Anna is a DPhil student and tutor in Public International Law. Her thesis explores the availability of the defences codified in Part I, Chapter V of the Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts in international adjudication. Her research explores five adjudicative bodies or systems: the International Court of Justice; the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and arbitral tribunals constituted under Annex VII of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea; the WTO Dispute Settlement System; Investment Arbitration and the European Court of Human Rights. Her doctoral studies are supervised by Professor Catherine Redgwell, Chichele Professor of Public International Law at All Souls College and Professor Miles Jackson, Associate Professor of Law at Jesus College.
Anna has studied law at the University of Athens (LLB - 4year degree in Law; LLM in Public International Law (dist.)) and the University of Oxford (MJur (dist.); MPhil). For her LLM in Athens, she was awarded a scholarship for excellent academic credentials and strong leadership skills by the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff). Her studies in Oxford have been supported by the University of Athens "A. Gazis" Trust, the Peter Carter Graduate Scholarship in Law (Oxford Faculty of Law and Wadham College) and the Academy of Athens.
In addition to her academic studies Anna is a researcher for the Athens Public International Law Research Center. She is also a research assistant at the ‘Monaco Project’ on Satellite Monitoring of the High Seas, supervised by Prof Catherine Redgwell and Dr Efthymios Papastavridis and the Graduate Mooting Coordinator for the Oxford Law Faculty.
Anna has completed her legal traineeship and is admitted to practice law in Greece (member of the Athens Bar - non-practicing).