Polina is a practicing attorney, number 77/9804 in the register of the Moscow Chamber of Lawyers, and the Chairman of Moscow Bar Association named Law Bureau.
In 2003, she graduated from the Higher Youth Courses at the Department of Education of Moscow in English. Polina is qualified as a translator in the field of professional communication (practical consecutive interpretation and translation).
In 2004, she graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Russian Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation with a degree in Civil Law.
In 2022, she completed a training course for mediators at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Polina has been working with business disputes for more than 15 years: representing the interests of principals in Russian courts of all levels, including the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, in international commercial arbitrations (ICAC at the RF CCI, MAC at the RF CCI).
For more than ten years she has been a speaker at the Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. Polina is an arbitrator of the Russian Arbitration Center and the Russian Arbitration Association.
Prior to founding Law bureau, Polina worked at the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, various law firms, and was also part of the team of the Moscow office of the international law firm Clyde&Co.
Polina specializes in the areas of business loss settlement, insurance and reinsurance, corporate conflict resolution, dispute resolution in the transport sector.
Studying psychology as a hobby, Polina believes that the best litigation is the one that did not take place.
Vladislav started his career as a lawyer in 1995, graduating from the Faculty of Law of the Omsk State University named after Fyodor Dostoevsky. In 2001 Vladislav graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the same university. Vladislav has worked as a lawyer for more than 18 years and has held corporate executive positions for over eight years. In 2020, Vladislav became a mediator after completing the basic mediation course at the International Academy of Business. In 2001, he continued his studies as a business mediator at the Training Center of the Union of Professional Mediators “Mediations 2 Business”, as well as with the oldest mediator in Russia, Associate Professor of St. Petersburg State University, Ph.D. E.N. Ivanova.
In 2021-2022, Vladislav completed training as a trainer of mediators at the National Research University Higher School of Economics. In 2022-2023, Vladislav studied profiling and the use of psychology methods in mediation at the Research Institute of Psychology of Behavior.
Currently, Vladislav practices business mediation, being a member of such organizations as the Union of Professional Mediators M2B, at the Mediation Center at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. Vladislav leads the practice of banking mediation, the practice of mediation in corporate relations, the practice of IP and creative industries, practices family mediation, he is the author of mediation methods and negotiation technologies, trains mediators at the All-Russian State University of Justice (Russian Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice of Russia).
In 2020, Ulyana completed her postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Psychology at St. Petersburg State University. In 2022, she defended her dissertation as a candidate of psychological sciences on the topic Socio-Psychological Features of the Professional Activity of a Mediator.
Ulyana is a certified practicing mediator for more than five years, having completed her own group conflict mediation course from Alexander Redlich, one of the leading international mediators of the Hamburg School of Negotiation. Ulyana specializes in resolving family, work and school conflicts. In addition, since 2018, Ulyana has been specializing in the prevention and resolution of conflict situations in the teams of IT companies.
Ulyana is a lecturer at St. Petersburg State University in the disciplines of negotiations and mediation, as well as the author of many scientific publications in the field of psychology of mediation and negotiations.
In 2009, Ekaterina graduated from the Faculty of Management of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Nizhny Novgorod with a degree in marketing. In 2021, she completed her studies in Mediation with a red diploma at the University of Lobachevsky.
Ekaterina has worked in marketing for over 17 years in Nizhny Novgorod and St. Petersburg in the following industries: IT, retail, automotive business, wholesale purchases and trade, fuel and lubricants, public services, restaurant business, beauty salons.
Ekaterina easily navigates and adapts to new conditions, quickly applies new information. Ekaterina conducts intra-corporate mediation related to conflicts within the workforce, and family mediation.
In 2004, Veronika graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of the Moscow Academy of Enterprise under the Moscow Government. In 2021, she received the status of a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in the UK (MCIArb). In 2022, she completed a mediator training course at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL).
Veronika has 18 years of experience as a lawyer, for 13 of which she has worked for the litigation and arbitration group of an international law firm.
Veronika's practice focuses on dispute resolution in a number of areas including commercial, corporate, real estate, and regulatory, including cases concerning administrative law and IPT disputes. She also represents clients in domestic and international arbitrations.
She is currently a practicing arbitrator of the Russian Arbitration Center and is included in the database of specialists in the field of corporate disputes. Veronika is also a Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC) listed arbitration practitioner.
Veronika is also a member of a Commission on development of arbitration and other forms of ADR of Moscow branch of the Association of lawyers of Russia. She is also an author of publications on arbitration and corporate disputes.
In 2005 she graduated from the law faculty of the Kuban State University (Russia). In 2021 she completed a mediator training course at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Susana Kirakosyan - PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Chairman of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Subcommittee on business development in the field of residential real estate management, member of the working group of the State Duma Committee on Construction and Housing and Public Utilities on improving housing legislation.
Susana has the status of an independent expert, conducts anti-corruption expertise of regulatory legal acts and their drafts, participates in working groups for the preparation and examination of draft regulatory legal acts and is a member of the Committee on Entrepreneurship in the Field of Housing and Utilities of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Russia.
Susana has 15 years of analytical, practical and expert experience in commercial and property management disputes.
Susana is the author of over 150 scientific and practical publications, textbooks and teaching aids on civil and housing law.
Natalia has two higher educations - in 2001 she graduated from the law faculty of the Moscow Institute of Internal Affairs of the Federal Border Guard Service of the Russian Federation in Moscow, in 2005 she graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. This largely determined the sphere of Natalia's professional interests - jurisprudence in the financial field.
Natalia is a practicing lawyer with many years of experience in large international companies in the financial sector of various fields: international investment banking groups, retail banking, the financial block of the world's largest auto concern.
In 2021, Natalya completed the mediator training course at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
For over 20 years Natalia has specialized in the field of finance, works with legal issues and disputes in banking, leasing, the field of personal data, of which more than 15 years - in international companies. Natalia effectively uses methods of resolving disputes between participants of different nationalities.
Significant work experience and leadership in the area of internal control (compliance) helps Natalya to take a balanced approach to resolving controversial issues.
In 2005 Daria graduated from the Law Faculty of the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia). In 2014 she received her Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Connecticut School of Law in the United States. In 2021 she completed a mediator training course at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In 2021 she completed the MCiarb arbitration course at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in the UK. In 2022 Daria received the degree of the Translator in the Professional Communication (English-Russian).
Daria is the head of the law firm Zhdan-Pushkina Law Office and the Executive Director at the Mediation Center "Solis".
Daria works with legal issues in trade, transport (sea and aviation), insurance, real estate, construction and telecommunications. Over the past ten years, Daria has specialized in cooperation issues arising between Russian and foreign organizations, and in the resolution of disputes out of court: in arbitration (commercial arbitration) or through mediation.
Daria is appointed as an arbitrator and a mediator in commercial disputes.
Daria is a member of the following organizations: London Maritime Arbitrators Association, German Maritime Arbitration Association, Japan Commercial Arbitration Association, Young International Arbitration Group; included in the list of reporters of the Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, in the list of members of the Maritime Law Association (Russia), in the list of experts of the Institute of Air and Space Law AEROHELP (Russia), recommended by the Russian Arbitration Center as a specialist in resolving international commercial disputes, transport and insurance disputes and as a mediator.
In 2007, Daria participated in the preparation of a national research project for the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia. Daria is the author of over 30 scientific publications on insurance, transport law, arbitration and mediation. In 2022, Daria received the Alumni Community Leader award from the Faculty of Law of the National Research University Higher School of Economics for conducting educational events on mediation, negotiations and legal ethics.