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email annaplevri@gmail.com

pin Nicosia, Cyprus

Prof. Dr. Anna Plevri obtained a law degree (LL.B.) (2002) from the Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki [Greece]. From the same Law School, she has also acquired a Postgraduate Diploma (LL.M.) on Civil, Civil Procedural Law and Labour Law (2006) and a Doctorate (2014) on Civil Procedural Law. For both the above mentioned LL.M. and Ph.D., she was honoured with the State Scholarships Foundation Fellowship (SSF). In addition, she obtained another LL.M. on International Law (2016) from the Law Department of the University of Thrace (Greece).

She has been trained in various countries, including Italy (2010), Germany (2009, 2015), United Kingdom (2011), Switzerland (2014) and the USA (2014, 2015). She is a certified Mediator on Civil, Commercial, Family Disputes and ODR (ADRg (UK) – ADR Center) and a trained arbitrator. She is a lawyer, member of the Bar Association of Thessaloniki [Greece] since 2004 and member of the Cyprus Bar Association. She is an author of a book regarding civil procedural law, she contributes as an author in many collaborative projects and many papers of her has been published in Greek and English language.

She has delivered several lectures in Greece, Cyprus and Switzerland, and since 2014, she is a Lecturer of Private Law and ADR at the University of Nicosia (Cyprus). Her research interests are Civil Procedural Law, Civil Law, Insolvency Law, Law of Contracts, Medical Law, Family Law, Arbitration, Mediation, Energy Law, Human Rights, Comparative Law and Private International Law.

  • Anna Plevri, ‘Trials of Legal Persons for Protecting Intellectual Property and Related Rights according to law 2121/1993’ (2015) 10 Legal Tribune 1647;
  • Anna Plevri, ‘Extension of the subjective limits of preventive measures during the opening of the settlement procedure as per article 100, par. 1 of the Bankruptcy Code, and after the ratification of the settlement procedure as per article 104, par. 1b of the Bankruptcy Code – The positions established in theory and in case law and the new legislation of article 103, par. 2 of the Bankruptcy Code, on the occasion of Decision 805/2011 of the Athens Court of Appeal’ (2011) 12 Civil Law Applications 1142.