Apart from his academic appointment at Leiden, Pavlos is Adjunct Professor of Law at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome, Italy, at the International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, Greece and at the Open University Cyprus, in Nicosia, Cyprus. He is also the Co-Managing Director of the Centre for European Company Law, an EU-wide business law think-tank and a Fellow of the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy. He has been named a Fellow of the ‘40 under 40’ European Young Leaders, has advised the ELI/UNIDROIT on the project on the European Rules of Civil Procedure and he publishes widely in Greek and in English in the field of corporate law and law & economics. He is also a sought-after commentator on current developments and his opinions have appeared in high-profile publications, such as the The Washington Post, ReutersOpinion, Slate, etc.
Pavlos holds an LL.B. from the Athens Law School (1st in class), an LL.M. in Corporate Law & Governance from the Harvard Law School (Fulbright Scholar) and a Ph.D. in Law & Economics from Leiden University.