Ivan Horodyskyy is a nonresident senior fellow with the Strategic Litigation Project at the Atlantic Council. He is a cofounder of the Dnistryanskyi Center for Politics and Law, where he manages projects related to compensation for Ukrainians for damages caused by Russian aggression. Since 2014, Horodyskyy has been a member of the Ukrainian Bar Association, joining the board in 2021 and becoming vice president of the association in 2023.

Since July 2020, Horodyskyy has been the managing partner of Dexis Partners Law Firm. In 2023, he was recognized by the Ukrainian legal newspaper Yurydychna Gazeta as being among the top one hundred lawyers in Ukraine and one of the leading lawyers in the practice areas of information technology law and compensation for war damages. From 2014 to 2020, Horodyskyy served as the founding director of the law school at the Ukrainian Catholic University. During his tenure, he oversaw the launch of a master’s program in human rights, several certificate programs, and the activities of the university’s Rule of Law Center.

Horodyskyy’s writing is regularly published in the Ukrainian media, including European Pravda and Yurydychna Gazeta. During Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, he engaged in volunteer assistance to the Ukrainian Defense Forces and was recognized for his contributions.

Horodyskyy lives and works in Lviv, Ukraine, where he has been practicing law since 2008. In 2009, he received a master’s degree in public international law from Ivan Franko Lviv National University. In 2014, he obtained a PhD with his thesis on the international legal status of foreign military bases.