Ms. Venetia Argyropoulou

School : The School of Law
Position : Instructor, Law

Ms. Venetia Argyropoulou Mailing Address
Nicosia
Cyprus

22559504 22559504

Email: V.Argyropoulou@euc.ac.cy  V.Argyropoulou@euc.ac.cy

Profile

Venetia Argyropoulou is a Law Instructor at the European University Cyprus. She is educated in both civil and common law and has been actively practicing law in both Greece and Cyprus, while she has successfully passed the B.Bar in California, where she obtained her Juris Doctor. She has obtained her bachelor degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, a Master Degree in Maritime Law from the University of Oslo and a Master in International Public Law (specialization in Financial, Commercial and Investments Law) from the same University. Her PhD is conducted at the University of Tilburg, where she constitutes a member of the Center for Transboundary Legal Development (CTLD).

Adding to her education, she has worked in one of the biggest law Firms in Thessaloniki, while she is currently leading the commercial department of one of the oldest and most well-known Firms in Cyprus. She has, inter alia, worked as a scientific researcher for the University of Cyprus and as a Lecturer for the University of West London. She is a member of the Spark Legal Network and the Cyprus Correspondent of the IBFD, Tax Analysts, International Bar Association’s Taxes Committee, as well as the World Bank’s Women, Business and the Law Initiative.

Additionally, she is listed in the European Court of Auditor’s list of Experts in Financial Law and she has been selected as the best international law lawyer of Cyprus for 2016 by Best 100 and International Advisory Experts. Lastly, she is the IBA’s Individual Tax and Private Client Committee Scholar for 2017.

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Publications

  1. The HNS fund and its implications, A Critical Approach of the Second Tier of the HNS Convention from the time prior to its creation up to the changes incurred by the 2010 HNS Protocol, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K. 2011
  2. The Conversion of a Greek Non for Profit Company to a Societe Anonyme, Armenopoulos Law review, March 2012
  3. The HNS Convention and 2010 Protocol, the way towards entry into force-implications for the industry parties, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH& Co. KG 2012
  4. Cyprus- Cash Pooling, a Global Practical Guide, Globe Business Publishing Ltd, D 2012
  5. Portfolio Investors' remedies in sovereign default, the Greek Default, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH& Co. KG 2013
  6. Comprehensive Analysis of Cyprus Private Law, an Article by Article Analysis, co-authored with Eleni-Tatiani Synodinou, Philippe Jougliex, Andreas Christoforou, Georgia Parpa Sakkoulas, 2014
  7. Company law and succession in Cyprus, Kalss, co-authored with Eleni-Tatiani Synodinou, Andreas Christoforou, IACL World Congress 2014, Springer, 2015
  8. International Investment Treaties and the need for their interpretation, Hellenic Review of European Law published by CIEEL, March 2015
  9. Taxation as indirect expropriation, possible remedies under investment Law, 2nd Conference of Public Law Lawyers 2015, Nomiki Vivliothiki to be published within 2016.
  10.  Chapters for Cyprus on Lexis Nexis AML World Compliance and International Taxation Treatise.

Furthermore, she has several publications in international journals on investment law.

Conferences

EU Programs

Project Bright- LEGAL EDUCATION FOR EUROPE