Georgia Dawson is a partner in Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s Hong Kong office. Georgia holds a degree in government and history and a first-class degree in law from the University of Sydney. She also holds a master of philosophy in international relations from the University of Cambridge. Georgia is admitted to practice in England & Wales, Hong Kong and New South Wales.
Georgia’s recent work has focused on internal and regulatory investigations, joint venture disputes, contentious restructurings, international civil and criminal fraud proceedings and associated satellite litigation dealing with matters such as freezing injunctions and asset tracing.
Her work has included acting for the Brunei Investment Agency on the multi-jurisdictional litigation against HRH Prince Jefri Bolkiah, for a shareholder in the ATV litigation, for a financial institution defending a multi-billion dollar claim in SE Asia and for a number of financial institutions subject to cross-border regulatory investigations concerning insider dealing and market misconduct.