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Viktor Soloveytchik
Viktor Soloveytchik (Bulgaria) , Legal Secretary, Registry of the European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg


Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, 1965. After graduation from law school at the Sofia University, Mr. Soloveytchik completed his legal traineeship and worked as a legal adviser in commercial law and banking. In 1992-93, he spent a year at the George Washington University, Washington D.C. completing an LL.M. in international and comparative law. Upon his return to Sofia he was admitted to the Bulgarian Bar and practiced for a year.

Since the end of 1994 Mr. Soloveytchik has been living and working in Strasbourg, France. He started initially at the former European Commission of Human Rights and, after 1998, continued at the European Court of Human Rights. In 1997-98, he attended an advanced studies program (D.E.A.) in public international law at the Robert Schuman University, Strasbourg.

Since 1996 he has travelled to many countries in Central and Eastern Europe where he gave talks and conducted training sessions on the European Convention of Human Rights. In the last several years, Mr. Soloveytchik has given seminars for students at the summer school of the International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg. He speaks English, French, Russian and Bulgarian.

 
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