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Dionysia - Theodora  AvgerinopoulouNEA DIMOKRATIA

Dionysia - Theodora Avgerinopoulou

Member of Parliament Ileia

Contact Info

Web Site:
https://www.avgerinopoulou.gr/en/
Email:
d.avgerinopoulou@parliament.gr
Address:
1 Mitropoleos str.,
10557 Athens, Greece
Tel.: +30 2114118547

1 Kolokotroni str.,
271 31 Pyrgos-Elis, Greece
tel.: +30 26213 06776

14 Elef. Venizelos str.,
272 00 Amaliada-Elis, Greece
tel.: +30 26223 09026

Personal Info

Place and Date οf Birth:
10/9/1975- Patras, Prefecture of Achaia.
Marital Status:
Single.
Profession:
Attorney at Law, President of the European Institute of Law, Science & Technology.
Studies:
J.S.D. (Ph.D.) in Public International Law, Environmental and Climate Change Law, and International Institutions Law at the Columbia University School of Law – cand.
LL.M. in International Legal Studies, with distinction, and the Dean’s Certificate for Outstanding Services to the Law Center Community.
Bachelor’s Degree in Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens with distinction.
Foreign Languages:
English, French, German.

Parliamentary Activities

Elected MP (ND) in the general election of 2009.

Political/Social Activities

Researcher at the Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia University School of Law, New York, N.Y., international leader for the establishment of a Climate Change Center for the Mediterranean and the Middle East, Member of the Editorial Boards of the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law and the Columbia Journal of European Law, president of the Columbia University Hellenic Association (2004 - 2006). Ms. Avgerinopoulou is also one of the founding members of the European Union of Electoral Law, special advisor to the Hellenic Biosciences Association in the USA and a member of the American Society of International Law, the European Society of International Law, the European Women Lawyers Association and Inten-Synergy, as well as of many other non-governmental organization.



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