Dimitirs Stamatiadis is Assistant Professor in the Law School of Democritus University of Thrace and Attorney-at-law pleading before Supreme Court.
He graduated from Law School of Democritus University and subsequently, followed a course at the Law School of the University of Hamburg (1989). He undertook post-graduate studies (Magister Legum) at the University of Osnabrück (1990-1991) and he obtained the PhD diploma in Private International Law at the same University (1994). He received a scholarship from the Onassis Foundation (1992-1994). In Spring 2013 he was Director of Studies in Private International Law in the English-speaking part at the Hague Academy of International Law.
His professional focus is mainly on banking law, private international law and international trading law.
His publications include “The Time-Sharing Contract – Comparative overview and legal approach in international transactions” (Ant. N. Sakkoulas, 2003) and “Party Autonomy in International Contract Law – Extent of application and restrictions” (Nomiki Bibliothiki Group, 2011). Moreover, Professor Stamatiadis is the author of several published articles and case comments published in Greek law journals.
He is fluent in Greek (native language), English and German.