Ioanna Anastasopoulou, Managing Partner
Ioanna Anastasopoulou, Managing Partner
Ioanna Anastasopoulou was educated at the University of Athens School of Law (LL.B.), and the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LL.M, Dr. juris). She is a member of the Athens Bar Association, the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association, the Hellenic Society of Criminal Law, and the European Criminal Bar Association. She lectures in Criminal Law at the University of Athens in her capacity as an Academic Associate.

Ioanna has been a Counselor of the General Secretariat of the Greek Government (2009) and a member of the Delegation of the Ministry of Justice in the Greek Presidency of the European Union (2014). She has sat on the Board of the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association since July 2016. She has published in German, English and Greek on matters of European and international criminal law and has presented papers on business and financial crimes, criminal procedure and human rights at numerous conferences.

Ioanna has an excellent record when it comes to dealing with demanding and high profile criminal cases. She has handled a number of significant criminal cases covering a wide range of mostly white collar offences.

Languages: Greek, German, English, French.

Publications:
  • “Artistic freedom and the right to personality. Diachronic issues” (in Greek), in: Art of Crime, May 2019.
  • “The notion of legal goods in International Criminal Law”, in: E. Buis / M. Bergsmo (eds.), Foundations of International Criminal Law: Its Intellectual Roots, Related Limits and Potential, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher.
  • “Comment on Nr. 10/2017 decision of the Supreme Court of Appeals”, in: Νοva Criminalia 1/2017, p. 9.
  • “Commentary: Law on criminal liability of Government members (L. 3126/2003)” (in Greek), in: S. Pavlou / T. Samios (eds.), Special Criminal Laws, 2016.
  • “The limitations of Art. 86 par. 3 section 2 of the Greek Constitution regarding the Prosecution of Government members” (in Greek), in: Poinika Chronika 2016, pp. 411–417, and in: Laudatio for C. Argyropoulos, 2016, pp. 71–86.
  • Active and passive bribery in the private sector (in Greek), in: Hellenic Criminal Bar Association (ed.), Penal management of bribery—Options and limits, 2013, pp. 179–212.
  • Cumulative offences: even further than the abstract endangerment? (in Greek), Poinika Chronika 2012, p. 561–574.
  • Zur aktuellen Leistungsfähigkeit des viktimologischen Ansatzes, in: Μ. Heinrich / C. Jäger / B. Schünemann et al. (eds.), Strafrecht als Scientia Universalis, Festschrift für Claus Roxin, 2011, pp. 1927–1942.
  • Greek Criminal Law Commentary—(Articles Nr. 299 [homicide], 306 (exposure to danger), 307 (omission to rescue from life endangerment) (in Greek) in: A. Charalambakis (ed.), Commentary Greek Criminal Law, Vol. II, 2011, pp. 889–933, 1031–1060, 1061–1072.
  • Deliktstypen zum Schutz kollektiver Rechtsgüter, Beck, 2005 (in German)
Ioanna Anastasopoulou was educated at the University of Athens School of Law (LL.B.), and the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LL.M, Dr. juris). She is a member of the Athens Bar Association, the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association, the Hellenic Society of Criminal Law, and the European Criminal Bar Association. She lectures in Criminal Law at the University of Athens in her capacity as an Academic Associate.

Ioanna has been a Counselor of the General Secretariat of the Greek Government (2009) and a member of the Delegation of the Ministry of Justice in the Greek Presidency of the European Union (2014). She has sat on the Board of the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association since July 2016. She has published in German, English and Greek on matters of European and international criminal law and has presented papers on business and financial crimes, criminal procedure and human rights at numerous conferences.

Ioanna has an excellent record when it comes to dealing with demanding and high profile criminal cases. She has handled a number of significant criminal cases covering a wide range of mostly white collar offences.

Languages: Greek, German, English, French.

Publications:
  • “Artistic freedom and the right to personality. Diachronic issues” (in Greek), in: Art of Crime, May 2019.
  • “The notion of legal goods in International Criminal Law”, in: E. Buis / M. Bergsmo (eds.), Foundations of International Criminal Law: Its Intellectual Roots, Related Limits and Potential, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher.
  • “Comment on Nr. 10/2017 decision of the Supreme Court of Appeals”, in: Νοva Criminalia 1/2017, p. 9.
  • “Commentary: Law on criminal liability of Government members (L. 3126/2003)” (in Greek), in: S. Pavlou / T. Samios (eds.), Special Criminal Laws, 2016.
  • “The limitations of Art. 86 par. 3 section 2 of the Greek Constitution regarding the Prosecution of Government members” (in Greek), in: Poinika Chronika 2016, pp. 411–417, and in: Laudatio for C. Argyropoulos, 2016, pp. 71–86.
  • Active and passive bribery in the private sector (in Greek), in: Hellenic Criminal Bar Association (ed.), Penal management of bribery—Options and limits, 2013, pp. 179–212.
  • Cumulative offences: even further than the abstract endangerment? (in Greek), Poinika Chronika 2012, p. 561–574.
  • Zur aktuellen Leistungsfähigkeit des viktimologischen Ansatzes, in: Μ. Heinrich / C. Jäger / B. Schünemann et al. (eds.), Strafrecht als Scientia Universalis, Festschrift für Claus Roxin, 2011, pp. 1927–1942.
  • Greek Criminal Law Commentary—(Articles Nr. 299 [homicide], 306 (exposure to danger), 307 (omission to rescue from life endangerment) (in Greek) in: A. Charalambakis (ed.), Commentary Greek Criminal Law, Vol. II, 2011, pp. 889–933, 1031–1060, 1061–1072.
  • Deliktstypen zum Schutz kollektiver Rechtsgüter, Beck, 2005 (in German)

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