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Neha Dubey


Neha Dubey (



Australian Barrister (admitted in 2011)



  • Public International Law
  • International Criminal Law
  • Commercial litigation


Neha Dubey is a junior barrister at Bretton Woods Law, specialising in public international law, international criminal law and commercial litigation. After completing her Bachelor degrees in Arts and in Law, Neha completed her legal training by clerking with a judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and then worked at Australian and international law firms. She dealt with multi-jurisdictional contractual disputes, fraud claims and corruption and bribery investigations in the resources and banking sectors and has experience working in the courts of Australia and Hong Kong.

Neha has an Advanced Masters degree from Leiden University specializing in international criminal law, and has conducted research projects with the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, the International Law Association’s Working Group on UN Sanctions and the Commission for International Justice and Accountability. Neha has worked for Amnesty International at the 15th Session of International Criminal Court’s Assembly of States Parties and as a legal consultant on Cases 004 and 004/01 in the Office of the Co-Investigating Judges at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.

Neha entered into an association with Bretton Woods Law in April 2018 as an Australian Barrister practicing entirely in foreign and international work. Neha is not instructed in matters subject to the Law of England and Wales. She is a native Hindi speaker and is fluent in French.



  • BA (French), University of Western Australia
  • LLB, University of Western Australia
  • LLM cum laude, Leiden University


  • Hindi (native)
  • French (fluent)

Marler is an established expert in the rule of law and public international law generally. I have seen him at work over the years and he is impressive. A barrister with a quick mind, an eloquent tongue and a talent with a pen, as well as having a keen sense of humour. I selected him to be my General Counsel at EQ-G for a reason.

General Sir David Richards GCB CBE DSO (former UK CDS and now Lord Richards of Hertsmonceux)

Lawyers in private practice with talent and expertise in resolving MDB sanctions cases are few and far between, but Lee Marler is one of them. He has proven himself time and again to be knowledgeable and highly effective. He is also a fine advocate and draftsman, and this is why I instruct him – where necessary – to assist IACD in its efforts to curb corruption on AfDB financed projects.

Anna Bossman, Director, AfDB’s Integrity and Anticorruption Department (“IACD”)

An unparalleled blend of legal expertise in the area of International Administrative Law and an understanding of the mindset and functioning of legal departments at international institutions.”

Zbigniew Kominek, Former Chair, EBRD Staff Council