Peta Stevenson is a partner in the Dispute Resolution team in our Sydney office, where she specialises in competition litigation. Peta’s practice covers a broad range of competition and dispute resolution matters, including advising a diverse mix of clients on the application of the anti-competitive conduct, consumer protection and access provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) and related state legislation. She regularly advises clients on competition regulatory investigation and enforcement matters, as well as acting in private enforcement proceedings for damages and other relief (including class actions). She also advises on general commercial matters for a range of clients. Peta is considered a trusted adviser in the highly technical area of competition law. She is recognised for her ability to lead complex litigation matters including working with and co-ordinating large teams, meeting tight deadlines and identifying and resolving key issues. Peta has advised extensively on matters that involve liaising with international counsel in global investigations or enforcement actions, and regularly works closely with economic experts in the preparation of formal evidence and in general advice to clients. In 2001/2002, Peta completed a Master of Laws at the University of Cambridge with a focus on competition law and dispute resolution.