Gitanjali Bajaj has vast experience in international commercial arbitration with a sector focus on infrastructure and construction, oil and gas, transport, power and clean energy. Gitanjali has represented clients in arbitrations under various rules including ICC, SIAC, DIAC and DIFC-LCIA, where she brings to together her in-depth knowledge of the sector and a practical understanding of the procedures of these institutions to achieve commercially sustainable outcomes.

Gitanjali also practices in public international law and dispute resolution between States, having acted for clients in various forums, such as the International Court of Justice and the first ever UNCLOS Compulsory Conciliation. Gitanjali was one of the lead DLA Piper Partners representing the Government of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste in the UNCLOS Compulsory Conciliation proceeding.

Gitanjali is recognised for Dispute Resolution in Chambers Global and Asia Pacific 2018 describing Gitanjali as "a strong performer" who combines "detailed legal understanding" with a "commercial outcome-focused" approach. Gitanjali is also recognised for Construction and Dispute Resolution in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific and for International Arbitration in Who's Who Legal 2019 and The Best Lawyers in Australia 2020.

Gitanjali recently received national recognition of her achievements in the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2018 where Gitanjali was named 'Partner of the Year'.

Gitanjali is an international dispute resolution partner in the Litigation and Regulatory team at DLA Piper Australia, Sydney.