Deboleena DUTTA Associate

  • Deboleena DUTTA provides advice to Turkish and multinational companies regarding international trade and regulatory projects. She is a member of ACTECON's International Trade& WTO team.

    Ms. DUTTA assists clients mainly on the investigations initiated by the international investigation authorities, such as US Department of Commerce and European Commission, as well as the anti-dumping investigations initiated by the Turkish Ministry of Trade.

    Ms. DUTTA's International trade related activities even before admitted as a lawyer are listed below:

    • Internship at Centre for WTO Studies under the guidance of Mr. Abhijit Das in 2018.
    • Internship at Clarus Law Associates under the guidance of Ms. Anuradha RV in 2019.
    • Ideated and organized the first International Conference on International Trade Law, 2019.
    • Participated at GNLU International Moot Court Competition 2020.

    Ms. DUTTA speaks English fluently.


    • Trade remedial investigations before Indian and EU authorities on behalf of Indian and foreign clients from various industries, inter-alia, tyre, chemicals, steel, leather, yarn.
    • Worked on two EU cases representing the interests of the Government of India.
    • Drafted over 80 written submissions in anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, and safeguard investigations before the trade defence authority, and appellate fora - Supreme Court of India, High Courts and Appellate Tribunal.
    • Analysis of various financial data to conjure up data-driven arguments in these investigations.
    • Provision of legal advice to clients, Indian and foreign businesses and governments, on a range of International Trade Law issues, including trade remedies, customs, implications of FTAs on businesses.
  • Law Centre-I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, India, LLB, 2020

    Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi, India, B. A. (Hons.) Economics, 2016

    1. International Trade 2024, Law and Practice, with M Fevzi Toksoy, Bahadır Balki and Ertuğrul Can Canbolat