Aleksandra Dulska is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Dulska has a broad practice within international arbitration, complex commercial litigation and environmental, social, and governance (ESG).

Prior to qualifying into the Litigation & Trial Department in August of 2022, Ms. Dulska completed her training in Latham's Corporate, Finance, and Environment, Land & Resources Departments.

Ms. Dulska maintains an active pro bono practice and was most recently involved in assisting an NGO on a statelessness case application, coordinating engagement with legal clinic providing legal representation in benefits appeals and advising women’s rights charity on registration process in the UK.

While attending the University of Nottingham, she was awarded the Harold Wyatt scholarship for the best performing first and second year law students and the Azlan Shah Prize awarded to a student who made an outstanding contribution to the life, work and wellbeing of the School of Law and to its capacity to operate successfully as a multicultural community.

Ms. Dulska’s experience includes advising:

  • An Asian renewable energy company in its defense of a US$2 billion indemnity claim brought by former management in a London-seated LCIA arbitration
  • A private equity house in a SIAC arbitration concerning a TMT investment in Southeast Asia
  • A leading global investment bank into an investigation by the PRA regarding regulatory reporting failures
  • One of Asia’s largest and most diversified conglomerates following the lapse of a US$2 billion M&A deal during the global pandemic
  • Global sports streaming company in shareholder dispute brought against it by minority shareholders in the English court
  • Global organizations on ground-breaking and complex ESG and climate change litigation matters
  • An energy major in a potential dispute arising under supply contract for a power plant in Southeast Asia
  • Global companies in relation to ESG reporting, strategy and governance, including the application of human rights laws and principles and other ESG-related laws and principles
  • A large global private equity firm on the development of ESG processes in respect of diligence on all potential acquisitions, and ESG reviews of newly acquired companies

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)


  • LPC, BPP Law School, 2020
  • LLB Law with Chinese Law, University of Nottingham, 2019

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Polish