I work for the "Memorial" Human Rights Center and litigate human rights cases in Russian courts and the European Court of Human Rights.
Before joining "Memorial", I worked in the private sector and consulted companies. Though I enjoyed working for a law firm because of challenging commercial cases that often are delegated to law firms, I dreamed about human rights career. In 2016 I decided that it was time to stop dreaming and start doing. In the same year, I joined "Memorial" and since that time I truly enjoy working on complicated human rights cases. Here is how I changed my career.
I studied in the United States, Hungary, and Russia. In addition to native Russian, I speak English and French.