Evelina has experience in the fields of public law, with an expertise in administrative law, environmental law and public contracts law, as well as in financial regulation, European law, human rights and data protection issues.

She has also engaged in drafting legal documents and preparing case files before the Supreme Administrative Court of Greece (Hellenic Council of State) and administrative courts of first and second instance. Her practice also includes the drafting of legal opinions on controversial legal issues, mainly focusing on environmental and administrative matters.

After completing her master’s degree and having thoroughly reviewed subjects relating to the sustainability of financial institutions, Evelina is deeply interested in the process of ‘greening’ the financial system, both in national and supranational level.

Evelina has also enlarged her academic experience by holding a guest lecture at the University of Athens on the subject of Sustainable Finance. Moreover, she has enriched her educational background by participating in the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition representing the University of Athens, as well as in multiple conferences and seminars.


Athens Bar Association, 2022


Greek, English, French


University of Athens: LL.M. in Financial Regulation (first-class honours), 2021

University of Athens: LL.B. (first-class honours), 2020

University of Bordeaux: Erasmus exchange program, 2018