About me

As an assistant lawyer with the firm’s Dispute Resolution & Risk Management practice, I support my colleagues in resolving various disputes, particularly in constitutional matters, insolvency and matters of honour and dignity.

According to Art. 40 (3) of the Bar Association Act, lawyers do not provide legal services. Lawyers assist attorneys.

Professional highlights

Varied experience. I believe that it is important for a lawyer to have a very wide understanding of different types of law. Due to this, I have interned at the Estonian Ministry of Justice as well as the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications. During these internships I was able to greatly expand my knowledge of matters related to criminal law, whistleblowing regulations in the European Union and Estonia, IT law, and data protection, as well as contributing to the creation of new laws and regulations.

Constant growth. I am always looking for ways to develop both personally and professionally. I am an active member of ELSA Tallinn, having participated in its work at all levels, from being a regular member to serving as president. Contributing to ELSA Tallinn has given me valuable experience in teamwork and project management skills. I have participated in various international ELSA courses. During the 2020/2021 school year I was the representative of law students at the Council of the School of Law at the University of Tartu. I am also a graduate of the Sorainen Student Academy.

Supporting young people. I am one of the leaders of ThinkTank and I work with young colleagues and trainees; I have also been among the organisers of Sorainen Student Academy. For my colleagues, I want to be the colleague I would have liked to have by my side at the beginning of my career. In addition to my in-house activities, I have been a teaching assistant in constitutional law, a point of contact in organising events with student organisations, and have given high school students the opportunity to be my job shadow.

Making the world a better place. It is important for me to contribute to the wellbeing of society. Sustainability issues are close to my heart and I contribute to making office life greener. In addition to this, I have been an active volunteer, having participated in several events and having helped to maintain order as an assistant police officer. I boldly speak out in the media when I see that something needs public attention – whether that is a vaccination effort, hate speech or a ban on symbols of aggression.

Academic background

  • University of Tartu (MA in Law – to be obtained)
  • University of Tartu (BA in Law)
  • University of Würzburg summer school (Crime and Security in the Digital Age)


I am a member of

  • The European Law Students’ Association (ELSA)