University of Sussex
Marios Koutsias is a graduate of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. After his LLB, he completed an LLM in European Community Law at the University of Essex and an MA in European Studies at King’s College, London. He practiced as a lawyer on Greek Law and European Union Law both in Thessaloniki, Greece and in Brussels at the offices of the European Commission. He is a qualified lawyer and member of the Thessaloniki Bar Association, Greece. He was awarded his PhD entitled “Consumer Protection and Global Trade in the Digital Environment: The Case of Data Protection” with an AHRC scholarship by the University of Essex. He is now a Lecturer in EU Commercial Law at the University of Essex after having been employed as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary College, London for three years where he participated in major research projects. He has co-authored three books entitled “Company Law in the New Europe” by Edward Elgar Publishers, 2007 and “Company Law” by Palgrave, 2012, and "Companies, Property Rights and Risk", 2013 and he is a Specialist Contributor to “Gore Brown on EU Company Law” publications.