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Dr Pavlos Eleftheriadis
Advises and undertakes litigation work on all aspects of EU law, public procurement, education, immigration and human rights. He has experience of litigation before the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Human Rights and the English courts. Managing editor of David Vaughan QC and Aidan Robertson (eds.), ‘The Law of the EU’, vols. 1-6 looseleaf (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), the main encyclopaedia of EU law in English. Recent work has involved public procurement, development agreements and section 106 planning obligations. Pavlos has extensive experience of applications to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Cases include: Khudados v UK, European Court of Human Rights (application: September 2010); Seaport v Department of the Environment, ECJ, 2009; Housing Association of War Disabled and War Victims v Greece, European Court of Human Rights (Application: September 2002). Article 1, First Protocol; Kousoulakos v Greece, European Court of Human Rights (Application: October 2006) Article 7. He also teaches public law and European Union law at Oxford University where he is a fellow of Mansfield College.
Lecturer in law Queen Mary and Westfield College, London 1995-98; lecturer in law London School of Economics 1998-2003; visiting professor in European Economic Law Columbia University 2001; University lecturer in law, University of Oxford and Fellow in Law Mansfield College, Oxford 2003; called to the Bar 2006, Lincoln’s Inn; academic member Francis Taylor Building 2008.
Greek, German, French.
Bar European Group; JUSTICE; Constitutional and Administrative Bar Association; Procurement Lawyers Association; Immigration Law Practitioners Association.
University of Athens (1990 BA); Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (1991 LLM; 1995 PhD).