Anastasiia Dulska is an Associate in our International Arbitration Group.

Her practice concentrates on international commercial and investment arbitration. Trained in international law and having worked in Switzerland, France, Germany and Ukraine, Anastasiia has advised and represented clients in a number of international and commercial arbitrations under a variety of arbitration rules (including the UNCITRAL, ICC, LCIA, Swiss and DIS Rules), complex cross-border litigations, public international law and trade-related matters.


Professional Experience
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Attorney-at-Law in an International Law firm in Geneva
Foreign Lawyer in an International Law firm in Frankfurt and Paris
Legal Counsel at Nemiroff International Group of Companies in Kiev
Legal Counsel at the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Kiev
Education and Admission
Bar admission in Ukraine
2014 - (ongoing)
Dr. iur. Candidate in Private International Law, University of Ukraine (KUML)
LL.M., International Dispute Resolution, Humboldt University of Berlin
Bachelor of International Economics, Ukrainian State University of Finance and International Trade
Master of International Law, Ukrainian State University of Finance and International Trade
Bachelor of International Law, Ukrainian State University of Finance and International Trade
Additional Professional Activities
  • Translator of the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration into Ukrainian for the Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration Institution
  • Mentee of the 2018-2019 Young ICCA Mentoring Program, mentored by Professor Eduardo Zuleta
  • Member of several professional organisations, including the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA below 40), DIS 40, Young ICCA, LCIA YIAG, ICC YAF, Ukrainian Arbitration Association and Ukrainian Bar Association

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