Konstantinos Kakavoulis




Criminal Law, Maritime Law

Admitted To

Athens Bar Association 2012


Democritus University of Thrace Law School (PhD Candidate in Criminal Law, 2016 – Present)

City, University of London Law School (LL.M. Candidate in International Maritime Law, 2017 – Present)

University of Athens Law School (LL.M. in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, 2013)

Democritus University of Thrace Law School (LL.B., 2010)


Konstantinos Kakavoulis is an associate of Machas and Partners. Mr. Kakavoulis has represented international firms before Greek Courts, handling cases of “white collar crime” (i.e. money laundering, frauds, embezzlements, tax evasions), participating in pretrial negotiations as well as consulting multinational corporations by doing research about legal restrains in Greek. He also specializes in Maritime Criminal Law and Cyber Crime. He is a member of the Hellenic Association of Criminal Law, the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association and the International and European Criminal Law Institute.

Mr. Kakavoulis holds an LL.B.  from the Democritus University of Thrace and an LL.M. in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure from the  University of Athens. He is currently a PhD Candidate in Criminal Law at the University of Thrace as well as an LL.M. Candidate in International Maritime Law at the City, University of London. He is admitted to practice before the Court of Appeal of Athens. He speaks Greek and English.


  • Commentary on the decision no 1866/2013 of the Athens Court of Appeal (in Council), in the awarded by Academy of Athens Greek legal journal “Penal Chronicles”, 2014, pp. 139 – 141.
  • “The accomplice liability of the intermediate Internet Service Providers in Cyber Crime”, article in “Penal Chronicles”, 2015, pp. 326 – 335.
  • Summary of the 12th Conference of Hellenic Company of Criminal Law, in “Penal Chronicles”, 2015, pp. 558 – 560.
  • “The crimes of non-submission of financial statement and inaccurate financial reporting (art. 6 L. 3213/2003)”, article in Honorary Volume for the ex President of Hellenic Criminal Bar Association, Christopher Argyropoulos, Nomiki Vivliothiki Publ., 2016, pp. 1133 – 1152.