University of Nicosia, School of Law
Dimitrios Koukiadis is Lecturer of European/Comparative Law, Personal Data Protection Law, at Media Law at the University of Nicosia, School of Law, and Adjunct Lecturer of European/Comparative Law at Goethe University Frankfurt/Main, School of Law. He studied at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Law (LL.B., summa cum laude), he continued his postgraduate studies at Northwestern University, School of Law/Kellogg School of Business (LL.M., Honorably) and at Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government in the field of public organization and leadership. He holds a Doctorate in Laws (LL.D., summa cum laude) from Goethe University Frankfurt/Main, School of Law. He is member of Thessaloniki Bar Association and Frankfurt Bar Association, as well as Certified Mediator/Arbitrator in Germany, USA and Greece specialized in Labor-, Commercial-, Energy-, Medical-, Family mediation and Commercial/Energy Arbitration. In 2019 he published his monograph on The Employee as subject of Personal Data after the General Data Protection Regulation (Sakkoulas).