Sofia Chrysakopoulou


Sofia Chrysakopoulou was a member of the editorial board of the law journal at the university where she was an undergraduate law student. She worked as a trainee-lawyer in the legal department of a Greek Bank and, more specifically, in both the administration department of non-performing loans and the Human Resources Directorate. Her work focused on issues of execution, assessment of provisional order and judgment of the court of first instance, as well as consulting and advisory on labor and employment law and the reorganization of employment relationships.

She specializes in Labor Law and has experience representing labor and employment cases before Greek courts. Her expertise includes processing terms and conditions of employment, negotiating employment contracts and contributing to the structuring of the operational sectors of the business.

Sofia’s LL.M thesis focused on “The Social Plan in Collective Dismissals. Meaning – Legal Nature – Application”. She has attended various legal seminars concerning the reform of the Greek labor code, as well as other conferences on Labor, Civil and Public law.

Sofia is licensed to practice law before the first-degree Courts of Athens.

“I have the opportunity to gain experience with a team of highly qualified lawyers and, most of all, working in a friendly and motivating environment. As part of this team, my purpose is to guarantee a positive outcome in our clients’ cases, especially in the field of employment law which consists of handling complex issues through the knowledge of law, a business-oriented way of thinking and always considering the fragile employer–employee relationship.”
University of Athens Law School (LL.M. in Labor Law), 2020
University of Thessaloniki (LL.B.), 2019
Athens Bar Association, 2021
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