I hold a Ph.D degree in public international law from the EUI for my doctoral thesis ‘Protecting the Environment Against the Impacts of Armed Conflict’, which was conducted under the supervision of Professor Nehal Bhuta. Since July 2019, I am the Legal and Policy Analyst of the Conflict and Environment Observatory, a UK-based NGO, which aims to increase awareness of the environmental impacts of armed conflict.
I have visited the University of Michigan Law School as a Michigan Grotius Research Scholar and have served as a Teaching Fellow at the Euro-American Programme of SciencesPo, Reims campus where I taught international law, human rights law, international humanitarian law, and law of the use of force.
I hold an undergraduate degree in law and an LLM in international law from the University of Athens, an LLM in international law from the London School of Economics, and an LLM in Comparative, European and International Laws from the EUI. I am a member of the Athens Bar Association and of the Hellenic Society of International Law and International Relations.
I have assisted Professor Jacobsson, member of the International Law Commission, during her tenure as Special Rapporteur for the topic ‘Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflicts’ in the 67th session of the International Law Commission. I have been awarded the Academy of Athens Scholarship for post-graduate studies on Public International Law and I am currently a scholar of the Greek State Scholarships Foundation and of the Foundation for Education and European Culture.