Ioannis Horomidis (Choromidis)
Ioannis Horomidis (Choromidis) has qualified as Supreme Court lawyer since 1994.
He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Law School with honours (“Arista”) and obtained an LL.M. from the London School of Economics.
He specializes in Property Law and, particularly, in Law of Expropriation (Compulsory Acquisitions).
He is the author of the book “Compulsory Acquisitions” (Anagastikes Apallotrioseis) (edition A΄ 2000 and edition B΄ 2004) and has published numerous articles and commentaries in legal journals.
He is often invited as a speaker in conferences, seminars and workshops for compulsory acquisitions, which are organized by Bar Associations, academic groups, technical chambers, Municipalities etc.
Between 1995 to 2000 he acted as legal counsel for Ioniki and Laiki Bank of Greece.
He was elected (2002 – 2005) as member of the Board of Directors of the Bar Association of Thessaloniki and as member of the Board of Directors of KADITh. He was appointed President of the Commission for Trainee Lawyers of the Bar Association of Thessaloniki.
He is fluent in English.
Aikaterini Kakkou participates in the office since 2002. She has qualified as Supreme Court lawyer since 2011.
She graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Law School and received an MSc from the Hellenic Open University (E.A.P).
She specialises in Property Law.
She is fluent in English, French and Italian.
Anastasia Choromidou obtained an LL.B. from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and received an LL.M. (with Distinction) in International Law from the University College London (UCL).
She specialises in International Law and International Arbitration, with a particular focus in the protection of property in International Investment Law.
She participated in numerous courses and seminars in Greece and abroad [LSE (2011), Hague Academy of International Law (2012), Harvard (2013), European University Institute in Florence (2015) etc.].
She completed her legal traineeship under the Bar Association of Thessaloniki and has the right to practice in the Greek Bar.
Until August 2017 she was an associate of the legal firm Aceris Law based in Geneva. From September 2017 she is working at the legal firm Volterra – Fietta based in London.
She is fluent in English and Italian.
Anna Tsamourtzi obtained an LL.B. from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
She participated in numerous seminars and has been a member of the office, specializing in private law, until she retired from active practice.
She is fluent in french
The office has permanent secretarial support.
It employs up to two (2) trainee lawyers, the choice of which is based on their academic performance and general legal interests.