Participants of the Third Hundred of Tomorrow’s Lawyer Announced

We are pleased to announce the results of the selection of the third hundred of participants of the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program!

This year we received 569 applications from all regions of Ukraine (including from Crimean lawyers who practice law on the Ukrainian territory). What is particularly important – 70% of applications came outside of Kyiv.

Unfortunately, this year no participants from Chernihiv and Chernivtsi regions were selected. Instead, lawyers from Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv regions demonstrated the best professional characteristics, even compared to the applicants from the capital.

We have selected 100 lawyers to participate in the third training session of the Program: 51 women and 49 men. As much as 99 candidates were shortlisted to the reserve list. Four candidates are invited to continue the dialogue with the program organizers on the possibilities of participating as experts.

Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program is the “Silicon Valley” of the Ukrainian legal profession. Our  careful work on the selection, education and consolidation of a new generation of advocates will inevitably lead to a certain number of years before the ethical and technological revolution in the legal community, and hence to the real consolidation towards the rule of law and fair justice,” – Andriy Vyshnevsky, the Program Manager quoted as saying.

We thank all candidates for their enthusiasm and creativity in filling the applications for participation in the Program!

The third hundred of participants of the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program:


Vinnytsia region

Rudenko Maria Andreevna

Volyn region

Matviyiv Vadym Mykolayovych

Slupko Olena Mykolaivna

Chesyuk Oksana Viktorivna

Dnipropetrovsk region

Bolshakov Yevgeniy Volodymyrovych

Mazana Iryna Grygorivna

Marchenko Yevgeny Volodymyrovych

Syromyatnikov Eduard Oleksandrovych

Donetsk region

Konovalova Victoria Vitaliivna

Zhytomyr region

Berezenska Julia Oleksandrivna

Vereshchak Valery Mykolayovych

Linevich Maksym Tomashevych

Musevych Alla Ivanivna

Solomonjuk Svyatoslav Anatoliyovych

 Transcarpathian region

Rezunenko Oleksandr Anatoliyovych

Zaporizhya region

Gryshyn Stanislav Volodymyrovych

Master Dmitro Mykolayovych

Tivonenko Danylo Ruslanovych

Usova Olena Volodymyrivna

Ivano-Frankivsk region

Pomazanovska Olena Igorivna

Kyiv region

Grytsaenko Olena Pavlivna

Tretyak Nina Mykhailivna

Kirovograd region

Yashan Yulia Borysivna

Yurchenko Karina Andriivna

Lugansk region

Serikova Katerina Sergiivna

Lviv region

Kiryevsky Oleg Borysovych

Kravchuk Petro Ivanovych

Kulchytsky Oleksandr Sergiyovych

Larionov Roman Oleksandrovych

Paslavsky Serhiy Igorovych

Pshevlotsky Yurii Mykolayovych

Fedorenko Mykhailo Olegovych

Shparik Nazar Yaroslavovych

Mykolaiv region

Prokopchuk Maria Mykolaivna

Odessa region

Gladenko Oleksandr Mykolayovych

Gudkov Serhiy Oleksiyovych

Dushkova Hanna Georgiivna

Dyakov Vitaly Oleksandrovych

Konogray Victoria Evgeniivna

Kostyuk Yuriy Dmitriyovych

Lisstovskaya Anastasia Viktorivna

Marchenko Natalia Valeriivna

Semenov Vadim Ivanovych

Sokol Tatyana Vyacheslavivna

Sokolova Hanna Mykolaivna

Terletsky Dmitro Sergiyovych

Feldman Olena Anatoliivna

Chumachenko Svyatoslav Oleksandrovych

Chorniy Oleksiy Vitaliyovych

Poltava region

Fedun Hanna Dmitriivna

Rul Maryna Igorivna

Olovyatenko Olena Yuriivna

Maslova Olha Sergiivna

Rivne region

Bidyuk Tetyana Vyacheslavivna

Bukhta Natalia Andriivna

Vodopian Tetyana Viktorivna

Lazarchuk Hanna Valeriivna

Petrova Natalia Petrivna

Pylypiv Ivan Igorovych

Samardak Kateryna Volodymyrivna

Sumy region

Stadnik Semen Valeriyovych

Ternopil region

Sampar Nadia Myronivna

Kharkiv region

Abdullaeva-Martirosyan Immileyla Haganiivna

Borbunyuk Oleksiy Oleksandrovych

Vasylenko Hanna Viktorivna

Zaitsev Oleksiy Oleksiyovych

Yefimenko Maria Yuriivna

Litvinova Olga Borisovna

Melkih Eduard Mykolaiovych

Rayevska Varvara Mykolaivna

Semeha Dmitro Sergiyovych

Sergeeva Alina Yuriivna

Trotsenko Olga Viktorivna

Kherson region

Petrenko Kseniya Oleksandrivna

Magda Maxim Anatoliyovich

Romanatan Tatyana Victorivna

Khmelnytsky region

Styopin Oleksandr Yuriyovych

Shevchyshyn Makym Yevheniyovych

Cherkasy region

Dzjuman Stanislav Volodymyrovych

Dudnik Iryna Oleksandrivna

Potienko Tetyana Mykolaivna

Chornoivanenko Denys Oleksandrovych

Kyiv City

Zubrytsky Oleksandr Volodymyrovych

Ilichkeva Kateryna Ivanivna

Kordon Vitaliy Viktorovych

Krasnyk Stanislav Mikhailovych

Kukuietu Liudmyla Ivanovna

Kundrik Ruslan Svyatoslavovych

Kucheruk Nina Stanislavivna

Levchenko Mariya Mykolaivna

Mazurko Dmytro Igorovych

Marsegora Maryna Viktorivna

Melnyk Dmitro Mykolayovych

Nikiforov Dmitry Alexandrovych

Prokonova Ksenia Volodymyrivna

Sekelyk Lilia Volodymyrivna

Slyusar Andriy Adamovych

Tytykalo Roman Sergiyovych

Fedorov Oleksiy Sergiyovych

Shadrin Oleksandr Sergiyovych

Yakovlev Andriy Viktorovych


 “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” is a powerful network of lawyers uniting opinion leaders in the legal profession, who provide legal assistance in accordance with the highest ethical standards, act as agents of change in society and leaders in the professional community.

 The “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program was launched in 2016 and first implemented within the “Quality and Accessible Legal Aid” Project, carried out by the Canadian Bureau for International Education with the support of the Government of Canada in cooperation with the Legal Aid Coordination Centre. It is currently being implemented and developed with the support of the US Embassy’s Law Enforcement Section in Ukraine, the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” NGO, in partnership with the Ukrainian Bar Association and the Bar Association of Legal Aid Providers.