Andreas is a DPhil Law candidate in Jurisprudence at Corpus Christi College. He is supervised by Prof. Nicolaos Stavropoulos and his studies are generously supported by the AHRC (OOC DTP) – Corpus Christi Cowley studentship and the A.G. Leventis Foundation scholarship. The focus of his doctoral research is on legal norms and the ways that rules affect our normative reasons for action. He is currently co-convenor of the Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group and has been teaching the FHS Jurisprudence course for Corpus Christi College, Brasenose College, and Lincoln College (Oxford). His interests concern general and special jurisprudence, ethics, and the structure of normativity.
Prior to his current research, he read for his LLB and his LLM in Philosophy of Law at the University of Athens graduating from both with distinction and at the top of the class. He then moved to Oxford for his MJur and graduated with distinction. For his undergraduate and postgraduate studies he received the kind support of seven scholarships (Antonios Papadakis, MFHR, SYLFF, Lilian Voudouri, A.G. Leventis, Onassis, and A. Gazis).
Jurisprudence, Ethics, Normativity