Alice Tranter Wilson has experience working on corporate and project finance matters in Australia, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. Prior to joining Jones Day, Alice was a law clerk and an associate at two leading international law firms, where she completed rotations in the project finance, intellectual property and technology, M&A, and corporate finance practice groups.
Alice has contributed to articles in legal publications on securities law reform and blockchain technology. During her post-graduate legal studies, she also participated in the Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic.
- January 30, 2020
CFTC and SRO Enforcement Trends: The Year in Review
- Harvard University (LL.M. 2019; Founding member and vice president, Harvard Law School Blockchain and FinTech Initiative); The College of Law, Australia (Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice 2015); University of Technology Sydney (LL.B. First Class Hons. and B.A. in International Studies 2015)
- New York
- Law Clerk to Justice Richard Button, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia (2017-2018)