Matina Papadaki

Matina Papadaki

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matina.papadaki@mpi.lu

Matina Papadaki is a PhD Candidate at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece under the supervision of Professor Photini Pazartzis. Her doctoral research focuses on general principles of international law and their role in dispute resolution. She holds a bachelor on International and European Relations with an emphasis on Public International law, and an LL.M (i) from the University of Cambridge.

Before joining the Institute, she worked as Researcher of International Law and Research assistant to Professor Emmanuel Roucounas in the Bureau of International and Constitutional Institutions of the Academy of Athens, and as a researcher in EU funded projects in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has also been a legal assistant to the Special Rapporteur of the UN International Law Commission on the topic ‘Identification of customary international law’ (67th session, 2015).

Her main research interests include general international law, dispute settlement, law of the sea, energy and migration.