I began my academic career with a Bachelor in Laws (LLB) at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, followed by a Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law at the University of Edinburgh. After teaching overseas for a few years, I obtained a Master of Arts (MA) in Philosophy at Arizona State University (USA) and later began my PhD at The Dickson Poon School of Law of King's College London on legitimacy as an essentially contested concept. I have submitted my written thesis and successfully passed the oral defense.
My research interests include jurisprudence and legal theory, international law, human rights, ethics, and social and political philosophy. I teach Jurisprudence and legal theory and Law in Context at Queen Mary School of Law. I have also lectured in Law and Social Theory at King's College London School of Law.