EIRINI KIKAREA

Eirini is currently reading for a PhD at the University of Cambridge as a Magdalene College, Onassis Foundation and Leventis Foundation Scholar, specialising in international economic law under the supervision of Dr Lorand Bartels. Eirini also holds an LLB with Distinction from the University of Athens and an LLM in international law with Distinction from the University of Cambridge, where she studied as a Lilian Voudouri Foundation Scholar. She is currently teaching international investment law and WTO law to Cambridge LLM students, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ). In the past, Eirini was the Vice Editor-in-Chief of Cambridge Law Review, the Head of the Organising Committee of 2018 Cambridge Arbitration Day, and an Assistant Convenor of 2018 Cambridge International Law Conference. She is also the Founder and President of the Cambridge Arbitration Society (CAS). Eirini has published in various international law topics, including international economic law, the law of treaties, and international dispute settlement. Before commencing her graduate studies, she worked at Deloitte Greece, at a top-tier Greek law firm, Karatzas & Partners, and was seconded to the London offices of Allen & Overy. 

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