Lucy Noble is an associate with Zeiler Floyd Zadkovich and is based in our London office. She has been gaining experience in all types of dry shipping matters, including charterparty and bill of lading disputes. Lucy also works on disputes arising from commodities trading and bunker supply contracts.
Lucy has completed 8 months on secondment with one of the largest international container lines and 3 months on secondment with a leading global marine fuel supplier. Through these secondments, Lucy has gained invaluable commercial and operational insight.
Lucy is admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia, as well as in England and Wales.
She graduated from the University of Wollongong, Australia in 2020 with a Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of International Studies (International Relations and Mandarin), achieving a Distinction award. Lucy achieved a first-place ranking in International Law and completed a semester of her legal studies at Shanghai International Studies University, China.
Prior to joining the firm, she undertook various internships within both the public and private sector.
Lucy works in English (native) and speaks basic Mandarin.
In this episode of Case by Case, Luke Zadkovich and Calum Cheyne welcome ZFZ London associate Lucy Noble.
The three discuss the English Commercial Court case of CM P-Max III Ltd v Petroleos Del Norte SA (Re MT Stena Primorsk Voyage Charter)  EWHC 2147 (Comm) (12 August 2022).
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Luke and Calum welcome special guest Lucy Noble to recap a battle of the forms judgment newly handed down from the English Court of Appeal. The jurisdiction dispute in TRW v Panasonic  EWCA Civ 1558 confirms an important exception to the last shot principle, a question of interpretation which is approached quite differently under US law.