Ekaterina Diyachenko graduated with honors from the Samara State University in 2006. In 2012 she defended a PhD thesis in private international law. Her professional background includes working at the Federal Financial Markets Service (2005-2007), at an arbitration court of appeal (2007-2010) and as an associate at a law firm (2010-2012) where she specialized in tax law and litigation. With the creation of the Court of the Eurasian Economic Community in 2012 she started working as a legal assistant to a judge. She co-authored a book on the role of the Court in the Eurasian integration (Dyachenko, E.B., Myslivskii, P.P., Neshataeva, T.N. 2015.Evraziiskaya integratsiya: rol suda [Eurasian Integration: The Role of the Court]). From January 2015 she has been working as a counsellor to a judge at the newly created Court of the Eurasian Economic Union. She is the author of a number of articles on EAEU law and the case law of the EAEU Court. Her research interests include the legal aspects of Eurasian integration, procedural law and private international law.