Tamlyn holds a Master of Laws with Distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science, specialising in international dispute resolution.




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Articles and Video:

Institutional Responses to COVID-19 Pandemic: Cooperation, Collaboration and Going Virtual (09/04/20)
As the COVID-19 pandemic has shut businesses, locked down communities, and closed borders, the international arbitration community had to rapidly develop new ways of working. The international arbitration community has collaborated to find ways to maintain access to justice in a timely and efficient manner.