David Tkeshelashvili

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David Tkeshelashvili (Georgian: დავით ტყეშელაშვილი) (born October 16, 1969) is a Georgian Attorney

Early years[edit]

Tkeshelashvili was born on October 16, 1969 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Chairman of the Regional Department of the Citizens' Union's Youth Branch in 1993-1995, serving as the organization's press secretary from 1994 to 1995. In 1995, he was elected to the Georgian Parliament becoming deputy majority leader. Tkeshelashvili graduated from Tbilisi State University with a degree in Law. In 1998-2002, he was the chairman of the youth branch of the Citizen's Union. In 1999, he was re-elected to the parliament, working as chairman of the Subcommittee for Relations with Media and Non-governmental Organizations of the Human Rights Committee from 1999 through 2003. In 2004, Tkeshelashvili was re-elected as MP for the third term from National Movement - Democrats. The following year, he won Edmund S. Muskie scholarship, subsequently obtaining LLM from Emory University in 2006.[1] At the university, he was conferred with Sheth Distinguished International Alumni Award.[2]

Career[edit]

David is an International Law lecturer at Emory University and his recent research interest is Fintech International Laws.

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