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Alexandra Nikolakoglou
Partner

Alexandra was admitted to the Athens Bar in 1998 and is entitled to attend cases before the Court of Appeal. She also qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales in 1999. In 2014 she qualified as a civil Notary before resuming practicing law in the end of 2018.

With more than 22 years of experience in diverse aspects of legal practice, Alexandra’s practice focuses mainly on maritime and real estate/tax law as well as data protection law.

Experience

Alexandra practiced law as a shipping litigation solicitor with two international law firms in the City of London for a period of about four years. Thereafter she worked with an IG (International Group) P&I (Protection & Indemnity) Club initially in the head office in London and thereafter in the Piraeus office over a period of about 12 years. During such time she handled a wide variety of P&I and FD&D cases including Bills of Lading and charter-party disputes, sale and purchase (MoA) disputes, cargo claims, pollution cases, collision cases etc. for a number of Greek ship owning companies and in relation to incidents and disputes arising worldwide gaining extensive experience in advising on complex legal issues as well as providing on-the –spot advice and negotiating settlements.

From 2014 Alexandra served as a civil notary drafting all sorts of real estate contracts with a particular emphasis on the sale and purchase of various types of properties simultaneously advising on relevant tax related issues. She also drafted various contracts involving the establishment and/or conversion of various companies acting also as a “one-stop-service” for the establishment of new companies in Greece (with foreign legal entities as partners).

More recently Alexandra has become involved in GDPR compliance projects as a member of the firm’s very active GDPR team.

Education

University of Athens, Faculty of Law.

University of Southampton, Faculty of Law (LLM in Maritime Law/ International Trade/EU Business Law).

Languages

Greek, English, Norwegian.