Lydia works across a range of litigation and regulatory projects.
She is particularly interested in new and evolving sectors and enjoys working on a variety of different projects, from analysis of sustainable energy networks to new class action possibilities in competition law. Her litigation experience includes damage estimation in cartel follow-on claims as well as assessing abuse of dominance in (more or less) unregulated markets. She has also worked on diagnosing the risks from particular energy and transport regulations for regulated companies and their customers.
Lydia has a MSc in Economics from UCL and a BA in PPE from the University of Oxford. Before joining Frontier, Lydia worked on vocational education policy at UNESCO.
She speaks fluent French, having grown up in Paris.