Georgi Ambarzumjan is a dual-qualified lawyer — Rechtsanwalt and Solicitor — and the Founding President of AGBU Germany. After working at several leading international law firms in New York, Frankfurt, and Berlin, including Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, he is now an Associate Attorney in the M&A practice group of the global law firm Squire Patton Boggs in Berlin.
He is a recipient of the AGBU International Scholarship, an alumnus of the Goriz Leadership Development Program initiated by AGBU Europe, and was involved in the establishment of the AGBU-HAIK office. In a joint project with the Anne Frank Educational Center on the centenary of the Armenian Genocide, Mr. Ambarzumjan contributed to the publication of an anthology with an analysis on the Armenian identity in the diaspora.
Mr. Ambarzumjan was educated at Goethe University and Université Paris Nanterre and holds a Degree in Law from Goethe University where he is also pursuing a Doctorate in Law. Most recently, he was a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University in the City of New York.