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Lida Agapiou

Lida Agapiou was born in Limassol, Cyprus on the 20th July 1996.

She studied Law at the University of Essex in UK, where she was awarded with an LLB (Hons) degree.
During her studies he completed among other, modules of Company Law, Family Law and the European and International law.

She further acquired a Postgraduate LLM degree in International Protection of Human Rights at Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Moscow).

Lida specializes in Civil litigation, Family and Land law.

She is fluent in Greek, English and Russian.

 

Tonia Tilliridou

Tonia Tilliridou was born in Limassol, Cyprus on 5th of December 1998.

She studied LLB(Hons) Law at the University of Reading.

She further obtained a specialist Master of Laws (LLM) in Professional Legal Practice and a Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Law, in which she was awarded with Distinction.

Her Master’s Thesis was: “To what extent does the current legislation adequately protect small businesses when they purchase goods and services from larger multi-national businesses?” 

Tonia specialises in Corporate and Commercial Law (Intellectual Property Rights, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Real Estate Law and Dispute Resolution).

She is fluent in Greek and English.

 

Maria Pelivanidi

Maria was born in Larnaca, Cyprus on the 28th of April 1996.

She studied Law at the University of Nicosia, where she was awarded with an LL.B. (Hons) degree.

She further pursued with a specialist Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Maritime Law and Shipping Management at Frederick University in Limassol.

Her Master’s Dissertation was “Autonomous ships, sea piracy and investment decisions- investigating the triangular relationship in the context of maritime law”.

Maria specialises in Maritime Law, Marine Insurance, Commercial Shipping, Oil and Gas management, Global Trade Practice,  Banking and Shipping Finance and Economics of Sea Transport.

She is fluent in Greek and English and has a good knowledge of Russian and French