Bid Advisory Committee Chair
Daisy Mallett brings a formidable legal mind and a passion for sustainability to her role as Chair of the Nature Positive Economy CRC’s Bid Advisory Committee. With over 20 years of experience navigating complex disputes for multinational companies and governments, Daisy is a seasoned advisor and advocate for a future where environmental well-being aligns with economic prosperity.
Daisy’s expertise extends beyond traditional commercial, trade, and investment disputes. She has deep expertise in climate litigation, business and human rights, anti-bribery and corruption, and modern slavery supply chain risks. This breadth of knowledge fuels her dedication to building a nature-positive economy that prioritizes social responsibility alongside environmental stewardship.
Her impressive track record speaks volumes. Regularly recognized by top legal publications, Daisy is a Global Leader in International Arbitration and National Leader in Arbitration (Who’s Who Legal), a Leading Individual in Dispute Resolution: Arbitration (Legal 500), and a Leading Arbitration Lawyer (Doyles Guide).
But Daisy’s impact extends beyond legal accolades. She has advised clients across diverse industries, including renewable energy, finance, technology, construction, and manufacturing. This broad exposure informs her understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by a transition to a nature-positive economy.
Further enriching her perspective, Daisy has extensive experience representing parties before international arbitration tribunals across the globe. From Singapore and Hong Kong to London and Paris, she has mastered the intricacies of navigating legal disputes in various jurisdictions.
Daisy’s commitment extends beyond her professional pursuits. She serves on the boards of not-for-profit organisations, leveraging her expertise to support crucial social and environmental causes.
Daisy Mallett is a powerful voice for a more sustainable future, and her leadership ensures the Nature Positive Economy CRC’s bid is grounded in legal rigor, environmental awareness, and a deep understanding of the complex economic and regulatory forces at play.