- Business law.
- Regulatory compliance.
- Consumer rights and protection in education and the travel industry.
- Pharma pricing, advertizing.
- Civil procedure.
2010 – "Legal Business in USA. Law Firm Management": Training for Partners and Top Executives of Law Firms. Lincoln Law School of San Jose, San Jose State University, California, USA.
- 2002-2007 – Ural State Law Academy
Yuliya's most notable accomplishments include:
- successful representation of a client challenging the findings of a field tax audit where she stepped in when the complicated case reached appeal filed by the taxpayer against the adverse judgment. Facing limitations on adducing evidence, Yulia had also to deal with the taxpayer-unfriendly case law in the Urals; yet she managed to convince the judges and change the case law for the better saving the client a considerable amount in assessed tax;
- representing a client arranging international education for Russian students in a consumer protection suit filed by a customer for damages; the services had been provided overseas, which complicated the case and led Yulia to conduct a thorough research on the education system in the UK, interact with the British college to gather evidence and investigate facts in order to defend her client against improper customer claims and persuade the court to dismiss all of them;
- representing an advertiser in a lengthy series of administrative and legal proceedings disputing road traffic authorities' orders to dismantle roadside billboards on grounds that the billboards did not comply with the standards, although the advertiser had obtained the authorities' approval. The case involved almost all possible procedural means, including bold challenging the jurisdiction of the arbitrazh court over the matter, expert evidence on the genuineness of the Sverdlovsk regional road traffic police chief on the official written consent to the installation of the billboards (which resulted in his eventual appearance before the court to testify), and ended in the court granting the plaintiff's relief and permitting the billboards to remain in place.