Zolzaya Altantsetseg has 5 years of experience in business, judicial and in the law practice. She worked as a judge’s assistant in the Civil Court of Appeal for 4 years under the judge’s instructions, and gained excellent skills of preparing legal opinion in case proceedings and disputes.
Furthermore, When she was a university student, she led her team in the court debate competition in the “Mock Trial-2017” of the President of Mongolian Bar Association and successfully participated in the criminal case and won the first place. Zolzaya. A is a lawyer who represents clients in court, mainly responsible for clients’ cases and disputes and has successfully participated in civil cases such as family law, labor relations, and contract law in addition to criminal, administrative, and arbitration cases.
Education and Qualifications
- Bachelor of Arts (BA), School of Law of the Mongolian National University.
- Member of the Mongolian Bar Association
- Member of the Association of Mongolian Advocates.
Experience and Expertise
- Provide legal advice on any cases and disputes arising between civil parties, including but not limited to family law, labor law, and contract law, representing and participating as a lawyer in case proceedings;
- Provide legal advice and participating as a lawyer in crimininal and on violation proceedings, related to crimes and violation;
- Provide legal advice and participating as a lawyer in administrative proceedings;
- Provide legal advice and participating as a lawyer in arbitration proceedings,
- To provide advice on contracts, deals and activities concluded or about to be concluded between any citizen or legal entity in accordance with the law, and preventing any risks or disputes from happening;
- Human Resource manager (office manager, archivist, secretary) training program (2014)
- “Court Administrative Officer Training” course jointly organized by the Judicial General Council of Mongolia and the National Legal Institute of Mongolia (2017)
- Mongolian Bar Association’s continuous legal training for lawyers