GEORGIADES APOSTOLOS

Professor Emeritus, Law School - University of Athens; former Professor, University of Munich; Member of the Academia of Athens; Attorney-at-Law; Founder and first President of the Civil Law Practitioners Association of Greece; Member of the Association of the German Civil Law Professors; Founding member of the Society for Judiciairy Studies; Founder and Editing Director of law journal "Private Law Chronicles"
  • Arbitrator

18, Chatzikonstanti str
11524 Athens
Τ: 210 6930960
F: 210 6930999
E: mail@georgiades.com
W: www.georgiades.com

Areas of Expertise: Civil Law, Law of Obligations, Property Law, Family Law, Succession Law, Commercial Law, Banking Law, Construction Law.

Arbitration Experience: He has served as arbitrator and lawyer in arbitration proceedings, as well as expert on Greek law in international arbitrations.

Languages:  Greek, German, English

Education: Law Degree, University of Athens. Post-graduate studies in Civil Law in the University of Munich. Ph.D in Law, University of Munich (thesis: «Die Eigentumsanwartschaft beim Vorbehaltskauf – Zur Theorie der dinglichen Anwartschaften», 1963).

Professional Career: He was appointed Associate Professor at the Munich Faculty of Law in 1967 and Professor of Civil Law, Law of Civil Procedure, International Private Law and Comparative Law in 1970. In 1973 he was elected as Adjunct Professor in the Athens Faculty of Law and as a Professor of Civil Law in 1976. He taught as a visiting professor at the Faculty of Law of Thrace University and at the Superior School of Economic and Commercial Sciences (currently Economic University). He has been awarded an honorary doctorate degree by the University of Thessaloniki and the University of Thrace.

He has served as CEO of the National Real Estate Bank of Greece. He is member of the Union of German Civil Law practitioners. He founded the Union of Civil Law practitioners and served as its president for years. Since 2001 he is the Editing Director of the legal magazine “Private Law Chronicles”.