The Public order exception in international trade, investment, human rights and commercial disputes
Kluwer International, 2020

book chapters

Chapter “EU Public Procurement” in Architect’s Legal Handbook, Tenth Edition, Taylor & Francis, 2020

Chapter 8 “Distribution” in Competition Law of the European Union, Second – Sixth Editions, LexisNexis, 2017 – 2022

book reviews

Nicola Ch Corkin, “Europeanization of Judicial Review”, Political Studies Review, Volume 14, Issue 4 (August 2016)


“Reading through the crystal ball: the future of digital platform services in the EU and beyond”, Antitrust Chronicle, LexisNexis, forthcoming, 2022

“From internationalism to cosmopolitanism: using domestic public law reference mechanisms to legitimize the full review of sovereign macroeconomic policies in investment arbitration”, Indian Journal of International Arbitration, Volume 7, Issue 1 (July 2018)

“In the Name of Public Procurement Liberalization: The Interaction Between the WTO’s Government Procurement Agreement and International, Regional and Domestic Instruments – Three Shades of Synergy” Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, Volume 11, Issue 11 (December 2015)

“Thematic Analysis: Criminal Evidence and Procedure”, Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, Volume 1, Issue 2 (May 2012) (co-authored with Dr Shona Wilson)

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“The importance of the General Principles Chapter in the 1982 Constitution of the People’s Republic of China”, De Jure Law Student Magazine, Issue 4 (November 2011)

“The right to trial within reasonable time” (co-authored with E. Samlidis), Armenopoulos Law Review, Issue 31 (2010) (in Greek)

“The Legal Education and Profession in the U.S.”, De Jure Law Student Magazine, Issue 2 (February 2009)

“The Lisbon Treaty: The President of the European Council- issues of Legitimacy and Power”, Europaiki Ekfrasi Law Review, Issue 70 (November 2008) (in Greek)

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other publications

“Restrictions on Online Sales”, Global Competition Review, Digital Markets Guide, First Edition, 2021 (co-authored with S. Mavroghenis)(by invitation)

The public policy exception under Article V(2)(b) of the New York Convention in the time of Covid-19”, Young ICCA Blog and Kluwer Arbitration Blog, February 2021

Book presentation: The public order exception in international trade, investment, human rights and commercial disputes”, ILA Reporter Australia (by invitation), October 2020

“The European Commission extends its settlement procedure to abuse of dominance cases under Article 102 TFEU”, Lexology, September 2016 (co-authored with M. Powell, J. Jourdan, K. Struckmann and I. Trichkovska)

“Parties to an Arbitration Agreement”, lecture given at the Brussels Arbitration Academy (October 2017) (by invitation)

"Arbitration and EU Competition Law: A Discussion of the Recent Case-law", Private Enforcement of Competition Law, Conference organized by the University of East Anglia Law School’s Centre for Competition Policy (September 2017) (by invitation)

“TTIP: a Story of Changes, Challenges and Concessions - the Way to a Standing Court of Arbitration”, presented at seminar organized by the Association of International Arbitration (May 2016) (by invitation)

“Arbitration and Third Parties”, lecture given at the Brussels Arbitration Academy (December 2015) (by invitation)

Various presentations and lectures on international dispute resolution given in the framework of the International Max Planck Research School for Successful Dispute Resolution (IMPRS-SDR) in Luxembourg (periods between 2015 – 2019)

“The Influence of the ECHR on the Jurisprudence of International Courts and Tribunals Applying Exceptions Provisions for the Protection of the Public Order”, Conference organized by ESIL and iCourts on “The Influence, Legacy and Future of the European Court of Human Rights in the International Legal Order (June 2021)(peer selected)

"International Arbitrators as International Policy Makers: Philosophical Approaches as to their role – the way forward”, Annual Conference, Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (May 2012)(peer selected)

“Transitional Justice and the Right of Development. When Transitional Justice addresses the principles of International Investment Law”, Annual Student Conference organised by the Human Rights Law Center, University of Nottingham (February 2012)(peer selected)


Public Procurement – Demystifying the Applicable EU Rules (Webinar, 2022) in collaboration with MBL Seminars

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