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Professional Affiliations

Ludovica and Neha have been working as co-counsel on a number of cases since 2018, allowing clients to benefit from their broader combined experience and greater availability when working in a team. As a result, in January 2021 Ludovica and Neha have founded MODULAW which represents their combined skills, knowledge and experience so that clients get twice the attention, care and service. For more information please visit https://www.modu.law or send an email to contact@modu.law.

Ms. Neha Dubey's profile

Current Practice
Neha Dubey is an Australian-qualified lawyer specializing in international administrative law with a range of experience in acting at all levels of the review process of international organizations (both internally and externally), as well as negotiating settlements and alternative dispute resolution options.
Neha has acted for individuals who are current or former employees of a broad range of organisations, including IOM, IAEA, PAHO, OECD, OSCE, UNEP, UNRWA, UNICEF, WMO and the World Bank. Together with Ludovica, she is currently standing counsel to certain staff associations and is also listed on rosters at the ICC, FICSA and WIPO to provide free initial consultations.
Neha has experience in advising on the adjustment of salary packages, pension schemes, confidentiality provisions, and fundamental rights in employment contracts. She has particular experience advising on harassment complaints, employees subject to disciplinary procedures, employees who are at risk of or have been made redundant, and employees who may wish to report on unethical conduct or have become victim to retaliatory conduct by an organization.
Depending on the circumstances of the case, Neha advocates for informal dispute resolution procedures as a first step and encourages her clients to achieve the most timely and efficient solution possible.

Work Experience
2018-Present Barrister (self-employed) and Legal Consultant, London
2017 Legal Consultant, UN Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials, Phnom Penh
2016 Legal Assistant, Amnesty International, The Hague
2013-2015 Senior Lawyer, Allen & Overy, Perth and Hong Kong
2012-2013 Lawyer, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Perth
2011-2012 Judge’s Associate, Supreme Court of Western Australia, Perth

English and Hindi - mother tongue
French – professional fluency