Inna Semeniuk


Inna Semeniuk is an Employment and Corporate Immigration solicitor.

Inna has successfully completed her Graduate Diploma in Law course and LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law. In addition, Inna holds a law degree (LLM, LLB)  from the top Ukrainian university.

Inna has completed the Oxford Blockchain Programme at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School which consolidates relevant information on blockchain for lawyers and legal professionals by showcasing best use cases, value propositions, and implementation strategies in the blockchain industry.

Inna has interest and experience in AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning as well and skilled in Python (programming language). She actively implements her knowledge of new technologies in the legal field into the work of the company and provides legal support for various startups and projects in this area. Inna fully understands needs of start-up and SME, and has assisted many entrepreneurs with relocation from Dubai, Brazil, Russia, and Ukraine.

Inna successfully handled dozens of Sponsor Licence application.

Inna attended a number of workshops and seminars dedicated to the AI and machine learning such as:

  • Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in Digital Economy: to unlock the value of Big Data
  • Develop a Successful AI Startup Company Today
  • AI in Business – Joining the Dots
  • Blockchain London seminar
  • London’s 02 Arena Seminar
  • What Can Chatbots Do for your Business and others.

Inna has an individual and exclusive approach to her work and always ready to provide the best possible assistance to the clients.

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