Eirini is a DPhil candidate and law tutor at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the international law of the sea, environmental law and state responsibility. Eirini's studies, under the supervision of Professors Catherine Redgwell and Antonios Tzanakopoulos, are supported by the Onassis Foundation Graduate Scholarship.
Eirini is also a researcher at the Oxford Martin Programme on Sustainable Oceans, a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Law Faculty and International Law tutor in the Diplomatic Studies Programme at the Department of Continuing Education.
Eirini has studied law at the Democritus University of Thrace (LL.B (dist.)), the University of Athens (LL.M (dist.) in Public International Law) and the University of Oxford (Mjur(dist.) and MPhil). Her Magister Juris studies were supported by the Onassis Foundation Graduate Scholarship and for her performance, she received the St. Anne's Centenary Scholarship Award.
Eirini has worked as a trainee lawyer in Athens and is admitted to practice law in Greece (member of the Athens Bar). She has also worked as an intern in the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg.