Evangelia Asimakopoulou


Visiting Lecturer


Dr. Evangelia Asimakopoulou is Post Doc Researcher of International Procedural Law  (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece). She practices as a lawyer in Thessaloniki and teaches regularly law in public and private sector. She teaches regularly in educational seminars of National School of Judges in Greece. Her PhD thesis topic is “The modern approach of fact finding and evidence methods in civil procedure” (2017), under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Kalliopi Makridou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). Her second monograph is titled “Claims for damages for the infringement of free competition law, procedural aspects of law 4529/2018, especially fact provoking and evidence (Dir. 2014/104/EU)” (2018), with a preface by Mr. Zavvos, Deputy Minister of Finance in Greece (2019-2021/former Member of the European Parliament, Ambassador of the European Commission and Legal Adviser at the European Commission Legal Service. Recently, she was awarded with a scholarship as Visiting Researcher by Max Planck Institute in Hamburg (22 October 2021-13 December 2021). In June 2022 she published her third monography in  the field of Civil Procedural Law, with preface of Prof. Dr. Konstantinos Calavros. In Neapolis University, she teaches Civil Procedural and Labor Law.