Anjali is a senior lawyer at Moulis Legal with the international trade law, commercial and government procurement team.
Coming from a multi-cultural background, she has worked in Denmark, India, Australia and Netherlands. Prior to joining Moulis Legal, Anjali was an in-house lawyer, working on several federal and state COVID-19 quarantine and vaccine roll out projects across Australia.
Her expertise is working in complex procurements, commercial contract negotiations with high-profile private clients, bids and tenders, mergers and acquisitions, and coronial inquiries. Her interest also lies in international commercial law with time spent at the Office of the Legal Adviser at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), engaging with state parties, and working on legal reviews for OPCW fact finding missions such as for Syria.
Anjali brings a breadth of experience ranging from advising on commercial matters to providing strategic insight and advice on key contracts to the Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, and other high-profile clients. She has been working on COVID-19 outbreak coronial inquiries, WHO contract assignments, and other healthcare and quarantine projects in Australia and overseas.
During her criminal practice experience, Anjali assisted the special public prosecutor with the infamous 2012 gang rape case (Nirbhaya), defamation matters and other significant cases.
Outside of work Anjali enjoys fitness, dance, music, travelling and spending time with friends and family.