• Levon Gevorgyan is the head of the 'Law' sector at Genesis Armenia. He is an expert in International Law and a Candidate of Juridical Sciences. Levon is the Senior Manager of Ernst & Young CJSC and the head of legal practice in Armenia.

  • Gevorgyan graduated from the Faculty of Law at Yerevan State University, then continued his studies in Washington (Washington College of Law, American University) specializing in International Legal Studies. Levon won the "Edmund Muskie" scholarship.

  • In 2009 he worked as a foreign legal expert at Public International Law and Policy Group law firm in Washington.

  • In 2010 he did an internship in New York at the Codification Division of the UN Office of Legal Affairs.

  • In 2008-2010, Gevorgyan worked as a specialist at the Department for Relations with the European Court of Human Rights at the RA Ministry of Justice.

  • In 2010-2013, he worked as a Senior Lawyer at "Harutiunian & Partners" Law Firm, then as a  managing partner at "LEGELATA" Law Firm.

  • In 2011-2015, Gevorgyan lectured on "International Humanitarian Law",  "International Protection of Human Rights" and "Humanitarian Law" at the Faculties of Law and International Relations of YSU.

  • Since 2017 Levon has been lecturing at the American UnIversity of Armenia on "Public International Law" and "Humanitarian Law".

  • Levon Gevorgyan is the co-author of "Armenophobia in Azerbaijan" report (http://www.ombudsnkr.am/docs/Armenophobia-in-Azerbaijan-1.00-Interactive-25.09.2018.pdf). He was the member of the team of lawyers representing Hayk Makuchyan and the relatives of Gurgen Margaryan in the case of  Makuchyan and Minasyan v. Azerbaijan and Hungary.

  • Gevorgyan is a member of the Working Group of the Chamber of Advocates of RA which introduced opinion on the package of amendments of RA constitution (http://www.advocates.am/en/news/view/1020.html).

  • Gevorgyan was also a member of the working team that prepared an amicus curiae presented to the ECHR by the "Centre de la protection internationale"  on the case of “Perinçek vs. Switzerland”.