Tamar Iashvili serves as a Paralegal at our Law Firm, specializing in Georgian private and administrative Law. Her practice areas include civil and administrative litigation, official communication with public and private entities, registration of corporate and non-commercial legal entities, researching legal issues, drafting and analyzing various legal documents. Tamar has been engaged in drafting and conducting of legal opinions and due diligences on various legal matters.
Tamar also serves as a seminar leader at the University of Georgia and teaches Legal English and Moot Court to the bachelors of law.
Prior to joining the firm, Tamar worked as an assistant of International Business Law master’s program at the University of Georgia. She participated in developing and accreditation of the new program, organized and participated in numerous conferences. She also worked as a lawyer’s assistant at a Georgian law firm Legal Consulting and Services and specialized in civil and administrative litigation.
Tamar has her master’s degree (with honors) from the Law School of the University of Georgia. During her master’s studies she participated in five international moot court competitions. She defended her master’s thesis on Recognition and Protection of Well-known Trademarks. Tamar has her bachelor’s degree from Tbilisi State University, faculty of Law.
With her native Georgian, Tamar is fluent in English.