Founder and Partner Kati Miller, before starting her own practice, Kati worked in an international law firm Gencs Valters, where she managed the Estonian branch and advised on wide range of areas from business law to Mergers and Acquisitions and Due Diligences. Kati also has significant experience from KPMG which is one of the Big 4 audit companies and where she worked at tax and legal department. In her background she also has experience in criminal law and from prosecutor’s office, court and Chancellor of Justice Office.
Kati is socially active and belongs to several NGOs, she is also member of Estonian Lawyers Association and alumni at European Law Students Association (ELSA) Estonia and Sorority Lembela.
Benefits of Estonian Tax System. Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, magazine Focus. 05/2015
Family violence in the Republic of Estonia. L. 80-83. Bibliograpfia Iuridica Estonica.015. Perevägivald Eesti Vabariigis: [magistritöö] / Tartu Ülikool, õigusteaduskond Tallinnas; juhendaja: Anna Markina. – Tallinn: Tartu Ülikool, 2014. – 103 l. – Bibl. l. 84-103.
Law amendment is a serious challenge. Seadusemuudatus on tõsine väljakutse. Äripäev. 07/2013
How to decrease the abuse of children?: one third of all offences against crimes of sexual self-determination victims are minors. Kuidas vähendada laste väärkohtlemist?: kolmveerand kõigist seksuaalse enesemääramise vastu suunatud kuritegude ohvritest on alaealised. Natalia Aleksejeva, Kati Kruut. Märka Last. 04/2013
National Researcher in the Legal Research Group on “Online Hate Speech”. ELSA International in cooperation with European Commission. 02/2014
National Researcher in the Legal Research Group on “How does legislation protect children victims from sexual violence in the national legal framework in Europe”. ELSA International in cooperation with European Commission. 03/2013