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Αnastasia Grammatikaki-Alexiou, Emeritus Professor
DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
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Address: School of Law

Telephone: 2310 996596 2310 996502(Fax)

e-mail: ana@law.auth.gr

Contact hours: Office 406, Tuesday 10:00-13:00

Professor Anastasia Grammaticaki-Alexiou, graduate of the Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Doctor of the same School, teaches Private International Law on the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, International Uniform Law on the undergraduate level and the same courses in English to foreign students of the ERASMUS/SOCRATES program. She has taught as a visiting professor at American law schools, at the inter-university European Master's Program in Human Rights and Democratization in Venice and also teaches, for the last twenty years, at the summer program in Greece of Tulane University  (USA). She is member of the International Law Association, of the International Academy of Comparative Law, of the Greek Association of Private International Law, of the Greek Association of International Law and International Relations, of the Greek branch of FIDE, Vice-Chairperson of the Committee of Private International law of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and has served in various committees of the Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs. Her interests, besides Conflict of Laws, include areas such as the international protection of cultural goods, human rights, private international law and biotechnology and cyberspace law.  Among her most recent publications are the books International Trade in Cultural Property and Private International Law (Sakkoulas Publ. 2002, in Greek, with English summary), International Child Abduction According to the Hague Convention of 1980 (Sakkoulas Publ. 1996, in Greek, with English summary), as well as selected articles in Law Reviews (e.g. Of Children and Rights in International Child Abduction, Festschr. Kozyris, 2007, p. 115-138 (in English), European Community Activity and Globalization: Harmonization or Competition of Laws? In EEC Law and Commercial Law, 2007 (Nomiki Vivliothiki Group), p. 29-46, International Trade in Cultural Goods: Private International Law Issues From a Greek Perspective, Le opere d' arte tra cooperazione internazionale e conflitti armati (ed. F. Marella), Cedam 2006, p. 184 (in English).