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Criminal Law

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Akadimias 45               triantafyllou[at]gtriantafyllou[dot]gr



Georgios Triantafyllou completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Athens (1987) and got a PhD at the same university (1992). He is currently Assistant Professor of criminal law and criminal procedure. His areas of interest are Criminal Law, criminal procedure, European and International Criminal Law.


He has been the author of monographs and articles in the area of International and European Criminal Law, Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, including “International Judicial Assistance in Criminal Evidence” (Athens, 2009), “Time Limitation as a ground for refusal of the Issuance and Execution of an EAW”, in “Essays in honour of Argyrios Karras”, (Athens 2010),  “From Statutory Nullities to a Categorical Statutionary Exclusionary Rule” in S. Thaman (ed.), “Exlusionary Rules in Comparative Law”, (Springer, 2013), Articles 6 par. 2 and 6 par. 3a ECHR, in Kotsalis, European Convention on Human Rights and Criminal Law, (Athens, 2014), “Defense in cross-border evidence proceedings”, in Mylonopoulos (ed.) International Criminal Law and Contemporary Reality (Athens, 2017), “Antitrust Criminal Law” in Tzouganatos (ed.) Free Competition Law, 2nd. ed., vol. 2.  (Athens 2020).


He has been a member of legislative committees for the transposition of European directives and framework - decisions into Greek Law. He was the single point of contact for the Study on the future institutional and legal framework of judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the EU  - Vermeulen, De Bondt, Ryckmann (eds.), Reithinking international cooperation in criminal matters in the EU -. He has been a member of the Board of the Hellenic Association of Criminal Law and is a member of the European and International Criminal Law Institute.