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     Date Submitted:01-10-2012
     Last Modified:04-10-2012 (08:13)
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     Current job:Associate Counsel
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywords• Skilled professional with 7 years of international experience working for service providers doing business globally, as well as other large corporate groups, United Nations agencies, NGOs and Government clients. • Respected member of creative leg
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    Associate Counsel


    •    Skilled professional with 7 years of international experience working for service  providers doing business globally, as well as other large corporate groups, United Nations agencies, NGOs and Government clients.
    •    Respected member of creative legal team. Providing advice and results in emerging markets worldwide for in-country missions.
    •    Expert in the telecommunications regulatory and commercial matters. Addressing practical regulatory and commercial issues in challenging jurisdictions on all continents.
    •    Good analytical skills and meticulously organised and detail focused.
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    SKILLS

    •    Fixed and Mobile Satellite Services
    •    Wireless Network Facilities and Services
    •    Spectrum Management
    •    International and National Licensing
    •    Regulatory Forbearance
    •    Conditions of Service Provision or Usage  

    •    Frequency Coordination
    •    Homologation
    •    Contract Drafting, Reviewing and Negotiating for the Supply and Demand of Telecommunications Goods and Services
    •    EU Competition Law
    •    Dispute Resolution
    •    Legal Advice, Writing & Research
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    RECENT AWARDS


    •    National winner of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition 2005/2006
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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    HYDE AND ASSOCIATES, TALLINN, ESTONIA – International company specialising in telecommunications law worldwide.

    ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 2/2011 TO PRESENT

    Dealing daily with the standard issues found in more established markets, as well as the indeterminacies of non-rule-of-law jurisdictions, each coming with its own challenge and opportunity. Work includes fixed and mobile satellite services, wireless network facilities and services, spectrum management, international and national licensing, regulatory forbearance, conditions of service provision or usage, frequency coordination, and homologation issues. Covering drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements for the supply and demand of telecommunications goods and services, covering a wide range of issues, whether on interconnection, sale or lease of equipment, assets and services, facilities and equipment, distribution agreements, carrier services, acquisition, and sale or resale of capacity.

    Selected Accomplishments:

    •    Drafted analysis reports of applicable telecommunications regulations, policies for number of countries on all continents;
    •    Drafted telecommunications analysis reports for merger and acquisition;
    •    Reviewed and orchestrated of all technical, corporate and historical details relevant to the authorization work with both end-user and service provider;
    •    Negotiated, including contractual drafting and review, with any local telecommunications service providers across the globe as required;
    •    Efficiently liaising with the regulatory authority throughout the process to prosecute successful completion of licensing.
    •    Reviewed of authorization documents to advise on any financial or regulatory issues and conclusion of work.

    THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA, DUBLIN, IRELAND – Diplomatic mission
    CONSULAR OFFICER/ LEGAL OFFICER, 11/2006 – 2/2011

    Dealing with broad range of consular and legal matters in the Embassy’s Consular Division. Liaison with Irish local authorities with respect to the consular matters (e.g. immigration, family law, social security matters, criminal law, repatriation etc). Intermediating and issuing archive documents, criminal reports and documents from vital statistic offices. Participating in local Schengen cooperation meetings in consular affairs.

    Selected Accomplishments:
    •    Efficiently managed to co-ordinate ordering and forwarding all relevant documentation to the Estonian citizens and to the authorities in Ireland and Estonia.
    •    Secured Estonian citizens with travel documents and foreign citizens with visas and resident permits.
    •    Efficiently co-operated with different authorities in Estonia and abroad on immigration questions.
    •    Helped to solve complex consular cases (e.g. repatriations, police detentions, immigration matters etc.).

    ESTONIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, CONSULAR DEPARTMENT, DOCUMENT DIVISION, TALLINN, ESTONIA – Governmental institution
    EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, 5/2005 – 11/2006

    Responsible for ordering archive documents, criminal reports and documents from vital statistic offices across the globe. Mediating court documents between ministries all over the world. Processing and granting special VIP flight and ship permits to foreign countries. Studying, revising and recognise of foreign travel documents. Responsible for exchanging travel document specimens together with the relevant data with foreign representatives in Estonia. Securing co-operation with the Border Guard and the Citizenship and Migration Board on travel document matters. Carried out vital statistic data analysis on Estonian citizens residing abroad. Consulted and co-ordinated communication between Estonian representatives abroad (Honorary Consuls included) and Citizenship and Migration Board on passport and living permit matters. Obtaining documentation from foreign representatives for illegal immigrants awaiting deportation. Briefed and consulted local foreign representations on Estonian legislation. Executed and co-ordinated efficiently information and material/stock range between Estonia Foreign Ministry and relevant government offices and subsidiary units                                               

    Selected Accomplishments:

    •    Secured additional foreign travel document specimens and information for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the foreign representatives in Estonia;
    •    Attended meetings with the Border Guard committee and drafted reports on foreign travel documents’ recognitions;
    •    Efficiently managed to co-ordinate ordering and forwarding all relevant documentation to the Estonian representatives abroad and to the Foreign representatives in Estonia;
    •    Managed to obtain documents for people residing in Estonian expulsion centre;
    •    Processed and forwarded flight and ship permissions for relative authorities and compiled an official answer;
    •    Efficiently co-operated with various authorities in Estonia and abroad on immigration matters;
    •    Assisted and coordinated Annual Workshop for diplomats in Consular Affairs working abroad

    TALLINN YOUTH WORK CENTRE; TALLINN YOUTH INFORMATION CENTRE DEPARTMENT, TALLINN, ESTONIA – Belongs to Tallinn City Sports and Youth Department which aims to support and create the possibilities for various development of a youth through self-initiative and developmental activities.
    VOLUNTARY LECTURER/CARRIED OUT WORK GROUPS, 1/2005 – 1/2006

    Key responsibilities:

    •    Legal consulting
    •    Carrying out lectures and work groups for youth in the Centre.
    •    Created and designed information materials for lectures and work groups

    HARJU COUNTY COURT, TALLINN, ESTONIA – First instance court in civil, criminal and misdemeanour matters.
    PRO-BONO LEGAL CONSULTANT

    Key responsibilities:

    •    Legal counselling in civil matters
    •    Drawing up of civil actions, monetary, child support and alimony claims
    •    Representing parties in court
    •    Drafting of contracts – deeds, prenuptial agreements.
    •    Conducting thorough research and analysis of all the problematic legal aspects.

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    TECHNOLOGY
    •    Software: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista,  MS Office (Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint,  OneNote, Publisher)
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    EDUCATION

    INSTITUTE OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF TARTU
    BA IN SOCIAL SCIENCES (LAW), 8/2006
    •    Major: Law


    UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, SCHOOL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
    MECONSC (EUROPEAN ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS), 12/2010
    •    Major: European Economics, Politics, Law
    •    Scholar of Irish Government
    •    Graduated with honours
     


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