Mira Todorovic Symeonides > Rokas Law Firm > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile
Rokas Law Firm Offices
25, 25A BOUKOURESTIOU STREET
106 71 ATHENS
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Mira Todorovic Symeonides
Energy Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Privatizations, Concessions, Business Law
Born in Belgrade, Serbia; qualified both in Serbian and Greek law; Belgrade Bar Association – admitted 1993 (transferred to Athens); admitted to Athens Bar Association 2007.
Leads the Rokas’ Energy Team and has more than 20 years of experience in Greece and SE European countries in the energy sector, including on large scale multiple jurisdictional projects, involving also regulatory, environment, dispute resolution issues as well as cross-border matters. She represents clients before courts and energy authorities, and has been engaged in different aspects of energy law cases, including unbundling and liberalisation of energy markets; energy trade and energy supply issues, project financing; licensing of energy entities and other regulatory and pricing issues; EU acquis compliance studies in regard to RES and Public Procurement in Energy, as well as certain issues of concession law. She supervises Rokas’ offices of SEE in regard to energy law issues.
She is the editing author of Rokas Energy Newsflash being issued since June 2013 and covering the energy related news/information of: Energy Markets, Electricity, Oil and Gas, Renewables, Energy Infrastructure, Energy Efficiency, Competition – State Aid, in EU, Greece and the countries of SEE(particularly Serbia, Croatia, BiH, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Albania, Bulgaria, Poland, Romania).
Serbian, English, Greek, French.
Member of the Greek Energy Law Association (2017- present);
Member of the BoD of the Serbian Energy Law Association (2018 – present).
University of Belgrade, Law Faculty (LL.M. 2012, in Civil Law, Dissertation “Exemption clauses -comparative solutions in European countries and development trends”; LL.B. 1991); DIKATSA University of Athens, Law Faculty (Recognition of Law Faculty Degree in Greece, 2003).