Phoebe Miley-Dyer

Associate
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

Sydney
Australia
T:+61 2 9330 8184
Sydney
Australia
T:+61 2 9330 8184
Phoebe Miley-Dyer

Phoebe Miley-Dyer

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Biography

Phoebe Miley-Dyer is a commercial dispute resolution lawyer based in Sydney.

Phoebe has trial and appellate experience across a number of Australian jurisdictions.

Phoebe was involved in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, as a member of a large team across multiple offices responding to document production requests including reviews for relevance and privilege.


Professional experience

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  • BA/LLB at the University of Sydney, majoring in Chinese Studies (2015).
  • Semester Exchange at Sciences Po, Paris (2013).
  • International Office Exchange Scholarship (2013).
  • Language Certificate student at Fudan University, Shanghai (2013).
  • Language Certificate student at Peking University, Beijing (2012).
  • Huayu Enrichment Scholar at the National Taiwan University, Taipei (2016).
  • Supreme Court of New South Wales 2017
  • High Court of Australia 2019
  • Representing ECT/ICSID award creditors in enforcement proceedings in Australia against the Kingdom of Spain arising from solar energy investments in Spain, against a plea of sovereign immunity from the jurisdiction of Australian courts: Eiser Infrastructure Limited & Anor v Kingdom of Spain and Infrastructure Services Luxembourg S.A.R.L & Anor v Kingdom of Spain.
  • An American company - in a Jakarta-seated arbitration under BANI rules against an Asian energy company arising from an exploration campaign in Indonesia.
  • Corporate and financial institutions - in relation to proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia, including advising an officer of a major Australian corporate in relation to allegations of breaches of director's duties.
  • Major Australian financial institutions and international investment banks - in relation to requests for information from Australian regulators, including the ASIC, the ACCC and the AUSTRAC.
  • An international investment bank - in proceedings before the Supreme Court of NSW in relation to allegations of fraud.
  • International corporations - in relation to cross-border regulatory investigations, including developing internal anti-bribery policies.
  • A global energy and resources company - in proceedings related to the purchase of a coal mine.
  • Asylum seeker applicants to Australia on a pro bono basis.
  • Appearing in various Local Courts for minor or procedural listings on behalf of disadvantaged clients accused of criminal offences.
  • Internship with the Office of the Co-Prosecutors at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, 2016.
  • Recipient of University of Sydney Chinese Studies Department T. M. Hsiao Scholarship (2012).
  • Recipient of University of Sydney Scholarships (2011 - 2015).
  • 1st Australian University Games, female longboard surfing (2012).
  • Volunteer lawyer at the Kingsford Legal Centre
  • Volunteer lawyer with the Homeless Persons' Legal Service NSW clinic 2020-present
  • Community volunteer experience at the Australia Refugee Council, Juvenile Justice Centres, SPARK Program and Ponheary Ly Foundation.
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • French

Knowledge

Renewable energy project disputes

Publication | June 16, 2021