Kartia is an international criminal lawyer who has previously worked for the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia and the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office in Sydney.
She holds a Master’s Degree in International and Transnational Criminal Law from the University of Amsterdam. While in the Netherlands Kartia assisted the University’s War Reparations Centre in providing advice for NGOs on issues of international criminal, and international humanitarian law.
Kartia’s practice focusses on anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing, UN and Australian sanctions compliance, anti-bribery and corruption, whistle-blower protections, the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme, AUSTRAC registration, Notifiable Data Breach reporting and human rights and fair trials.
Kartia assists the partners in international and domestic criminal investigations.
Thomson Reuters Practical Law: Business Crime and Investigations in Australia – Exclusive co-author
International Investigations Review 11th Edition – Exclusive co-author of Australia chapter