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KPD Consulting Law Firm supports Yaroslav Mudriy Law Academy Team

The students’ team of the National Law University after Yaroslaw Mudriy has been successfully pre-qualified at Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court 2018 for the first time in 12 years. The KPD Consulting partner’s board unanimously decided to support the team at competition which will take place in Paris and Frankfurt this spring.

Vladyslav Kysil, partner of KPD Consulting Law Firm commented: “The most of our legal staff members call Kharkiv Law Academy as their alma-mater. It is our true pleasure and honor to make a minor contribution to the development of our university and its students. We’re crossing fingers for our team and its coach!”

Anastasiya Polischuk of Yaroslav Mudriy NLU Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court Team 2018 said: “We are truly grateful for the support of alumni. Surely we’ll do our best to win this competition”.

Yaroslav Mudriy NLU Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court Team 2018: Mrs. Anastasiya Polischuk, Vitaliy Zomko, Anna Dorokhova (the students of 4-th year International Law School).

KPD Consulting Law Firm is a Ukrainian independent full-service law firm established in 2007 for the purpose of rendering cost and time efficient high-quality services. We are focused on the business needs of the corporate Clients – leading local and multinational companies operating in Ukraine from various industries.  As the full-service law firm we are especially strong in corporate law, M&A, banking & finance, tax law, real estate and construction matters, intellectual property, white-collar crimes and dispute resolutions. More information is at www.kpdconsulting.com.ua.

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