Christos A. Georgantzos


Senior Associate


Administrative Law, Civil Law, Public Procurement, PPPs

Admitted To

Athens Bar Association 2002


Faculté de Droit Nancy II (Licence en Droit)
Faculté de Droit Paris I-Sorbonne (Maitrise en Droit - DEA)

Christos Georgantzos specializes in administrative, public, civil and intellectual property law. He also has experience in supporting clients in their participation in public tenders for procurement, as well as in handling cases relating to administrative fines/sanctions, administrative permits and approvals, execution of public contracts.

Mr. Georgantzos has acted as an advisor to the Technical Chamber of Greece, and served as legal advisor to the Greek Minister of Tourism and the Greek Minister of National Education in relation to public and European law issues. He has drafting experience in European criminal law matters. He is admitted to practice before the first degree and appellate courts of Athens.

In his carrier Mr. Georgantzos has acted for:

  • The Greek Ministry of Justice having participated in the drafting and amendment of the legislation related to the European arrest warrant and the Extradition procedure in Greece
  • The Technical Chamber of Greece in the preparation and the transposition of relevant EU directives into national law
  • Various clients involved in trials related to the results of national and municipal elections
  • A Greek hotel owner in litigation cases regarding civil and public law matters.
  • A major Greek entity with regard to several tourism projects in Greece
  • Several Greek Companies in cases involving the protection of intellectual property and related rights
  • Civil Servants and Civil Officials (e.g. University Professors, Mayors) in litigations relating to disciplinary and administrative law matters

Mr. Georgantzos holds a law degree from the University of Nancy II (Licence en Droit) and University of Paris I-Sorbonne (Maitrise en Droit). He completed his postgraduate studies at the Department of International Public Law and International Organisations (DEA) at the University of Paris I-Sorbonne. He speaks Greek, French and English.