Since January 2019, Ana Gudadze has been working in the framework of the project funded by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees “Protection and strengthening of refugees, humanitarian status and asylum seekers in Georgia" at “Article 42 of the Constitution”.
In 2018, she graduated from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Master's Program in Law and awarded Master's Degree with honors. That same year she enrolled in European University Viadrina in Germany where she studied the European system of human rights protection. In 2011-2015 she studied at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Faculty of Law. She finished Georgian-American High School.
From January 2019 to the
present day, Ana Gudadze has been working as a lawyer in a
UNHCR-funded project “Protection and strengthening of refugees,
humanitarian status and asylum seekers in Georgia" at “Article 42
of the Constitution”.
In 2017-2018, she served as a lawyer in civil and administrative law and cooperated with various private companies.
In 2013-2017 she worked as a lawyer and a specialist of International Projects Service of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia and "Georgian Amelioration" LTD.
In 2015 she worked at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Bank Business Forum.
Since 2018, she is a member
of the Strengthening Women Network with the support of the Center
for Progress and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the
Since 2017, she is a member of the Georgian Bar Association.
In 2017, the training of trainers organized by the Training Center of Justice Ministry of Justice of Georgia and within the framework of cooperation with the same center and Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University conducted trainings for citizens in different fields of law.
2016 fall term- led lessons on the law at Tbilisi Public School # 60.
She is the Co-author Assistant (Sergi Jorbenadze) on Media Law Textbook (Sergi Jorbenadze, Ushangi Bakadze, Zurab Macharadze, Tbilisi, 2014) and Comments on the Civil Code of Georgia (GIZ, USAID, PROLoG Cooperation, http://www.gccc.ge).
Languages: Georgian, English, Russian.