Alexandrou Law Offices

 

 

Alexandrou Law Offices, based in Nicosia, operate in the Cyprus jurisdiction

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It specialises in:

       Civil Litigation

       Commercial Litigation

       Criminal Litigation

       Private Client

       Company Law

       Arbitration

       Contracts

       Planning and Environment

       Bankruptcy

       Banking Law

 

Alexandrou Law Offices can establish international trusts in Cyprus and advise legal firms in England and Wales whose clients wish to establish tax free international trusts.

 

Address:

Office 9, 2nd Floor,

192 Ledra Street,

1011 Nicosia

 

Tel.: 00357 99128467

 

Email.: alexandroulawoffices@cytauk.net

 

 

 

Katherine Alexander-Theodotou is Principal of K Alexandrou Theodotou. She has great experience in Litigation, Commercial Litigation and other areas. She has distinguished herself in prominent cases of bilateral jurisdiction and is an expert on property in Cyprus, currently dealing with a number of cases relating to Purchase Agreements for properties in Cyprus.

 

She was born in Cyprus where she completed her secondary education. She studied in Athens, Ghent and London and she has distinguished herself as a researcher having obtained 2 PhDs with Distinction. Her father was a barrister of distinction.

 

She has written a report on the Multiple Fibre Agreement and its relationship with GATT and European External Trade with special reference to small clothing industry in London.

She is a registered member of the Nicosia Bar.

 

Katherine is also an artist and she distinguished herself in painting competitions. She has written two books on Classical Greek Literature of the Third Century BC and she travels extensively. She enlightens the community on law and for this reason she organises community seminars to inform the public on several areas of law. Her hard work and experience has been noted in several newspaper articles in Cyprus.

 

She founded the European Institute Cyprus in Nicosia, together with Prof. Marc Maresceau, Professor of

European Law at Ghent University. She has organized many events in Athens and Nicosia with prominent speakers including Prof. Snyder (Eur. Institute, Florence), Judge Willis, Prof. G. Vermeulen (Dept.Criminal Law,Univ. Ghent) and Prof.Lord Wallace(LSE).

 

Katherine has been very active as a Human Rights activist in Iraq during the war. She has stayed there for over three months working voluntarily to protect the rights of arrested persons and others. She works for the self-determination and Human Rights of the Kurds.