I was born in 1977 and grew up in Thessaloniki.
I graduated from the Law School of the Democritus University of Thrace in 2003.
I served in the Greek Army as an Officer Designate with specialization of the military policeman. During my service I served as sergeant for five months at the outpost of Ormenio, the northernmost one in the country, as well as a preliminary hearings officer for six months at the Military Police Battalion in Thessaloniki.
Immediately after my dismissal from the army in 2005 with the rank of Second Lieutenant I completed my practice as a lawyer and in the same year I registered as a member of Thessaloniki Bar Association. Since then I’m a lawyer in active practice.
I designed my first website in 1999, when I was a student and the internet was shyly making its entrance in Greece, by directly entering HTML code before even getting my first computer. I now possess more professional knowledge in search engine optimization and building dynamic websites, which I make sure to update and enrich. At the same time, I provide legal consultation to software companies in Greece and abroad and participate voluntarily in teams for software translation in Greek.
In 2008 I designed this website, which became in a very short time one of the most popular law firm websites in Greece, receiving tens of thousands of unique monthly visitors.
I was promoted to Supreme Court lawyer in early 2017, which allows me the authority to represent clients before all levels of court, including the Court of Cassation (Greek: Areios Pagos), which is the supreme civil and criminal court of Greece, and the Council of State, which is the supreme administrative court of Greece.
I write articles in newspapers, magazines and blogs.
I attend legal training seminars, as well as keeping an eye on the developments in legislation and case law, in order to keep my knowledge up-to-date.