Pavlos Eleftheriadis – Can the Greek Economy Be Reformed?

The Oxford University Greek Society is pleased to welcome Dr Pavlos Eleftheriadis to speak on the Greek economy and whether it can be reformed. The event will take place on Thursday 9th of March, 17:30pm- 19:30pm at seminar room F in the Faculty of Law.

Pavlos Eleftheriadis is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law and a Fellow of Mansfield College. He teaches European Union law, Constitutional law and philosophy of law. He is also a barrister in England and Wales and practises in EU and public law from Francis Taylor Building in the Temple.  In 2016-2017 he is also a part-time visiting professor at the European Law and Governance School, Athens.

He studied at the Universities of Athens (BA, 1990) and Cambridge (LLM, 1991, PhD, 1995). Before joining Oxford he was a lecturer at the London School of Economics. He has been a visiting professor of European Law at Columbia University and a visiting fellow in Hellenic Studies at Princeton. He was awarded the Bodossaki Prize for Law in 2005.

His personal website is at: You can follow him on twitter at @PEleftheriadis.