Dominique Hogan-Doran SC provides trusted counsel to government, multi-national corporations, SMEs, directors and executives on a wide range of international and cross-border disputes and regulatory enforcement.
Her international legal practice includes:
- Anti-Corruption & Foreign Bribery Law
- AML/CTF Law
- Cross-border Insolvency
- International Commercial Arbitration
- International Financial Regulation
- Investor-State Disputes
- Joint-Venture Disputes
- Oil, Gas and Resources Investments
- Trade Law
She is a confidential advisor to witnesses and organisations in relation to responsible business conduct and compliance obligations under domestic and international law, with a particular focus on the construction, resources and financial services sectors.
Dominique Hogan-Doran SC is an accredited international Arbitrator and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She was awarded 100% in the Chartered Institute's international commercial arbitration Award Writing exam.
In 2016-17, Dominique has served as an Australian delegate to the G20 Business Dialogue (B20) under the German Presidency, with appointments to the Trade & Investment Taskforce and the Anti-Corruption and Responsible Business Conduct Cross-thematic Working Group.
Dominique is a member of the International Bar Association, LAWASIA, the American Bar Association (International Division) and the Law Council of Australia's International Section.
Dominique serves as a member of the IBA's Bar Issues Commission Regulation Subcommittee, and Chairs the Law Council of Australia's Globalisation (Export of Legal Services) Working Group.
She travels widely, speaking at international events on cross-border regulation, investment and commercial issues.