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In every edition of our newsletter we introduce people from our firm personally. This time it is Elina Letiy's turn from our Frankfurt office.

Since January 2019, Elina Letiy has been part of the Frankfurt labor law team as an attorney with our partner Sabine Schröter.

Elina Letiy was born in Zaporizhzhya in southern Ukraine, about 440 km southeast of Kiev. While she was living there, she attended a private grammar school until she was 11 years old, before finally emigrating to Germany with her family in 1998. Ms. Letiy spent the rest of her school time in the beautiful city Limburg an der Lahn and afterwards she moved to Giessen to study law at Justus Liebig University. During her studies and her subsequent legal clerkship, Ms. Letiy focused on labor and social law. After her first state examination, she worked as a research assistant and later as a trainee lawyer in large internationally oriented German law firms. After her second state examination, Ms. Letiy gained her first professional experience in a major international law firm in Frankfurt, where she advised on all aspects of labor and data protection law.

Since her childhood, Ms. Letiy has wanted to become a lawyer. Her fascination for the jurisprudence was based on acquirement of broad knowledge as well as the learning of how to get justice and assert oneself with arguments in disputes. Today, she appreciates the fact that she can gain insight into numerous areas, industries and personality structures. The fact that Elina Letiy can also effectively help people with her work confirms that she has made the right choice with her profession. In addition to individual and collective labor law, Ms. Letiy advises on data protection law; she is also the contact person for all issues relating to Russia and Ukraine.

In her free time, Ms. Letiy enjoys creative work, such as different types of handicrafts or painting with oil and acrylic. She also spends a lot of time with her two pets - a Persian cat and a Golden Retriever. Elina Letiy's role models are her parents because of their strength, joy of life and versatile interests.


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