“The difficult period unites and strengthens: in character, in goals and in priorities,” says Natalia Radionova, a member of JurFem and a lawyer.
Natalia cooperates with the system of free secondary legal aid guaranteed by the state. Until February 24 she mostly dealt with cases of victims of domestic violence. In addition ro this, Natalia is a mediator of the project on restorative justice for juveniles who have committed a crime for the first time. Natalia tells her story about what has changed the full-scale Russian invasion in the column “Ukrainian women-lawyers and war“.
Russian war against Ukraine has changed the lives of every Ukrainian man and woman. Each of us has a story of this war that is worth hearing. We offer you the stories of the members of Ukrainian Women Lawyers Association “JurFem” – lawyers, teachers and other representatives of the legal sphere, who today – each in her place – defend our legal “front”. That is why we have launched the column “Ukrainian women-lawyers and the war“. Our interviews depict how Russia’s war against Ukraine is changing professional activities and life in general.