The INTERLAWYER Law Office was founded by collegiate decision
of the team of attorneys at the end of year 2000, before Federal Law
#63 “On the Bar and bar activities in the Russian Federation” was adopted. The newly founded Law Office
was lately approved by Resolution of Presidium of Moscow Bar
“PROTECTION” on December 19, 2001 and by Order #24 issued on February
26, 2002 by the
Central City Department of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation. The Law Office was established to provide
legal assistance services in conformity with the Constitution of the
Russian Federation, Regulations “On the Bar in the Russian Federation
1980” and the current legislation of the Russian Federation.
The INTERLAWYER lawyers gained a broad
experience in representing interests of clients and trustees in district courts of Moscow and Moscow oblast, in the Arbitration Court of Moscow,
and the Court of Arbitration of Moscow oblast. In 2001-2002 the lawyers of
INTERLAWYER have been representatives at the Arbitration Court of the
Krasnoyarsk region in Krasnoyarsk, the Federal Arbitration Court of Eastern
Siberia in Irkutsk, as well as at regular and supreme
tribunals of France and Italy along with their local colleagues. They repeatedly
worked with the Arbitration Court of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, and the
Supreme Arbitration Court of Ashgabat defending companies from Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Japan and other countries.
On July 1, 2002 after the adoption of Federal Law #63 “On
the Bar and bar activities in the Russian Federation” the INTERLAWYER Law Office has been
reregistered and transformed into the branch of Moscow Bar
The INTERLAWYER Law Office led by its head Vladimir V.
Okhramenko aims at expanding the scope of services provided for its
clients by hiring assistant lawyers, interns and young lawyers
willing to make a career in the legal profession. The Law Office
developed a multi-level training program to help young professionals
pass the bar exam.
Vladimir V. Okhramenko
Head of INTERLAWYER Law Office #19
Moscow Bar “PROTECTION”