Yanna N. Antonopoulou

Yanna N. Antonopoulou: Attorney with Avramopoulos & Partners Law Firm


Mrs. Antonopoulou was admitted to the Athens Bar in 1996 and is qualified to appear before the Court of Appeals. Before joining Avramopoulos & Partners in 2004, Mrs. Antonopoulou started out as an associate lawyer at K. Th. Loukopoulos & Associates (1995-2000), and then worked as in-house counsel and Legal lServices & Human Resources Manager for RCI Greece SA (2000-2004). In this capacity, she developed an in-depth knowledge of the tourism industry in Greece, and in particular of the timeshare sub-sector, as well as hotel and resort development. As part of her duties, she served as a Legal Advisor to subsidiary companies of various large domestic and multinational companies.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Business Law
  • International Company Law
  • Tourism Law
  • Hotel and Resort Development

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+30-210-6912200  Phone
+30-210-6911211  Fax
Law School Attended:
University of Athens Law School, LL.B.; University of Hull, England, LL.M., International Business law, 1996
Year of First Admission:
1996, Athens Court of Appeals
Athens Bar Association.
Greek and English and French and Italian
Birth Information:
Frankfurt, Germany, 1970

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