Associate, International Arbitration
Nadia focuses her practice on international arbitration, but her practice also encompasses domestic and multi-jurisdictional litigation, other forms of alternative dispute resolution and pre-action advice.
Nadia has represented a broad range of clients including large corporates, high net-worth individuals, and financial institutions from across the globe in a wide variety of contractual and commercial disputes, including shareholders’ disputes. She also has experience in large cross-border litigations and corporate matters.
Nadia is an English solicitor and admitted to practice in Russia.
Prior to joining the firm, Nadia worked as Counsel at the Secretariat of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) in London with a particular focus on matters involving parties from Russia and the CIS region.
In this capacity, she oversaw hundreds of international arbitrations, adjudications and mediations in a wide range of industry sectors including commodities, retail, finance, mining & energy, IT & telecoms, and construction & engineering.
In addition, she led designing and implementing the LCIA’s compliance policy in respect of financial sanctions imposed by the European Union and the United Kingdom on a number of countries.
Before that, she was in private practice with a magic circle firm, where she concentrated on the resolution of competition related disputes, having started her career as an in-house lawyer with a major Russian company.
Nadia is now excellently placed to advise on arbitrations conducted under the 1998 and 2014 LCIA Rules, as well as on ad hoc arbitrations conducted under the UNCITRAL Rules.