Nataliya is co-ordinator of “Live Talks with Experts” at UDI. She is currently enrolled in her Masters Program for “International Law” at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2009 she received a full scholarship from the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs to study Greek and International Law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. During her bachelor studies, she was an active volunteer and member of the largest international student organization, AIESEC, and as of 2016 she is a member of the American Society of International Law. She continues volunteering throughout her Masters, participating in NGOs working in refugee camps in Greece. In 2016 Nataliya received her second scholarship from Loyola University School of Law to participate in its summer school, focusing on cultural rights and property law, law of conflict and immigration law. Her current main focus is International Economic and Energy Law. At present Nataliya is writing her thesis on “The Ukrainian Energy Sector: A Legal Comparative Analysis”. She has pursued research in International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law ¬†Human Rights Law: Refugee Status, Terrorism and Detention and Cyber Law: State Responsibility.