Dena’s practice encompasses a broad range of civil, commercial and securities litigation matters. Prior to joining the firm in 2019, Dena practiced as a corporate lawyer, representing owners and operators of private companies.
While in law school, Dena participated in a variety of activities. She was an oralist in the All America Regional Round of the John H. Jackson Moot in Bogota, Colombia arguing international trade law matters. She spent a semester studying regulation of financial markets and competition law at Hong Kong University Faculty of Law. Dena also assisted in conducting research in the area of international commercial arbitration for professor Joshua Karton. Prior to law school, Dena completed a graduate degree in applied statistics at the University of Guelph.
Co-Author with Ralph Cuervo-Lorens, “Can the Application of Blockchain Technology Broaden the Horizons for Arbitration?”, August 8, 2018, Kluwer Arbitration Blog
Author, “How Does Arbitration Intersect with the Blockchain Technology that underlies Cryptocurrencies?” May 5, 2018, Kluwer Arbitration Blog