Michail Wladimiroff (10 January 1945 -) studied law at Leiden University. He is professor emeritus of Economic Criminal Law at Utrecht University and has been a prominent advocate for 43 years. He chaired and participated in various (inter)national professional and academic organizations and committees. As specialist in matters of corporate criminal law, with a focus on criminal responsibility of management, he was involved in most high-profile fraud cases in the Netherlands of the past decades. Besides this expertise, he had an excellent reputation as lawyer in international humanitarian law cases. He was defense counsel in the Tadić case before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). He was also defense counsel in the Musema case before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Wladimiroff was appointed amicus curiae in the Milošević case before the ICTY, represented the Republic of Liberia before the International Court of Justice concerning the international arrest warrant of Charles Taylor issued by the Special Court for Sierra Leone and was counsel for the Hariri family before the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.
He retired in 2015.