Leila Kanametova


Commercial Arbitration

Leila is a Paralegal in the Commercial Arbitration and Litigation department at Eldwick Law. She joined the firm, having worked in a disputes practice based in the City of London, where she represented clients in various LCIA arbitration matters primarily arising out of the CIS region.

Leila has law degrees from Russia, France and the UK. She worked in Paris for several years on a range of disputes matters, including BIT arbitrations, and several arbitrations under the SCC rules. Prior to that, she worked as an intern at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre after having worked as a Junior Associate at the Moscow offices of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner and KMPG respectively.

Leila brings a wealth of experience in the field of international arbitration and is looking to qualify as an English solicitor this year.

English, French, Russian, Circassian
  • LCIA YIAG Scholarship for Queen Mary University's School of International Arbitration: 2020
  • Best Performance in Pre-Moot Court: 2016
  • Kabardino-Balkarian State University: Bachelor Degree in Law (Merit)
  • Sciences PO (Paris): Dual Master's Degree in International Economic Law (Merit)
  • Queen Mary University of London: M.S.c. International Dispute Resolution PGDL (Merit)