Pool of Arbitrators

Yuliya Chernykh

Associate Professor, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences and Guest Research Fellow, University of Oslo

Yuliya is a scholar and arbitrator focused on commercial law, art law, and copyright. During the last fifteen years, she has been practicing, researching and teaching in the field of international adjudication, public international law, private international law and contract law. She has been of counsel of ARBITRADE (Ukraine) and Vice Chairman of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine. Yuliya has published extensively on issues related to international arbitration. She has been lecturing in international commercial law, international investment law, comparative contract law, international arbitration at various European universities. Forthcoming publication include a monograph on contract interpretation in investment treaty arbitration.

Yuliya’s law practice has included arbitration and mediation since 2003. She has served as Arbitrator in a wide range of commercial disputes at international level. The substantive laws applicable in these disputes include the laws of Austria, England and Wales, Germany, France, India, Poland, Russia, Romania, Switzerland, Sweden, Ukraine and some other.

In 2013, she has been awarded the qualification of Chartered Arbitrator by the Chartered Institute in UK. Fifteen arbitral institutes in Europe and Asia list her as an arbitrator. Yuliya was appointed to the original Arbitration and Mediation pools of CAfA in June 2020.

Yuliya’s educational background includes: National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (LL.B., 2004); Stockholm University (LL.M., 2005); the International Training Centre of the ILO, the University of Turin, and the University Institute of European Studies (Post-graduate diploma in international trade law, 2006); University of Oslo (Ph.D., 2020). Yuliya is admitted to the Ukrainian Bar and she is fluent in English, Ukrainian, Russian and Norwegian.

Jurisdiction: Ukraine