Attorney at Law, Civil Law PhD Holder, Accredited Mediator



Attorney at Law since 1989 (member of the Athens Bar Association) licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of Justice.

Accredited Mediator since 2012 by the Center of Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)

Holder of PhD (1999) in Civil Law by the School of Law of the National and Capodistrian University of Athens.


Professional Experience

Elisabeth operates her own legal practice since 1989 and on 1999, in parallel, she became a permanent legal advisor and advocate in the Legal Services Directorate, of the National Bank of Greece.

She has a rich experience in providing consulting and litigation services to individuals and companies in contract, corporate, civil, commercial and family law, in civil and administration courts in Greece up until the Supreme Court of Justice and the Council of State. Moreover, she specializes in negotiation and dispute resolution.



Elisabeth is an accredited mediator in Civil and Commercial cases from the Center of Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR/UK). She is officially enlisted within the accredited mediators of the Greek Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights and a member of the Hellenic Union of Mediators. She has further specialized on Family Mediation and is a member of the Family Law Society in Greece.

She has received particular training on negotiations during mediation. As a mediator she specializes in:

  • Civil law and in particular Family Law
  • Contract Law
  • Property Law
  • Succession Law
  • Banking Law (Business and Housing Loans, Joint Credit Accounts, Syndicated and Bond Loans)
  • Administrative Law (Taxation, Social Security disputes and petitions for annulment of enforceable acts)

Education – Additional Skills and Information

Graduate (1987) of the Faculty of Law of the National and Capodistrian University of Athens

She speaks English and French fluently including legal terminology

She has attended a series of Law congresses, participated in various seminars and conferences about mediation and has publications in law journals.

Family mediation: the best way of resolving family disputes

What is family mediation?

Family Mediation is the alternative, out-of-court way of resolving family disputes, which is now possible also in Greece, following the introduction of mediation by means of Law Nr. 3898/2010.

Family Mediation is a process in which the parties to the dispute take part voluntarily, in order to resolve their personal and financial differences and to reach a viable solution, with the help and contribution of a third, neutral, party, the mediator.


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