Artem Joukov has worked as a felony prosecutor in Florida and Alabama, where he tried over 100 bench and jury trials and handled a wide variety of cases. He has litigation experience in civil practice and has presided over a variety of legal disputes as an arbitrator and senior attorney. His academic work in Criminal Law, Trial Advocacy, and Constitutional Law has been published in a variety of law journals across the country, recently being cited and quoted by Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch of the Supreme Court of the United States and by a unanimous majority of the Supreme Court of Georgia. Joukov graduated cum laude from The University of Alabama School of Law, is a member of The Order of the Barrister, and represented his law school in trial advocacy and moot court competitions. He won first place as an individual advocate in the National Criminal Procedure Competition, was a finalist in the Campbell Moot Court Competition, and was awarded the sole full-tuitionTrial Advocacy Scholarship in his law school. Joukov holds an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and History, a Juris Doctor, an M.B.A., an M.S.B.R., and is completing his LL.M in International Business and Economic Law at the University of Southern California.