Partner, Attorney-at-Law



Oksana has been practicing law since 2001.

Advises private clients on all aspects of family and inheritance law, private wealth management.

IAFL representative in Ukraine.

Expert in labour and employment law.

Exclusive representative in Ukraine of Ius Laboris, the largest global alliance of leading labour law firms.

A member of the American Employment Law Council (AELC).

Mediator accredited by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), London, UK.


  • Chambers High Net Worth Guide Ranking 2021 names Oksana as the leading professional adviser to the Private Wealth market in Ukraine.

  • The Ukrainian Women in Law 2016 to 2021 from Yurydychna Gazeta lists Oksana Voynarovska among the best women lawyers in Ukraine.

  • TOP 100 Best Lawyers of Ukraine, Clients' Choice 2012 to 2021 from the Yurydychna Gazeta recognises Mrs. Voynarovska as an expert in family law, labour and employment.

  • Chambers Europe 2013 to 2024 names Oksana as one of the most well-known experts on the labour and employment market. She is known for her expertise and strong technical skills."

  • Since 2018, the Legal 500 recommends Oksana Voynarovska in Employment and Private Clients.

  • Since 2009, Best Lawyers lists Mrs. Voynarovska among the recommended labour and employment and dispute resolution lawyers of Ukraine, since 2014 in family law and since 2020 in litigation.

  • In 2019, Oksana Voynarovska has been awarded the honorable title of “The Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers for her extensive expertise in labor and employment.

  • The Women in Business Law from the Expert Guides recognises Oksana as the leading expert in labour and employment in 2015 to 2021.

  • Guide to the World's Leading Labour and Employment Lawyers recognises Oksana as the leading expert in labour and employment in Ukraine.

  • Who's Who Legal 2022-2023 highly recommends Oksana Voynarovska as one of the top lawyers in Ukraine in Commercial Litigation, Labour & Employment, Pensions & Benefits. Besides, Oksana has been named as a Thought Leader in Commercial Litigation in 2023.

  • Oksana is listed among the top 100 best lawyers of Ukraine. Client's Choice 2020-2022 by the Yurydychna Gazeta.

  • Yurydychna Gazeta 2020-2022 has listed Oksana Voynarovska as a leading practitioner in the fields of Labour Law, Family Law and Private Clients.


Labour and Employment,
Private Client and Wealth Management


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Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, about 6.5 million Ukrainian citizens have become refugees in different parts of the world. Almost every one of these people has a family: husband, wife, parents, children, siblings, etc. Due to the fact that since the first days of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, men between the ages of 18 and 60 have been prohibited from leaving the country, the majority of Ukrainian refugees are women and children.

Oksana Voynarovska


The impact of war on a nation extends far beyond the battlefield, seeping into the very fabric of society and the lives of its people. Within this context, family law takes on a profound significance, addressing not only the intricacies of divorce and custody, but also the protection and well-being of vulnerable children and families caught in the tumultuous wake of conflict.

Oksana Voynarovska


On December 7th, 2022,  the Japan Federation of Bar Associations hold a seminar. Oksana Voynarovska was a guest speaker at the event talking about the current situation of legal community in Ukraine. Here are some key issues from the speech.

Oksana Voynarovska


Emergency settings, such as warfare, often reveal practical drawbacks of the legislation, surplus bureaucracy regarding documents, or a complete inability to obtain particular services. Yet they also shed light on modern and digital solutions that will last even after the cessation of hostilities. Thus, amidst the initial collapse and current challenges, family law is adjusting so that it is able to respond to the war and to effectively regulate family relations.

Oksana Voynarovska