Abigail Gill

Head of Investigations and Inquiries



Abigail is an experienced practitioner who specialises in disputes and investigations. She advises corporate and public entity clients on investigations and public inquiries spanning regulatory matters, financial crime, integrity issues and ESG concerns. 

Formerly a senior in-house lawyer, Abigail has extensive experience advising on the defence of complex commercial disputes and enforcement actions involving key local regulators and is often engaged to work collaboratively in cross-border mandates.

Abigail has also developed and led the implementation of programs to mitigate compliance and ESG risks and she regularly advises boards and senior leadership teams on best practice in these areas.

Abigail is a director on the board of Transparency International Australia and was recognised in Global Investigations Review’s 2021 Women in Investigations survey.

Key deals

Victorian Royal Commission into the Casino Licence and Operator

Leading the solicitors’ assisting team advising the Victorian Royal Commission into the Casino Licence and Operator in its inquiry.

Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants

Leading the team acting for Victoria Police in the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants.

Commercial disputes

Advising a mining company on a commercial dispute in connection with its iron ore project in Western Australia.


Advising a listed Australian company in a multi-jurisdictional investigation into potential violations of anti-corruption laws.

Whistleblower programs

Advising multi-national organisations on the implementation of global whistleblower programs, including improvements to investigations and reporting processes.


Advising corporate clients in relation to ASIC investigations and undertaking internal investigations into regulatory and compliance issues, integrity and ESG concerns.