The first webinar, entitled "How the procedure of personal injury claims changes with the new Civil Procedure Rules in Cyprus" will take place on Tuesday, 6 April, at 18:00.
We are happy to announce that Harris Kyriakides, has joined as a Legal Sponsor the NPL Investing & Management Summit taking place online on October 21-22. Find out more details at https://www.ddc-financial.com/2-part-npl-summit-greece.
Our partner Dr Nicolas Kyriakides, Co-Director of the Procedural Law Unit at the University of Nicosia (https://www.unic.ac.cy/school-of-law/plu/), will be co-presenting a paper in the upcoming Frontiers in Civil Justice conference, on 16-17 November 2020 (https://www.unic.ac.cy/frontiers-in-civil-justice/).
Our Associate Mr Christos Stroppos will be presenting on 16 September 2020, 16:00-18:00, the research seminar titled 'The Autonomy of EU Legal Order' at the fourth research seminar series organized by the Department of Law at the University of Cyprus. Find more information at here.
Harris Kyriakides LLC supported the inaugural event of the Procedural Law Unit at University of Nicosia School of Law.
The current challenges journalists are facing while conducting police or a judicial reporting, the criminological terminology used, the profile of the "criminal" at the recording of the crime, and how the mentality of journalism will change to address prisoners and ex-prisoners, were discussed in the context of an online event organised by the Association of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Rights Protection (the Association).
Last week, the partner of our firm Dr Nicolas Kyriakides, participated in a panel discussion at the event organised by the @LarnacaandFamagustaBarAssociation and the @larnacabarassociation on the occasion of the publication of the book Despina Hadjidimitri-Kara with title “Lectures on Civil Procedure”.
On the 24th of October 2018, our Junior Associate, Georgina Athanasiou, was invited by the Department of Law of the University of Cyprus,
It was our pleasure to attend an event organised regarding shipping, where Mrs Natasa Pilides, the Deputy Minister of shipping was the main speaker.