Leigh Dundas

Known the world over for her blazing & fiery speeches in defense of Freedom and Liberty, Leigh Dundas is an impassioned human rights attorney and modern-day abolitionist, who spent much of her 30 year career battling global injustices like human trafficking and the peddling of medical tyranny disguised as progress.

To say Leigh Dundas is a force to be reckoned with is an understatement:  she is known as a firebrand, a one-woman legal hurricane, a Freedom Fighter Extraordinaire, and a riveting on-stage magician that always leave the audience electrified with her stories of fighting some of the biggest wrongs the world has known.  If you are a lover of justice and sitting in her audience, Dundas will without fail have you on your feet – cheering for Freedom – evidenced by the standing ovations she’s gotten at the more than 100 talks she’s given since March 2020, to audiences which often number between 5,000 and 25,000 people. And for those on the wrong side of liberty, Ms. Dundas is known for her no-holds-barred, positively nuclear presentations before school boards and oversight committees … which often don’t end well for the public health “officials” she has in her sights. (Orange County & State of California, and most recently – the FAA). 

Having spent many years fighting the criminal cartels responsible for running child brothels in war-torn regions of Asia – where local governments often hamstring more than help – Leigh was forced to become an expert in using creative “out-of-the-box” campaigns in order to succeed where others have failed.  While most attorneys spend their days filing lawsuits which regrettably in today’s Brave New World are often unsuccessful, Ms. Dundas instead now dedicates her time and expertise to architecting novel leverage moves that capitalize on the power of the people at the grassroots level, while simultaneously exploiting her opponent’s Achilles Heels until victory ensues.  To wit:  when Orange County was set to adopt vaccination passports in the Spring of 2021 that would have created a modern-day Warsaw Ghetto, Leigh produced a TV Ad featuring a Holocaust Survivor exposing the situation, which move successfully defeated the Passport Plan.  Similarly, Dundas architected the Nationwide Walkout – where millions of workers worldwide went on strike against vaccine mandates from November 8-11, 2021 – as well as the coast-to-coast U.S. People’s Convoy in 2022, which protested the White House’s vaccine mandates (both of which campaigns were successful in creating massive pressure on Executive and Judicial Branches that ultimately helped to defeat the mandates).

Dundas spent the three months of Summer 2021 crossing the US multiple times while anchoring the Arise Freedom Tour, touching 50 different cities in more than 25 states. And if that isn’t enough, over the past 3 years, she has spoken at live events to over 60,000 people (and an additional 20 million worldwide through podcasts, radio and television). Dundas is also well-known as possibly the brightest star on Clay Clark’s Re-Awaken America Tour, and is also a featured guest on many educational panels and press conferences, as well as on podcasts hosted by Mel K, Charlie Ward, Ann Vandersteel, Bryan Ardis, Pete Santilli, James Grundvig, Doug Billings, The Flyover Conservatives and others. 

As well, Dundas was asked to testify in January of 2022 at the U.S. Senate Building before Senator Ron Johnson concerning the alarming rise in military diseases after the COVID-vaccine mandate, and also previously testified before the California State Senate on similar issues. Leigh’s first autobiographical book detailing her work as a young attorney, that ultimately resulted in her moving part-time to Asia to fight the child sex trafficking industry – before equipping her to join the fight of our lives in restoring Freedom in America – is due to be released mid-2023.


Leigh’s most personal and poignant speaking point concerns a lesson she learned in southeast Asia that she has never forgotten, and that resonates today more than ever:  “When you are facing a locked and loaded, double barreled weapon – full of hate and anger and tyranny and upset – which is ready to do you in, what do you do?  You… Stand… Up.  Always.  Because you are better off standing on your feet and fighting for your life, than ever taking a knee.”  Leigh is a unique keynote speaker – a woman who has taken the lessons she learned fighting evildoers that were hell-bent on destroying children in Asia … to the streets of America in 2020 – where she joined with others to defeat an even greater threat:  a second Holocaust designed to eradicate our very humanity, and to silence all who would speak against it.  To which Leigh resolutely believes:  Fiat Justitia, Ruat Caelum … “Let Justice Be Done, Though the Heavens May Fall.”  
The takeaways from a Leigh Dundas keynote are many, depending on the audience. But event professionals and organizers can be assured attendees will leave with at least 5 takeaways:
  • Motivation to make changes in their communities at the grassroots level
  • Inspiration to fight for freedom whenever it is being threatened by elected and unelected “officials”
  • Awareness of “mandates” that can be legally challenged on multiple levels
  • Hope for the future for themselves and their families
  • And finally… a sense of their own power as individuals to help create real, positive and lasting change in their lives & in the lives of others, by taking action…


Leigh Dundas is a veteran litigation attorney who spent a majority of the last two decades of counsel to international law firms. Beginning her career in the early 90’s as litigation counsel at Irell & Manella, LLP, Leigh handled multi-million dollar cases for Fortune 500 clients including Volkswagen of America, Advanta Bank, and William Lyon Company, as well as high-profile work for government municipalities and sports teams including The St. Louis Rams and City of West Covina. While much of her work related to general business matters, Ms. Dundas also focused on litigation that involved hi­ tech, environmental, and trade secret aspects. She continued this focus when she joined Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison in 2000 of counsel.

Thereafter, Ms. Dundas was asked to join The A21 Campaign in the dual capacity of General Counsel and Prosecutions Director for Asia. In that role, Leigh spent a significant amount of time on the ground in south-east Asia, liaising with foreign governments to reach bilateral Memoranda of Understanding allowing for operation of undercover surveillance of child brothels by former US law enforcement assets. While inAsia, Leigh also arranged meetings with high-ranking executives at major banking institutions – including heads of in-house counsel for some of the world’s largest financial institutions – who remained concerned that Asian banking conglomerates were being used by human traffickers to launder cash from the illicit sex trade. In that capacity, Leigh worked closely with both NGOs and Asian banks in the formulation of a plan to have on-the-ground investigators amass evidence of money laundering by child brothels and then use secure protocols to relay said data to the banking institutions – as banks are required to place holds on accounts when there is credible evidence such accounts are being utilized to launder monetary proceeds of crimes. Currently, this evidence is being automatically relayed to over 7,000 banks worldwide – via Thomson Reuters World­ Check and other premier providers of intelligence profiles – so that banks may perform due diligence and ensure trafficking proceeds are not being laundered through their accounts.

In the last half-decade, Leigh’s first-hand knowledge of the trafficking problems in southeast Asia- as well as her extensive network in the region – have proven invaluable to the U.S. government. In 2013, Leigh was appointed by the House Foreign Affairs Chairperson, Congressman Ed Royce, to the 113th Congressional Human Trafficking Congressional Advisory Committee, to assist in the identification of trafficking problems worldwide and help formulate US policy to combat same, and has performed similar work for the US Department of Homeland Security. In February 2014, Leigh spent three weeks in Sun Gai Kolok – a modern day Sodom & Gomorrah that is comprised of 140 child brothels on the Thai-Malay border- traveling in excess of 100 mph to avoid road-side insurgent violence while en route to meet with sex slaves trapped in the brothels, and to interview the Mafia-connected brothel owners. Leigh then led a group of VIPs and film crew back into Sun Gai Kolok later that month to document first-hand the horrors of the child-sex trade, until Thailand’s coup d’etat and threatened closure of the Bangkok International Airport forced a retreat. In early 2016, Ms. Dundas co-founded the American office of Liberty Global to work in tandem with her human rights non-profit, Justice Be Done, in continuing to forward the above initiatives.