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Natalya Vilyavina joins the HLaw VC team
Law are delighted to welcome lawyer and former deep-tech venture builder, Natalya Vilyavina, who joined the team earlier this month as a Senior Associate.
Natalya has over a decade of experience in law, general and venture management. After starting her career as a banking and finance lawyer at a global law firm in Ukraine, Natalya moved to the UK to complete her MBA at the University of Oxford where she focused on venture capital, strategy and entrepreneurship. She went on to work for the University of Oxford Destruction Lab as an AI Stream Lead and Venture Manager in addition to securing a board role at the Oxford Entrepreneurs Network. Natalya is foreign qualified in Ukraine and New York, and will be working towards qualification in England & Wales as soon as possible.
Having built up a considerable amount of knowledge and expertise in the VC space during her career, Natalya makes a valuable addition to the HLaw VC team and will help to further build the practice, where we continue to focus on all aspects of the technology vertical.
Natalya Vilyavina comments, “I am delighted to join Humphreys Law as a Senior Associate. As cutting-edge digital technologies evolve, it’s an exciting time for legal professionals to advise founders in finding the right commercial solutions to complex legal issues. I am looking forward to bringing my experience from a top global law firm, combined with my AI venture management expertise, to build a strong digital technology practice at HLaw. It is a great honour to work alongside such a professional team.”
Henry Humphreys, Managing Partner comments, “We are thrilled that Natalya has joined us, bringing with her a great deal of legal and commercial experience and from a number of different perspectives. HLaw continues to grow and go from strength to strength.”
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