Dr. Alisa Oblezova
 contact @ rusmpi.org

 

 

She holds PhD in Employment Law (2003, Perm State University, Russia), Diploma in Law (2000, Perm State University, Russia), MBA degree (2009, Academy of National Economy of the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow Russia)

Her research is focused on the enforcement of equality and prohibition of discrimination of special categories of employees, including employees with family responsibilities , disabled and underage employees. Dr. Alisa Oblezova was Fulbright-Kennan Research Scholar at the Kennan institute of Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC (September 2012 – March 2013) http://www.wilsoncenter.org/program/kennan-institute. The title of her project at the Kennan Institute is “Prevention of discrimination of the migrant workers in the labor law: comparative analysis of the legislature and law-enforcement practice in Russia and in the USA”.

 

Dr. Oblezova also has an extensive experience in corporate legal counseling.

Field of Expertise: Russian Labor Law, International Labor Law, Discrimination in Employment, Gender in Employment, Discrimination of Migrant Workers, Corporate Law.



Books and Articles: The Workers with Family responsibilities in international and Russian Labor Law. Moscow, Prospekt, 2013. 178 p.; On the limits of restrictions of labor rights of workers,Problems of the differentiation in legal regulation of the relationship in Labor and Social Security – The materials of the 5thinternational science conference of Eastern Europe and Central Asia ILO bureau. Moscow,Prospekt, 2009;On the issue of concept of person with Family obligations,Family and Housing Law;Moscow, 2012, №3. p. 12-20.

 

Presentations:Forced Labor in Modern Russia: the Protection of Worker’s Rights and the Access to Justice,World Crime Forum: Law,justice and development week2012, World Bank, USA; International Treaties regarding the employment of Vietnamese workers on the Territory of Russia, 2ndInternational conference “Regulated migration - a real way of cooperation between Russia and Vietnam in the XXI-st century”.Moscow, Russian Academy of Science, 2012; Immigration reform in Russia: Migrant workers.Elliot Scholl of International Affairs, The George Washington University, 2013.

 

Teaching:International Labor Law, Law and Labor of the specific category of workers, Employment Contract (Perm State University), Russian Labor Law (Moscow International Academy of Business).

 

Corporate experience:Legal support for the mining projects: “Construction of a potash mining complex”($56 mln.), “Reconstruction of the mines of Navoyee gold mining enterprise on turnkey basis” ($18 mln.) in Uzbekistan. Legal counseling on Supply contract between Liftec (Switzerland) and Avtovaz (Russia) ($55 mln.)