Tatia Koniashvili is a Lawyer at DRI. She has a Bachelor’s degree in law from Tbilisi State University. Currently, she is studying for a master’s degree at the same university. In 2017 - 2018 she was an intern at Non-commercial Legal Entity - ,,My Lawer” and at Notary Office. At different times she has participated in trainings, moot courts and conferences. In 2017-2019 she was a Lawyer at ,,Green Caucasus”. Since 2016 she is a long-term observer at ISFED.
Ana Gakhokidze is licensed lawyer in criminal, civil, administrative law and she also has an additional specialization in children's justice and children's rights.
Ana holds a bachelor's degree of Ilia State University, Faculty of Law and a Master's degree in Public Law of University of Georgia. She has experience of many years working in the field of human rights. 2012-2016 was employed in the non-governmental sector. 2016-2018 worked in the Regional Department of the Public Defender's Office of Georgia. Ana is practicing lawyer since 2019 and cooperates with several law firms.
Ana Gudadze joined the team of the Democracy Research Institute (DRI) as a researcher. In 2022 she graduated from the Central European University (CEU) in Vienna, Austria, and was awarded a master of laws in human rights academic title. She cooperated with Amnesty International’s office in Vienna in the field of corruption and human rights. In 2018 she completed a course on the European system of human rights protection in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. In 2019-2021 she cooperated with Rights Georgia NGO within the projects supported by UNHCR, IOM, and Brot für die Welt as a project coordinator, project consultant and lawyer. Furthermore, she collaborated with her Ukrainian colleagues in Kyiv, Ukraine in the field of access to justice and rule of law. In 2015-2018 she worked for various government and private entities as a lawyer and attorney at law. Ana is a member of the Georgian Bar Association and an authorised trainer by the Training Centre of Justice of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia. She speaks Georgian, English, German, Russian, and French (beginner) languages.