Norayr Baghdasaryan

Norayr Baghdasaryan, a lawyer at the AMCA, assists in managing arbitration and mediation cases. He ensures the confidentiality of case materials and supports technical aspects of remote meetings. Norayr contributes to the development of legal documents, acts, and procedures related to arbitration, while also providing legal advice under the guidance of senior lawyers.


LL.B (Bachelor of Laws), Yerevan State University, Faculty of Law, International and European Union Law
LL.M (Master of Laws), Yerevan State University, Faculty of Law, International courts and arbitration
STEP, Humboldt University of Berlin, PIL
Yerevan College of Law, Economics and Management, business administration and management

Overview of professional experience

🔷 Throughout his career, Norayr has gained experience in various legal institutions. He has interned at the Court of First Instance Court of Yerevan and the Criminal Court of Appeal. Additionally, he has served as a legal consultant in the Legal Clinic of Yerevan University, providing expert guidance, and worked as a lawyer at the Institute of Liberal Politics.

🔷 Notably, he actively contributes to the field of non-formal education as a board member of the “Wikimedia Armenia” organization. He has significantly contributed to the Armenian Wikipedia, authoring approximately 3000 articles.

🔷 Norayr Baghdasaryan has demonstrated commendable involvement in various prestigious moot court competitions, including the national round of Philip Jessup moot court, the Jean-Pictet Competition in Albania, and the 2023 Nuremberg International Criminal Law (ICL) moot court as a member of the Yerevan State University (YSU) team which later achieved “Best Memorandum” award. Furthermore, Norayr Baghdasaryan has furthered his education through participation in numerous educational programs across Germany, Austria, France, Poland, Romania, and Georgia.

🔷 Norayr Baghdasaryan was a seasoned member of the Student Scientific Society of Yerevan State University, where he has honed his expertise in various domains. His primary areas of scientific interest encompass alternative dispute resolution, sports law and arbitration, IT law and data protection, public international law, and conflict of laws.