Isolde Lueckenhausen
Acting Anti-Dumping Commissioner

Effective 19 February 2024, Isolde Lueckenhausen, Deputy Commissioner Investigations, will be acting Commissioner until a new Commissioner is appointed. 

During this time, she is responsible for exercising the powers of the commissioner under the Customs Act 1901.

Isolde Lueckenhausen leads the branch responsible for the Anti-Dumping Commission’s core investigations work. She reports to the commissioner and holds some delegations to act as the commissioner under the Customs Act 1901.

Isolde joined the Anti-Dumping Commission in December 2021 from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. She has over 20 years experience in government and the private sector, with specialist expertise in:

  • managing highly technical teams and projects
  • competition policy and practice
  • international law and relations
  • stakeholder engagement
  • inter- and intra-government cooperation.

She was a senior associate in private legal practice before joining the public service in 2009. She has been a volunteer and board member for various not-for-profit community and legal organisations. 

Isolde was seconded to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) from 2020 to mid-2021. She led the OECD and International Competition Network (ICN) Joint Project on International Co-operation in Competition Enforcement and the subsequent design of institutional arrangements and projects to progress proposed initiatives.

She has a Bachelor of Law (Hons), a Bachelor of Arts, a Diploma in Modern Languages (German) and a Master of Public and International Law from the University of Melbourne.