Dr Kateryna Busol is a Ukrainian lawyer specialising in international humanitarian, criminal and human rights law. She holds an LLM in International Law from Cambridge University and an LLM and PhD from the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University.
Before focusing on international law, Kateryna worked for KPMG, Clifford Chance and EasyBusiness. She was also a legal advisor to the Director-General of the National Art Museum of Ukraine. Since 2013, Kateryna has consulted for the Ukrainian governmental and non-governmental institutions on the legal implications of the occupation of Crimea and the armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Within GRC, Kateryna advises Ukrainian state authorities and NGOs on compliance with international humanitarian law, and the investigation and prosecution of international crimes.
Recently, she has launched #InternationalLawTalks – a series of interviews with top international lawyers on Ukraine-related issues in Ukrainian mass media. The initiative aims to boost the understanding of crucial topics of international law by the general public.
Dr Kateryna Busol specialises in international humanitarian, criminal and human rights law. She wrote her LLB, LLM and PhD theses on different aspects of cultural property protection and art restitution under international law.