Khristy Spyrou and Myria Agathocleous become Pamboridis partners

Khristy Spyrou and Myria Agathocleous have been unanimously voted to be partners of Pamboridis.

Spyrou got her degree from the university of Thessaloniki. After completing her pupillage, she joined the firm of Polyviou & Co as a litigator. In 2008, she joined Pamboridis’s corporate department, where she deals with commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions and general commercial law cases. 

Agathocleous is a graduate of the University of Northumbria at Newcastle (LLB) and has been a member of the Cyprus Bar Association since 1998. She is experienced in civil and criminal law cases and has handled a sufficient number of employment, family and shipping law cases. She joined the firm in 2008 and is the head of its commercial litigation department. 

Pamboridis recently announced that for the second consecutive year it has been shortlisted by the The Lawyer for The Lawyer European Awards 2014 in the category of ‘Law Firm of the year: Eastern and The Balkans’.

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