Translation:I am the smartest woman in the Klingon empire.
I think this is supposed to be:
- tlhIngan wo'Daq "In the Klingon empire, ..."
- be''e' "as for women...; on the topic of women..."
- jIH val law' Hoch val puS "I am the smartest"
(I'm not confident with these T'e' A Q law' B Q puS sentences myself so perhaps someone else can explain better.)
That is the proper breakdown. One thing to note is that -'e' does not indicate that the word is a subject. It indicates that the word is a topic or the focus of the clause. You may want to mark the subject as the focus or the object as the focus or you might even want to indicate a noun that is neither subject nor object as the topic, which is what is happening here.
The secret to breaking this down when you encounter a sentence like this in writing is to recognize the law'/puS construction and then recognize which parts are outside that construction and just additional information.