In 2009, he graduated from the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law Academy.
He served as Investigator at the Internal Affairs Department for three years.
Since 2012, he has been Managing Partner of ‘Tikhonenkov, Nadolia, Shadrin and Associates‘, the Lawyers Association in the city of Kharkiv.
In 2017, he opened his office in the city of Irpin, Kyiv Oblast.
He has specialization in Criminal Cases and Representation in the European Court of Human Rights.
In April of 2018, he became a partner at Barristers Lawyers Association.
- The acquittal sentence on accusation under the Criminal Code of Ukraine, Article 115, Part 1, (Intentional Murder);
- Release from custody (Changed for house arrest) of two persons (Both Alla Aleksandrovska and Nelia Shtepa), who have been charged under the Criminal Code of Ukraine, Article 110, due to his communication with the European Court of Human Rights in accordance with Rule 39 of the Rules of the Court (Application of security measures), despite the fact that the only possible preventive measure envisaged by the legislation of Ukraine for such accusation is detention;
- Significant number of closed criminal cases and convictions with significantly milder offence qualifications for prisoners, partialy ‘suspended‘ sentences etc.;
- Significant number of cases pending communications with the European Court of Human Rights (which have not been completed due to long time procedures in that court).
In 2013, he visited the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg under the study curriculum. In September 2016, he trained representatives of non-governmental organizations concerning the practice of the European Court of Human Rights and procedures on how to recourse to it.