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Marta Basystiuk is a legal expert who has worked extensively to support judicial and public-sector reforms in Ukraine. As a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Marta will study the benefits of digital transformation, and explore innovative ways to improve equitable learning and human capital development that are essential for Ukraine's long-term success.

Over the past years, Marta has supported various state institutions, civil society, and international organizations to improve the quality of governance, including through integration of technologies and digital tools. Prior to joining the Berkman Klein Center, Marta led the implementation of two Council of Europe projects aimed at improving effectiveness of Ukraine's justice system and strengthening its institutional capacities. She also worked on the establishment of the High Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine and served a a Law and Procedures Advisor at the US Department of Justice’s ICITAP program, where she contributed to the set-up of the new police force in Ukraine.

Marta holds an LLM degree from the University of Pennsylvania and Master of Laws in International Business Law from Central European University and Bachelor of Law from the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”.