Partner, Attorney-at-Law



One of the founders of Vasil Kisil & Partners.

Has been practicing law since 1992.

Expert in complex international arbitration and energy matters.

Represents clients before arbitral tribunals both in Ukraine and abroad and conducts arbitrations under the auspices of the SCC, ICC, LCIA, and UNCITRAL.

Represented governmental authorities as well as various multinational and domestic clients in the projects of construction and operation of transport and energy facilities, production sharing agreements, EPC turn-key contracts, and O&M agreements.

A Ukrainian representative in the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.


  • Chambers Global and Chambers Europe 2013 – 2014, 2019 endorse Oleg Alyoshin in dispute resolution as a “skillful litigator and arbitrator”.

  • Chambers Europe 2012 – 2018 recommends Oleg Alyoshin as one of the top real estate lawyers in Ukraine.

  • Legal 500 2015, 2018-2019 recognises Oleg Alyoshin in dispute resolution.

  • Legal 500 2012 – 2016 lists Mr. Alyoshin among the leading practitioners in Real Estate & Construction and names him “vastly experienced and effective”.

  • Since 2009, Mr. Alyoshin has been named by the Best Lawyers as a leading practitioner in arbitration and mediation, construction, energy and natural resources, real estate, litigation and trade in Ukraine.

  • Benchmark Litigation Europe 2020 recognises Oleg Alyoshin in the field of litigation (Rating "Litigation Star").


Energy and Natural Resources,
International Arbitration,


Alpine skiing

selected projects


Ukrainian Service for Construction of Motorways (Ukrautodor)

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development



The article is available in Ukrainian

Oleg Alyoshin, Tetiana Revutska


Q&A about international arbitration in Ukraine

Oleg Alyoshin, Vasylyna Odnorih, Olha Nosenko


The article is available in Ukrainian

Oleg Alyoshin, Ivan Yavnych , Vsevolod Mazurenko


Like the rest of the world, Ukraine has been affected by the crisis on energy markets caused by decline in demand caused by measures taken to combat COVID-19. There are also local conditions aggravating the energy markets decline, namely an extremely warm winter that affected both Ukrainian and European natural gas markets, that in turn responded with a fall in prices continuing so far...

Oleg Alyoshin, Tetiana Revutska