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Julia Radanova

Passion-driven legal professional motivated to establish holistic and sustainable solutions for complicated problems of differing interests.

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Bulgaria, Netherlands
Bulgarian, English, Russian
Mediation Profile
My aspiration to enter the field of mediation is deeply rooted in my desire to:
  • go beyond the surface;
  • uncover hidden interests;
  • facilitate high-value conversations raising the self-awareness of their participants.

In my professional work, I have always strived to establish sustainable solutions that match in the best way possible conflicting positions while at the same time addressing interests hidden from the parties. The above has naturally led me to adopt the transformative style of mediation seeking long-term change in the communication between disputants. My legal background and experience as a lawyer, at the same time, allow me to add another lawyer of objectivity while inviting the legal framework to the mediation table. This seeks, on the one hand, to help parties find a way forward to the mutual path they are on, while on the other hand, allows for bringing higher consciousness and self-awareness to those in conflict.

Those concepts, taken in conjunction, have motivated me to choose mediation as not only as a profession but also as a personal devotion that underlines my life choices.

Current Position:

Managing partner at Legal Solutions Partners - a boutique law-firm I co-founded (http://legalsp.eu/)

Acting as an attorney-at-law and mediator


Legal counsel of international and national companies

Legal advisor for a wide range of renewable energy projects across the globe

Legal counsel in charge of setting up the legal framework for an alternative investment fund in charge of sound,  healthy and socially responsible investments


My experience is focused primarily in the commercial law, while I am currently involved in a growing number of family disputes.

Ministry of Justice, Bulgaria

Professional association of mediators in Bulgaria

The University of National and World Economy

Available upon request

Training and Education

PhD candidate – University of National and World Economy

  • Thesis of the academic research is focused on mediation in family relations.


Advance mediation skills – Harvard Negotiation Institute, Harvard Law School, 2014

  • Practical training and acquiring new skills for mediating disputes and for conducting successful negotiations.


Professional training experience – Institute of International Education, 2014

  • S. based professional training experience, primarily focusing on best practices in U.S. law enforcement and judicial review.


Professional mediator – registered in the Ministry of Justice of Bulgaria, 2012

  • Mentor of Sofia University student’s team having won the Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition organized by the Vienna International Arbitral Center, 2016
  • Coaching students’ teams participating in various mediation teams;
  • First ever Bulgarian Judge in the 10th International Commercial Mediation competition (ICC, Paris);
  • Trainer of the team of Sofia University participating in the International Commercial Mediation competition;
  • First ever Bulgarian Participant in the 7th International Commercial Mediation competition (ICC, Paris), reached 26th place out of 66.
  • Diploma for a Cross-Border mediation practice under a EU-funded project.
  • Member of the Professional Association of Mediators in Bulgaria.
  • Organizer of the first International Mediation Conference, held in Sofia, Bulgaria – 1-2 November, 2012.
  • Incorporator of European Network for Mediation
  1. “Domain names’ Legal protection”, publication in Obiter Dictum issue No. 5, financed by the University of Cambridge;
  2. “Employee Benefits and Executive compensation”, publication in Practical Law, Thomson Reuters, 2011;
  3. “Multi-step dispute resolution clauses in commercial cases – scope and application”, publication in Business and Law – legal framework development issue of the University of National and World Economy;
  4. “Inserting a multi-step dispute resolution clauses in commercial cases”, publication in issue No. 4 of Legal review, Review of Attorney Legal Issues and Universal Methodology - „RALIUM“;
  5. “Legal framework in family mediation cases”, publication in Business and Law – legal framework development issue of the University of National and World Economy, 2017;
Julia Radanova
Managing partner
Legal Solutions Partners
56, Alabin str., fl. 5, office 5
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