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Theodora’s research interests lie in public international law, international economic law, and the interplay between international law and food security. Her thesis explores the role and potential of international economic law to meet the challenge of food insecurity. The PhD project is supervised by Professor Morten Broberg.
Prior to joining the University of Copenhagen, Theodora worked as a Research Associate to His Excellency James Crawford AC, Judge of the International Court of Justice, and in private legal practice in London. She has also worked as a researcher at Aarhus University, Leiden University and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law.
Theodora has studied law at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (LL.B – 4-year degree in law) and Leiden University (LL.M in Public International Law).
Theodora is admitted to practice law in Greece (member of the Thessaloniki Bar – non-practicing).