Karen Andreasyan studied in various institutions including the Law Faculty of
Yerevan State University, obtaining a PhD from the same Faculty, University of
California, Berkeley, University of Oxford in Great Britain, Canadian Center
for Human Rights, European Journalism Center in the Netherlands.
He worked in state bodies of the Republic of Armenia including Yerevan
Municipality, RA Ministry of Defense, First Instance Court, and taught Human
Rights and Administrative Law at Secondary School N120 and RA Police Academy.
He studied at Law Faculty of Yerevan State University.
He worked in a number of non-governmental organizations, including the Armenian
Bar Association Center for pro bono legal services /as a director/, “Civil
Education Program” international organization /as a project coordinator/,
“Internews” NGO /as a lawyer/. During the specified period he taught human
rights in Abkhazia, South Ossetia and in seminars for journalists held in
2003 Mr. Andreasyan worked as a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Socio-Legal
Studies at University of Oxford in Great Britain.
He worked in a number of international organizations as an international expert
and advisor, including in “Article 19” in Great Britain, “Open Society Justice
Initiative” in Hungary, “Access to Information” in Bulgaria.
He worked in American Bar Association as a lawyer, then as a chief lawyer and
finally as a deputy director.
He worked as an advisor to the President of the Constitutional Court of the
Republic of Armenia.
He worked as a director of “DEFENCE” Law Firm.
He realized a number of television and civic projects. In cooperation with
European Journalism Center, he organized a competition on Information Law and
Investigative Journalism for law and journalism students. He conducted the
program "State Issues" at "Yerkir Media" TV Company and the
program "In Reality" at Armenia TV Company.
Andreasyan is author of about twenty published scientific articles, educational
materials and other works.