an experienced commercial lawyer, Lucinda Watson specialises in tech transactions, complex procurements and contracts, and strategic advice for private and public sector clients.

Lucinda Watson is a special counsel in Moulis Legal’s Brisbane office, providing strategic insight and expert knowledge in complex commercial matters, procurements and technology transactions. Lucinda adds great value to the business of our cross-border, commercial, technology, services and intellectual property clients in both the public and private sectors.

Lucinda has over 18 years’ experience advising in commercial matters and technology transactions. Lucinda’s experience includes providing strategic insight and advice in complex procurements and large scale information and communication technology (ICT) outsourcing transactions; and advising on related issues such as intellectual property, risk management, risk allocation, liability, data protection, privacy, competition and consumer law, contract management, contract dispute resolution, and integrity of process (probity).

Lucinda specialises in drafting and advising on a variety of legal documents including contracts, deeds, licensing agreements and funding arrangements, and leading complex contract negotiations, including parallel negotiations with multiple parties and involving multiple stakeholders.

Lucinda’s client experience ranges from large government organisations, to multinational corporations, Big 4 accounting firms, not-for-profit organisations, software and pharmaceutical companies. She has extensive knowledge of major commercial procurements in Australia and internationally, gained from previous positions including Counsel, Global Technology & Sourcing with the in-house legal department of BP (London) and as a senior associate in one of Australia’s largest national law firms.

Outside the office, Lucinda enjoys yoga and spending time with family and friends.


Bachelor of Laws, Australian National University

Bachelor of Arts, Australian National University

Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Australian National University



Recognised in Best Lawyers® 2025, 2024, 2023 and 2022 editions in Australia for Information Technology Law and 2025 edition for Government Practice.