Andreeva graduated with an LL.M. degree in Public International Law from Leiden
University, The Netherlands, in 2000 and Specialist in Law cum laude from the
Urals State Law Academy, Russia in 1999. She is a Gold Medal winner of three
All-Russian legal competitions in private and public international law and
several regional competitions in legal studies. In 1999, she received the
National Award of the President of the Russian Federation for exceptional
academic and professional achievements in law. Over the past two years she has
served as Legal Assistant to the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.
She has also provided legal advice to the Commonwealth of Independent States
drafting committees on the Model Labor Code and the Law on Securities, and
legal assistance at the negotiations between the Russian Federation and the
Hague Conference on Private International Law. She has published extensively in
Russian law journals. Every year Yulia participates in international moot
courts as a judge or jury member. She also serves as a senior editor of the
Leiden Journal of International Law. She is interested in public international
law, legal theory, and dispute resolution.