Dr George Pamboridis
Dr George Pamboridis studied law in Athens and then went on to get a Master’s degree (LLM) in shipping law from the University of Southampton. Following this, he received an MSc from the International Relations Department of the London School of Economics and a PhD in public international and shipping law from the University of Southampton.
He is the author of the book International Shipping Law: Legislation and Enforcement published by Kluwer Law International, the book Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Cyprus released in September 2012 and numerous legal articles.
Pamboridis is qualified in Cyprus (member of the Cyprus Bar Association), Greece (member of the Athens Bar Association) and England and Wales (Roll of Solicitors).
He worked for city law firm Holman Fenwick Willan before joining Papaphilippou & Co in Nicosia as a partner for five years.
In 2003, he started up Pamboridis with offices in Nicosia, Limassol, Athens and London. Pamboridis is a corporate lawyer dealing mostly with matters related to mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, international tax planning and energy law.
His extensive shipping background ranks him as one of the leading lawyers in matters of international shipping regulation. He is currently also teaching international shipping law at the University of Cyprus.
News from Pamboridis
Briefings from Pamboridis
Pamboridis has released an update in regards to the banking system in Cyprus.
Pamboridis offers a legal guide to holding companies in Cyprus.
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