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.