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Top Russian Lawyers 2021

Top Russian Lawyers 2021

Aleksandrov is a Russian lawyer, businessman, and politician who was born in Leningrad on May 3, 1952. In September 1990, he established the insurance business Rus, which had a share in the regional committee bank Bank Rossiya, which became a joint venture in 1991.

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Aug 01, 2021

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Aleksey Aleksandrov

Aleksandrov is a Russian lawyer, businessman, and politician who was born in Leningrad on May 3, 1952. In September 1990, he established the insurance business Rus, which had a share in the regional committee bank Bank Rossiya, which became a joint venture in 1991.

Honours And Awards

  • For achievements in regulatory affairs, reinforcement and growth of the Russian state, he was awarded the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, 4th class, on November 19, 2007.
  • Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland," 2nd class (21 September 2002) - for services to enhance the rule of law, vigorous legislative activity, and long-term dedication.
  • "300 Years of the Russian Navy" Jubilee Medal (1996)
  • Medal "In Commemoration of Moscow's 850th Anniversary" (1997)
  • "In Commemoration of Saint Petersburg's 300th Anniversary" medal (2003)
  • Merited Lawyer of the Russian Federation (18 December 1996) - for services to the rule of law and many years of dedicated service.
  • Honor the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB).

Pavel Astakhov

Pavel Alekseyevich Astakhov is a Russian politician, media personality, and celebrity lawyer. Dmitry Medvedev appointed Astakhov as the President of the Russian Federation's Children's Rights Commissioner (children's ombudsman) on December 30, 2009. He resigned in September 2016 after receiving harsh criticism for remarks he made on the loss of 14 children in a shipwreck.

In 1991, Astakhov started practicing law. He joined the Moscow Bar in 1994 and established his own legal company, which has been known as "Pavel Astakhov Lawyers Board" since 2003. Astakhov represented a number of high-profile Russian public personalities, including Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov, Romanov family relatives, numerous Russian music artists, and others.

Konstantin Chuychenko

Since January 21, 2020, Konstantin Anatolyevich Chuychenko, a Russian politician, businessman, and lawyer, has served as Minister of Justice. From 2018 until 2020, he served as Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Chief of Staff of the Government.

Chuychenko was born in Lipetsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union, and graduated from Leningrad State University's Law Department in 1987 as a fellow student of Dmitry Medvedev.

Victoria Danilchenkо

Victoria Danilchenko, a Russian lawyer and television host, was born on November 1, 1969. She graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow State University's Faculty of Law in 1992.

Danilchenko began her legal career at the Moscow City Bar Association's legal consultation. She has been a member of the Moscow Chamber of Advocates since 2003. She joined the legal firm of Heifetz & Partners in 2007. She has been the Chairman of the Pavel Astakhov Bar Association since 2010.

Danilchenko has served as the Founder and Chairman of the Victoria Danilchenko Bar Association since 2019. Victoria Danilchenko is an attorney who focuses on civil and criminal law, as well as family law, children's rights, and arbitration.

Mark Feygin

Former Russian lawyer and politician Mark Zakharovich Feygin and he was the vice mayor of Samara and a deputy of the State Duma from January 1994 until December 1995.

He graduated from Samara State University's Law Faculty in 1995. He was a leader of the democratic movement in Samara and co-chairman of the Democratic Russia movement's regional organization.

Feygin was a State Duma Deputy from the Vybor Rossii fraction from 1993 to 1996, and was one of the writers and developers of the first version of the Federal Law on General Principles of Local Government in the Russian Federation. In 1995, he was a member of parliamentary parties that engaged in humanitarian missions in the North Caucasus during military operations. He was also the editor in chief of the Samara-based daily newspaper "CHISLA" in 1996.

In 2000, he graduated from the Faculty of "Strategic Management" at the Institute of Business Administration, Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation (Moscow). The Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry was founded in 2002.

Alexander A. Galushkin

Alexander A. Galushkin is a well-known Russian scientist and lawyer who has served as the Russian scientific community's permanent representative to the United Nations in Geneva and Vienna since 2018. He holds degrees in law, education, and academia and is a member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. 

He is also a member of the International Bar Association, the International Law Association, and the Moscow Bar Association. He began his legal career as a junior lawyer in 2005. I've worked for a variety of businesses, non-profits, and government agencies. After passing the bar test, he worked for a few legal firms until becoming a Senior Partner of the Moscow Guild of Barristers and Solicitors in Moscow, Russia, in 2014. 

Is a member of the Moscow Bar Association and is admitted to practice law in the Russian Federation. Specialize in the prosecution of government employees who engage in unlawful behavior, including the imposition of administrative responsibility and the application of international law.

Anatoly Kucherena

Anatoly Grigorievich Kucherena is a Russian lawyer, prominent personality, and lecturer with a doctorate in law.

Kucherena defended Platon Obukhov, a writer and diplomat accused of "spying" for the UK, between 1997 and 2001. Obukhov was ruled not guilty due to his mental condition, and the court ordered that he be transferred from jail to a psychiatric facility. He was released from the facility for outpatient therapy in 2003.

Kucherena defended Tamara Rokhlina, who was accused of killing her husband, General Lev Rokhlin, between 2000 and 2005. She was sentenced to eight years in jail in 2000. In 2001, the Supreme Court overturned the conviction, and in 2005, a fresh four-year suspended term was imposed. In the same year, the European Rights Court found that Rokhlina's rights had been infringed throughout the investigation, namely that she had been detained for an unreasonable period of time.

Kucherena has also represented the following groups at various times:

Sergey Lisovsky, businessman (1996, Boris Yeltsin's election campaign financing case); Valentin Kovalev, former Russian Federation Minister of Justice; Nikita Mikhalkov, film director and public personality.

Iosif (Joseph) Kobzon, a Russian crooner blacklisted in the United States on accusations of being a money courier for the Brothers' Circle, a Eurasian criminal organization; Suleyman Kerimov, a businessman charged in the Uralkali case in Belarus; Grigory Lepsveridze (known as Grigory Leps), a Russian crooner blacklisted in the United States on accusations of being a money courier for the The revelation prompted a global uproar, prompting a White House petition in favor of the singer; Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's fugitive ex-president; and Edward Snowden, former CIA employee and NSA contractor. Kucherena had been representing Snowden pro gratis on an as-needed basis since February 2015.

Dmitry Maleshin

Dmitry Maleshin is a civil procedural law and legal education lawyer, researcher, and author from Russia. He has written over 80 peer-reviewed papers and contributed to a number of textbooks and other publications.

He has served on a number of international and Russian working groups, committees, and associations, including the following:

  • Since 2007, the International Association of Procedural Law has been a member of the Council.
  • 2006-2012, member of the International Civil Litigation Committee of the International Law Association.
  • Since 2013, I have been a member of the International Association for Judicial Independence and World Peace.
  • Since 2003, the Moscow State University Law Faculty has had an Academic Council.
  • Since 2008, the Russian Association of Legal Education has been a member of the Council.
  • In 2008-2012, he served as the Executive Director of the Russian Association of Lawyers' Moscow Regional Office.
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