Tetyana is an experienced litigator and arbitrator, and a native Ukrainian and Russian speaker.

She regularly acts in high profile, complex and sensitive cases, representing government bodies and high net worth individuals.

As an advocate, Tetyana is dynamic, hard-working and flexible, leaving no stone unturned. As a senior junior, she has significant advocacy experience, regularly appearing against silks.

As an arbitrator, Tetyana acted in numerous disputes in the LCIA (as chairwoman as well as sole arbitrator), is a recommended arbitrator by the Ukrainian Arbitration Association, and a member of ICC (Ukraine).

As a former lecturer in Trusts, Torts and Land law at Oxford University, and a former Judicial Assistant at the Supreme Court, Tetyana masterfully operates different areas of commercial and private international law to come up with novel claims and defences. She is equally at ease bringing her knowledge of public international and human rights law into her commercial practice, using innovative human rights-based arguments in commercial claims.

Tetyana is consistently recognised by legal directories and other publications for her innovative work, having been named ‘Barrister of the Week’ by The Lawyer in May 2021 and one of the ten Stars at the Bar by the Legal Week in 2016.


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