Olga Kubantseva practices criminal law and dispute resolution. As part of her criminal practice, Olga specializes in white-collar defence, financial crimes, forensic investigations.
Olga’s representations include banks, industrial and trade companies, foreign and domestic corporations in connection with criminal investigations concerning bribery, fraud, and embezzlement offenses, and violations of industrial safety rules, money laundering and currency regulation laws as well as beneficiaries, individual officers, and employees in similar investigations.
As a part of her academic and pro bono activities Olga also works for Criminal Legal Expertise Center of the Faculty of Law of Moscow State University, where she conducts research and prepares expert opinions on the application of Russian criminal law.
Author of publications in scientific editions and mass media on issues of criminal law and criminal procedure, Olga actively participates in events organized by the business community on various issues related to the impact of criminal law on business activities.
Olga graduated with honors with Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD in Law degrees from the Faculty of Law of the Moscow State University. She completed a research internship at the University of Leiden (Netherlands), whose School of International Criminal Law is the oldest and most respected in the world. She also works as a part-time researcher and lecturer at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Faculty of Law, Moscow State University.
Lawyer of the Moscow City Bar Association.
Fluent in English.