TB Advocates Team

TB Advocates Law firm was founded in 2018 with main office in Ho Chi Minh City with desire to provide our legal expertise to clients, advise them to draw long-term legal strategy and, therefore, better supporting their business goals.

Our Founding Partner, Ms. Le Thanh Binh, has a demonstrated history of 10 years working in the legal field. Having started her career at domestic and foreign law firms such as VCI Legal and Russin & Vecchi, she joined well-known FMCG business in Vietnam, Dairy Products Joint Stock Company -Vinamilk as its Head of Legal, and became the leader of Advocacy Department of one of largest Chambers, EuroCham Vietnam. She has built up a strong network with business community (Food & AgriAqua, Nutritional Food, Healthcare, Mobility, Tax & Transfer Pricing, Transport & Logistics, etc.) and other international trade experts in Vietnam. Ms. Binh is skilled in policies and legal analysis, international commerce & trade, investment facilitation. She also actively supports promoting Corporate Social Responsibility and other business, social initiatives.

Ms. Binh holds a Marter of Arts of Law and Administration from the University of Warsaw and a Marter of Laws of International Commercial Law from London Metropolitan University. Since 2015, she has been admitted to the Ho Chi Minh Bar Association and since 2018 she joined Inter-Pacific Bar Association. She is the main coordinator and supervisor for several publications (policy papers, white books, and reports on the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement).

Having graduated from Ho Chi Minh City University of Law in 2018, Ms.Lily Pham gained her experience by working as a legal intern at international law firm, DS Avocats, and later took her traineeship at Sanofi Vietnam, one of the best pharmaceutical companies.
Lily Pham supports TB Advocates in Corporate and Commercial, Trade matters and is also taking Corporate and Commercial Law LLM at Indiana University-Robert H.McKinney School of Law. She is Co-author of the article “The Influence of Vietnam’s Non-Market Economy Status in the Anti-Dumping Case DS404: US Shrimp”, which was published by Student and Legal Sciences Journal No.23