Ekaterine Egutia (Harvard LLM ’15) is the General Counsel of TBC Bank, a leading commercial bank in the Republic of Georgia.
Before joining the bank, she worked as the Deputy Head of the National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia. Ekaterine served as Georgia’s trade negotiator in Georgia-EU free trade agreement negotiations where she was in charge of intellectual property matters. Ekaterine was a delegate of Georgia in the World Intellectual Property Organization during 2010-2014. In 2009-2010 Ekaterine Egutia served as the Chief Legal Officer of the Ministry of Finance of Georgia. Before her career with the government Ekaterine worked for several years as a legal consultant to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the European Union (EU) on a variety of projects.
Before her studies at Harvard Law School, Ekaterine Egutia earned her law degree from Tbilisi State University in Georgia, Bachelor of business administration from the University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki, Finland, and Master of European Law from the Lund University in Sweden. Ekaterine earned her LL.M degree from Harvard Law School in 2015.