She graduated from the Belarusian State University in 1987. In 2000 she was awarded PhD (Candidate of Sciences) in Law for the thesis “Organizational and Tactical Features of Additional Investigation of Criminal Cases”. She began teaching at the BSU in 1996.
She lectures on Criminalistics. Her research interests include Criminalistic techniques, Criminalistic tactics. She is in charge of the Criminalistic Scientific Club for law students, a member of the Council of Women of the BSU.
The recent publications are:
«Ethical Problems of Tactics of Selected Investigative and Other Procedural Actions» (2010) (co-authored with Alena P. Chupryna); “Tactics of Identification” (2011) (co-authored with Alena P. Chupryna).
Her most notable publication is “Criminalistics: Training Manual” (2008). The book is designed for students of specialized secondary institutions who study Criminalistics. It includes lectures, a range of instructions for organization of lessons on Criminalistics, various kinds of tests and other methodical materials.