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Ilyashev & Partners
11 KUDRYAVSKA STREET
04053 KYIV
Ukraine

Work Department

Kyiv Office // International Trade Law

Position

Partner, Head of International Trade Practice

Career

  • 2001 – 2004, 2010 – 2011 The State Customs Service of Ukraine, Lecturer at the Academy of the Customs Service of Ukraine (international law, international customs law), Head of Unit of the State Customs Scientific Research Institute;
  • 2004  -2009 – The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Head of Division of the State Department on Legislation Approximation, Deputy Head of Division of International Law Department;
  • 2009 – 2010 – Law Firm Director;
  • 2011 – 2014 – The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, Deputy Director of Department for Cooperation with the WTO and Trade Remedies;
  • Since 2014 – Ilyashev & Partners, Partner, Head of International Trade Practice.

Recognitions

Listed among Top-5 lawyers in International Trade: Trade Remedies/WTO by Ukrainian Law Firms 2016-2019
Listed among the best lawyers in Trade & Customs according to international ranking Who’s Who Legal 2017-2018
Listed in Client’s Choice: TOP-100 Best Lawyers of Ukraine
Listed among leading lawyers in International Law/ International Trade by Market Leaders. The List of Ukrainian Law Firms – 2019

Languages

Ukrainian, Russian, English

Memberships

  • Council on International Trade at the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
  • Heads the Working Group on International Trade at the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine (ACC)
  • Member of the expert panel for legal evaluation of actions performed by the Russian Federation in the sphere of trade at the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine
  • Expert of the Public Council at the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine

Education

  • Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (Specialist Degree in Laws)
  • PhD in Law
  • Institute for Training and Technical Co-operation WTO, Trade Remedies and the WTO