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Russian foreign advocate practicing in Sark, Channel Islands
Stanislovas Tomas was born in 1983. At the age of 21 he became a representative of the impeached President Rolandas Paksas of Lithuania before the European Court of Human Rights. At that time the impeached President had 4 lawyers, but the Strasbourg Court rejected all the arguments of other lawyers and accepted as valid only the part written by Stanislovas.
After studies in Brussels, Leuven, Louvain, Vilnius, San Marino, Namur, Luxembourg, Riga, London, Berlin, Madrid, Venice, New York, Boston, Oslo, in 2010 he defends PhD in law at La Sorbonne (Paris).
In 2013 he was called to the Bar of the Moldovan Republic of Transnistria. His admission was advised by advocate Jacques Vergès. In 2016 Prof. S. Tomas was called to the Bar of Andorra, and to the Foreign Bar of Russia. The same year he moved to live in Sark, Channel Islands. In 2017 he was called to the Bar of Ukraine.
In 2014 Dr S. Tomas obtains three titles of full professor of law from the Russian New University (Moscow), the Eurasian Academy of Law and the Narxoz University (Almaty, Kazakhstan), and becomes the youngest university professor in Moscow and Kazakhstan.
Stanislovas Tomas speaks English, French, Russian, Polish, Catalan, Spanish, Portugese, Lithuanian, Latvian, Belarusian, Dutch, German, learns Chinese, Bulgarian and Ukrainian.
Professor Stanislovas TOMAS has the "genius and madness" genotype no. rs6994992(T;T)-rs1800955(C;T)-rs9536314(G;T)-rs17070145(T;T)-rs1799990(A;A) in his DNA.
Establishing a company on the Island of Sark gives you the right to pay 0 % corporate tax & 0 % VAT. Moving to live in Sark reduces your annual tax burden to something from GBP 275 to 6500.
If you have lost your case before the Supreme Court of your country, you have the right of appeal before the United Nations Human Rights Committee. The deadline is 5 years from the defeat at the level of the national supreme court, or 3 years from the date of dissmissal by a regional court (European Court of Human Rights, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights or the African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights).