Elijah Putilin is a civil law qualified lawyer with 10 years of experience in cross-border dispute management gained in-house and working in top international law firms.
Mr Putilin has represented and advised clients in over a hundred disputes before SCAI, SCC, LCIA, ICC, ICDR and ICAC (Russia) arbitral tribunals, foreign and domestic courts of all levels, including the RF Supreme Courts, and international trade tribunals.
Mr Putilin has also overseen administration of thousands of adjudication, arbitration and mediation proceedings at the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC). As part of the AIAC, Mr Putilin has counselled parties and arbitrators on all procedural aspects of the case.
At present, Mr Putilin divides his time between practice, lecturing and publishing. He is Adjunct Professor of International Dispute Resolution at several universities and author/editor of two books on international arbitration and investment law.
Mr Putilin is a Member-Elect of the Tashkent International Arbitration Center’s Court of Arbitration, the President of the Central Asian Arbitration Association, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and founder/convener of the Bishkek Arbitration Days - an annual forum on dispute resolution and public international law in Central Asia.
Mr Putilin speaks Russian and English languages.