Alice concentrates her practice on representing clients operating in the technology and fintech industries with a focus on blockchain and cryptocurrency, where she advises startup and private companies on:
- regulatory matters;
- seed and venture capital financings;
- cryptocurrency presales;
- token generation events;
- mergers and acquisitions for strategic buyers and private equity sponsors; and
- corporate governance
Prior to joining Fenwick, Alice was an associate at an established U.S. law firm advising leading financial institutions, investment banks and financial services providers on a range of financial transactions and regulatory matters and also served as the associate manager of the firm’s FinTech working group.
In addition, Alice has experience working at two leading international law firms in Australia, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Alice also served as an academic research assistant at Harvard Law School and the University of Technology Sydney, a legal intern at a blockchain technology and software company as well as a judicial clerk to Justice Richard Button in the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Education & Admissions
LL.M., with honors, Harvard Law School
LL.B./B.A., summa cum laude, International Studies & Mandarin Language
University of Technology Sydney
Admitted to practice in New York and New South Wales (Australia)