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Evangelia D. Liapikou

Evangelia focuses mainly on the fields of public procurement, public and administrative law and civil litigation. She advises regularly economic operators in connection with the preparation of their tender offers as well as with objections and appeals before the Authority for Public Contracts (ΕΑΔΗΣΥ) and their filings before the Greek Administrative Courts. Her expertise spans all fields of public law and extends to cutting-edge environmental, city planning, tax, education and constitutional matters, where she is regularly advising clients across various sectors with respect to compliance with Greek and European laws and representing them before all Courts.

Evangelia’s experience includes working with clients in a wide range of industries including financial services, energy, real estate development, facility management, retail, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, construction, telecommunications and manufacturing.

She has also significant experience in civil litigation, as she has been handling complex cases and most often disputes relating to construction agreements and projects as well as claims for damages. Evangelia has also been representing clients in negotiations and before all courts.   


LL.B. in Law, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
LL.M. in Public Law, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece




Athens Bar Association

Memberships, Publications & Insights

Evangelia is a member of the Public Law Association (Athens, Greece) and a speaker at national conferences.

 Indicative presentations in conferences:

  • “The legal framework of students’ transfers in higher education based on the recent jurisprudence of the Council of State”, 3rd Annual Scientific Conference of the Public Law Association, Heraklion, Crete, April 2016.
  • “The Preliminary Evidence under L. 4412/2016 Art. 79”, 8th Annual Scientific Conference of the Public Law Association, March 2021.

Indicative publications:

  • “The Article 16 of the Constitution and the legal framework of students’ transfers (on the occasion of the Decision No 1251/2015 of the Council of State, in Plenum)”, The Constitution 1/2016, Ant. N. Sakkoulas Publications (in Greek Language)