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Liz researches in the fields of international economic law and environmental law. From 2012-2013 she was an Associate Director and Research Fellow at Columbia Law School's Center for Climate Change Law, where her work focused on the interactions between trade, investment and climate change regulation. Previously, she practiced in the environment/planning and litigation departments of the Melbourne office of Allens Arthur Robinson. She received her Master of Laws degree from Columbia University, and her Bachelor degrees in Arts and Laws (with Honours) from the University of Melbourne. She is currently undertaking her PhD thesis, which examines how states seek to safeguard their regulatory autonomy when drafting international trade and investment agreements.