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In 2014, Vasiliki graduated from Queen Mary University of London. Following her graduation, she was admitted to the Cyprus Bar Association in 2015, after coming in sixth place at the Cyprus Bar Association Exams. In 2022, she earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a certificate in Anti-Money Laundering from CySec.
She completed her internship with Moreland & Co Solicitors in London in 2013 and in 2015 she completed her pupillage at the law office of the General Attorney of the Republic of Cyprus. Since November 2020, she has been a part of the litigation team at LLPO Law Firm, where she handles cases related to Banking and Finance, Commercial Law and Law of Tort.
She has also been involved in Class Actions such as consumer fraud, defective products and large actions such as the 2013 issue of the haircut of Cyprus Banks depositors and the CSE crisis, whereby a large number of people who have suffered similar harm joined together in an action against another entity.
She approaches complex legal issues with a rigorous and structured approach, always keeping the best interests of her clients in mind. She exercises the utmost care when advising her clients in the sectors of Commercial Law, Banking Law and Tort Law. She has also engaged in hearings of civil cases and interim injunctions, such as freezing orders, prohibition orders and mandatory orders.
Vasiliki is fluent in Greek and English and also retains a basic knowledge of the French language.