Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia

Mamuka Kikaleishvili

 

m.kikaleishvili@mra.gov.ge
  Mamuka Kikaleishvili
Deputy head of the Legal Department



Date of Birth: 1973, 12 April.

Marital Status:

   
Work Experience:

2013 March-to present Acting deputy head of the Legal Department of the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from  the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia.
2010 December - 2012 June Ltd “International Enterprise of the Hospitals Operation” –lawyer. Ltd “Aditi”-Lawyer.
2008 December - 2010 October Deputy head of Legal Department of the Economics and Sustainable Development Ministry of Georgia.
2007 July - 2008 December Head of Legal Provision division of the Legal department of the MRA.
2004 - 2007 Head of Legal department of the Defense Ministry of Georgia.
2004 May - July Expert- Reforms Agency of the Interior Affairs Ministry of Georgia.
1997 - 2004 Leading specialist of Committee Apparatus of the Defense and Security committee of the Georgian Parliament.
1996 March - 1997 April Adviser in the legal-legislative issues. State Department of Youth Affairs of Georgia.

Public Activity:

Young Lawyers Association of Georgia.

Education:

1988 - 199 Tbilisi Engineering Technical college. Speciality- Engineer –Technologist
1992 - 1997 Tbilisi Secular Institute “Rvali”. Faculty-legal. Specialization-Jurisprudence. Qualification-  lawyer.
1999 August - December George Marshal Security Studies European Center, executive course.
 
Qualification Workshops and Conferences:

1998 June Hungary-Budapest. Two Week seminar of the Law Enforcement  Bodies of the International Academy. Theme: “Nuclear Arms Nonproliferation Control”.
1998 August George Marshal Center. Interparliamentary  Conference on Europe Safety and Democratization processes.   
1999  London Royal College. Preparatory course in Military-Civil Relations and Servicemen’s Rights Defense.   
2001 Moldova, Kishinev.  Conference on Armed Forces Parliamentary Control and Servicemen’s Rights Defense.  
2003 Belgium, Brussels. NATO Parliamentary Assembly Seminar: “Parliamentary Control Mechanisms in Military forces”.
2004 June  Washington seminars: Armed Forces and Legal Bodies Reforms. Proceedings: “Significance of Establishing Nonmilitary, Alternative Labor Service “, “Legal Mechanisms and Problems”. “Military-Civil Relations and Democratic Control over Armed Forces”, “History of Military Law”, “Review of the Georgian Military law”, “Georgian Parliamentary Control”, “Democratic Audit of Defense and Security  Issues”.

Computer literacy:

MS Office

Languages:

Georgian (Native), Russian



 

Work Experience:

2013 March-to present Acting deputy head of the Legal Department of the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from  the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia.
2010 December-2012 June Ltd “International Enterprise of the Hospitals Operation” –lawyer. Ltd “Aditi”-Lawyer.
2008 December-2010 October Deputy head of Legal Department of the Economics and Sustainable Development Ministry of Georgia.
2007 July-2008 December Head of Legal Provision division of the Legal department of the MRA.
2004-2007 Head of Legal department of the Defense Ministry of Georgia.
2004 May-July Expert- Reforms Agency of the Interior Affairs Ministry of Georgia.
1997-2004 Leading specialist of Committee Apparatus of the Defense and Security committee of the Georgian Parliament.
1996-March-1997 April Adviser in the legal-legislative issues. State Department of Youth Affairs of Georgia.

Public Activity:
Young Lawyers Association of Georgia.

Education:
1988-199 Tbilisi Engineering Technical college. Speciality- Engineer –Technologist
1992-1997 Tbilisi Secular Institute “Rvali”. Faculty-legal. Specialization-Jurisprudence. Qualification-  lawyer.
1999 August-December George Marshal Security Studies European Center, executive course.
 
Qualification Workshops and Conferences:

1998 June- Hungary-Budapest. Two Week seminar of the Law Enforcement  Bodies of the International Academy. Theme: “Nuclear Arms Nonproliferation Control”.
1998 August -George Marshal Center. Interparliamentary  Conference on Europe Safety and Democratization processes.   
1999- London Royal College. Preparatory course in Military-Civil Relations and Servicemen’s Rights Defense.   
2001- Moldova, Kishinev.  Conference on Armed Forces Parliamentary Control and Servicemen’s Rights Defense.  
2003- Belgium, Brussels. NATO Parliamentary Assembly Seminar: “Parliamentary Control Mechanisms in Military forces”.
2004 June-  Washington seminars: Armed Forces and Legal Bodies Reforms. Proceedings: “Significance of Establishing Nonmilitary, Alternative Labor Service “, “Legal Mechanisms and Problems”. “Military-Civil Relations and Democratic Control over Armed Forces”, “History of Military Law”, “Review of the Georgian Military law”, “Georgian Parliamentary Control”, “Democratic Audit of Defense and Security  Issues”.

Computer literacy:

MS office

Languages:

Georgian (Native), Russian