ECHR building

Yegor Boychenko

an attorney-at-law with a double admission to the Bars of Strasbourg (France) - 2015 and Kyiv (Ukraine) - 2010
Yegor Boychenko


  • Master’s degree in Ukrainian law (National Law Academy of Ukraine, Kharkiv)
  • Master’s degree (DEA) in Comparative Law, University of Clermont-Ferrand (France)
  • Master’s degree (DESS) in International Commercial Law, University of Toulouse (France)



  • English
  • French
  • Russian
  • Ukrainian

Basic knowledge

  • German
  • Spanish
In November 2015 Yegor Boychenko was admitted to the French Bar in Strasbourg and since has been providing legal services to his clients in the areas of civil law, family law, labor law, criminal law and immigration law. He has also been representing his clients of different nationalities before the European Court of Human Rights.
From 2011 till 2015 Yegor Boychenko worked as a lawyer at the Registry of the European Court of Human Rights, where he obtained unique first-hand knowledge of the European Convention on Human Rights application and the ECHR case-law and practice.
He obtained his initial legal experience after starting his career in 2007 with one of the biggest French law firms (Gide Loyrette Nouel) in its office in Kyiv, Ukraine. In particular, Mr Boychenko gained experience in corporate law, litigation, real estate law, employment law and due diligence issues.