Pranamie is an international criminal lawyer whose practice focuses on complex cross-jurisdictional matters, including financial crimes investigated by multi-agency taskforces involving the ATO, the ACIC, foreign regulators and global law enforcement agencies.
She is experienced in all aspects of international criminal law including war crimes, diplomatic and consular immunities, cross-border enforcement and jurisdictional issues, sanctions, extradition and mutual legal assistance, cybercrime, national and international security law (including espionage and foreign influence), as well as defence and military treaties.
As a former senior legal adviser to the Federal Government of Australia within the Office of International Law, Pranamie is qualified to provide strategic advice to States, international organisations, multinational corporations and foreign public officials on international criminal/humanitarian law, ICC Rome Statute investigations, international cyber law, human rights law, diplomatic and consular immunities, and treaty negotiations.
Pranamie holds a Masters of Public International Law from the Australian National University and has also interned at the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals.
Chambers and Partners Cybersecurity 2021 Global Practice Guide – Exclusive co-author of Australia chapter