Capucine Hague is a lawyer at Webb Henderson who has worked on a number of industry-shaping projects for Australian and international clients in the telecommunications, media and technology sectors.

She works with both regulators as well as private sector international and domestic telecommunications operators. Her experience includes drafting regulatory submissions on the competitive state of the mobile market in Singapore, assisting with an extensive review of regulated access services for a South-East Asian communications and media regulator, and advising on both the regulatory and commercial implications of the rollout of next-generation access networks in both Australia and Singapore. She also advises on the commercial and regulatory aspects of procurement and outsourcing arrangements in the technology sector.

Ms Hague has also contributed to industry-leading publications for the World Bank as well as co-authoring a chapter in an international comparative legal guide designed for corporate counsel and other legal practitioners. She holds a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of laws (hons) from the University of Sydney, having also studied at the University of Pennsylvania (US) and the National University of Singapore.