Panagiotis Kyriakou specializes in international arbitration, trade, finance and sports law.
Panagiotis has advised private clients, governments and local counsel on arbitral proceedings under ICC, ICSID and UNCITRAL Rules. He has also provided legal and policy advice in relation to international trade matters, including WTO dispute settlement proceedings, subsidies/state aid and regional integration norms. Moreover, Panagiotis has experience in disciplinary proceedings before sports governing bodies, as well as matters pertaining to the annulment, recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards.
Prior to joining Archipel, Panagiotis was a Teaching Assistant at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, while advising governments and private clients as an independent legal consultant. Moreover, he interned with law firms in Geneva, Paris and Athens, and reviewed submissions for the Journal of International Economic Law.
Panagiotis obtained his LL.B. from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and his LL.M. from MIDS. Currently, he is completing his doctoral thesis at the Graduate Institute. As a part-time academic, he regularly publishes and delivers guest lectures on international investment, trade and financial law.