Elijah Lim

Practice areas
International trade
Dispute resolution
Public and administrative law
Languages spoken

Elijah is a lawyer based in our Canberra office. He is a member of the firm’s international trade practice and works with our clients on trade, commercial and cross-border matters. Elijah also has experience in commercial litigation, class actions and special investigations, having honed his strategic and commercial nous working on large and complex matters in Sydney and Melbourne.

Elijah was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2020. He holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics from the University of Western Australia.

In his spare time, Elijah is active as a musician and has played the pipe organ semi-professionally across Australia. He hopes to gradually acquire a collection of early keyboard instruments, starting with a clavichord. 

Knowledge pieces by Elijah Lim
Trade law gets serious about labour exploitation

On Monday 23 August 2021, the Senate passed the Customs Amendment (Banning Goods Produced by Forced Labour) Bill 2021. The Bill, if made into law, would prohibit the importation of goods manufactured using forced labour.