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Natalia Kislyakova

Natalia Kislyakova
Natalia specializes in international private and public law. She represents clients in complex cross-border disputes in various foreign and international courts, including the ECHR, commercial and investment arbitration institutions, and court of arbitration for sport. Natalia has extensive experience in protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms, as well as rights to real estate property and other assets.

Work experience

2016 – till present
Ivanyan & Partners Law firm
Junior associate, Associate

Shearman & Sterling, Frankfurt on the Main
Foreign associate

German Institution of Arbitration, Cologne
Research officer, German Chancellor Fellow

Beiten Burkhardt Law Firm Representative Office
Intern, then paralegal

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

2007 – 2008
Moscow Region Government Sport Department
Specialist, then leading specialist


2012- till present
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University)
Post-graduate student

Humboldt University, semester abroad

Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
Two prizes for paper works

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University)
International Private and Civil law Department, Master’s degree, Diploma with honours

Free University of Berlin, International Relations, International Law and Political Science Additional Program

2006 – 2010
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), International Law School.
Diploma with honours

Professional membership

International Sports Lawyers Association
Russian Arbitration Association 40 (RAA40)


N.N. Kislyakova Doctrine of "competence-competence" and sport arbitration in Russia and Germany//Arbitration proceedings and civil litigation N 10. p. 35 - 39.

Dispute resolution: Winter Olympic Games in Sochi // International Sports Law Association Newsletter, February 2014.

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