Oleksandr Polivodskyy has become recognised as one of top agrarian and land law practitioners

Sofiya Law Firm’s Partner Oleksandr Polivodskyy has been named among best lawyers practicing agrarian and land law, according to the 2019 Client Choice. TOP 100 Ukrainian Lawyers survey.

The Yuridicheskaya Gazeta newspaper, which annually conducts this Ukraine-wide survey on the quality of legal services provided by local legal experts, has recently published this year’s findings. The rating methodology includes two assessment steps:

1. surveying corporate lawyers and generating a list of TOP 100 Ukrainian lawyers, according to clients (corporate lawyers); and

2. surveying law firms and generating a list of lawyers by areas of law, according to corporate lawyers and law firms.

Please be reminded that the agrarian and land law remains the key practice area of Sofiya Law Firm. The Firm has been providing legal services to local and foreign agribusinesses for more than 15 years. Various rating surveys, including the 2019 Client Choice. TOP 100 Ukrainian Lawyers survey, have on numerous occasions recognised Sofiya Law Firm’s lawyers for their high-class craftsmanship in this area of law.

Mr Polivodskyy is himself specialized in the agrarian and land law, and successfully combines his practice and research in the area.

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