joined Nodia, Urumashvili and Partners in 2018. Prior to joining the firm, Maka was the general director at the Justice Development Center (2016-17) and manager at Tbilisi City Court (2012-16). She was also an assistant to the Judge at the Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court. Maka was a member of project “social court”, coach and organiser of coaches for working groups in the framework of accessibility to justice. She has lectured at universities in Georgia and is currently pursuing a PhD in administrative law. Maka has been recognised as a rising star in dispute resolution and recently obtained a status of accredited arbitrator.
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