Nino Beridze advises life sciences and health care executives and their companies in connection with civil, and regulatory enforcement matters as well as related complex civil litigation. Her practice includes both advisory matters across a variety of sectors, including the life sciences (pharmaceuticals and medical devices), food and beverage and cosmetics.
Nino’s field of practice also covers Contract, Labor, Education Law and Property Law, also, Administrative law, Administrative Offences Law and Citizenship related matters.
Nino earned the bachelor’s degree in Law at Tbilisi State University. In 2020 she started studying the master’s degree in Law at the University of Georgia. In addition to her university education, she has attended numerous trainings, competitions and law schools. She has also organized many projects. It is worth mentioning that she was the head of an organizing committee of European Law Students Association’s International Law School on International Migration and Refugee law.
Prior to graduating from Tbilisi State University, Nino had been the director for Law Schools at European Law Students’ Association Georgia. Before this experience she was the director for Seminars and Conferences at European Law Student’s Association Tbilisi. Nino is also experienced in working in public service. She was an intern at the Public Service Development Agency for 4 months where her duties included the registration of the civil acts and preparation of the Identity Proof documents.
Nino actively writes blogs on Medicine Law. She has published an article on “Compensation for non-property damages in the event of damage to health”. She also was the copy editor of the “Sergo Jorbenadze 90” anniversary edition. As a out of office activity, she also teaches school children about everyday issues in law.
Georgian (native), English (fluent), Russian (fluent)