LL.M. in International Human Rights Law (University of Notre Dame Law School, 2018)
M.A. in Human Rights and Democratization (Yerevan State University and Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 2017)
LL.B in International and Business Law (American University of Central Asia, 2015)
Significant Professional Experience
- Research Fellow / Ph.D. Candidate, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law Recent, December 2019 - present
- Legal Consultant, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, September 2022 - present
- Scholar in Residence, New York University, Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, January 2022 – June 2022
- Research Fellow, European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, July 2019 – October 2019
- Human Rights Observer, American Bar Association, September 2015 – Februry 2016
- Public International Law; International Human Rights Law; Transitional Justice; International Humanitarian Law
- PhD Project: Privitized Justice: The Role of the Private Sector in Transitional Justice Processes
- Philanthropic Justice: The Role of Private Foundations in Transitional Justice Processes (forthcoming in the Michigan Journal of International Law).
- Practicing Reflexivity in International Law: Running a Never-Ending Race to Catch Up with the Western International Lawyers, 23 German Law Journal 756–768 (2022).
- Philanthropic Justice: The Role of Private Foundations in Transitional Justice Processes, ASIL Annual Meeting Washington DC. Volume 115. Cambridge University Press, Proceedings of the ASIL Annual Meeting, 2022.
- Destruction and Looting of Cultural Property in Yemen’s Civil War: Legal Implications and Methods of Prevention. The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill | Nijhof (August, 2021)
- Practicing Reflexivity in International Law: Running a Never-Ending Race to Catch Up with the Western International Lawyers. MPIL Research Paper No. 2021-11, 05 May 2021
- A Human Rights and Rule of Law Assessment of Legislative and Regulatory Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic across 27 Jurisdictions: Kyrgyzstan'. The Bonavero Report Series: Report 7/2020, 31. October 2020, University of Oxford, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights.
- Symposium on Early Career International Law Academia: Introduction. Opinio Juris, 21 March 2022 (with Ntina Tzouvala, Barrie Sander, Srinivas Burra).
- Why 2+4 Does Not Always Add Up: In Search of NATO’s Non-Enlargement Promises. Opinio Juris, 11 March 2022 (with Paul Emtsev).
- Collective Security Treaty Organization: Why are Russian Troops in Kazakhstan?. EJIL:Talk!, 13 January 2022.
- Open Access … And Then? From Access to Participation. Verfassungsblog, 22 December 2021 (with Angelo Golia and Tom Sparks).
- Transition Without Justice? The Return of the Taliban and the Quest for Truth, Accountability, and Reparations. Opinio Juris, 08 September 2021.
- Tools for Navigating Neoliberalism. Critical Legal Thinking, 27 July 2021.
- Sanctioning the Treatment of Uighurs in China: Targeted Sanctions and Accountability Avenues for Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang. Verfassungsblog, 25 April 2021.
- Filling the Power Vacuum: On Kyrgyzstan’s Elections and Constitutional Amendments. Verfassungsblog, 30. October 2020.
- Philanthrocapitalism, transitional justice and the need for accountability. Justiceinfo.net, 12. October 2020.
- Philanthrocapitalisme et justice transitionnelle: le devoir de responsabilité. JusticeInfo.net, 12 October 2020.
- Transitional Justice – A Bridge to Democracy in Belarus. Opinio Juris, 17. August 2020.
- “Stop quarantine, start war”. The legality of the use of force in Nagorno-Karabakh. Völkerrechtsblog, 06. August 2020.