Anna Dilnot has a broad commercial and commercial Chancery litigation practice with a particular speciality in the area of civil fraud and asset recovery, having acted in a number of high profile multi-jurisdiction cases. She also has substantial experience of international commercial arbitration in a number of industry sectors including energy, IT, construction, telecoms and professional services/partnership.
She is a former commercial litigation solicitor, qualifying in 2002 with Stephenson Harwood and later becoming a solicitor advocate before being called to the Bar in 2008.
In October 2009 Anna was chosen by Legal Week as part of its 'stars of the bar' article, as a "highly commended up and coming barrister".
In 2013 Anna was chosen by Chambers and Partners as one of its ten ‘Stars at the Bar’ of 5 years’ call and under. Commentators "rank her very highly; she's a good lawyer and strong advocate who fits into a team and has no grandeur or pomposity".
Anna is ranked as "up and coming" in the 2012 and 2013 Editions of Chambers and Partners for both commercial dispute resolution and civil fraud and "impresses interviewees with the strength of her written work".
Anna has acted for Prince Jefri Bolkiah since 2005 as both solicitor and barrister in his long running dispute with Brunei. Other recent work includes: