Lydia Nika


I was born in 1997 in Greece. Between 2015-2019, I studied at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the University of Athens, while during my studies I was a member of the Research Team of Regime Change-Team of Oral History (EOM-OPI) of the specific department. From February 2020 until today, I am a student of the Law School of the University of Nicosia, while during the academic year 2020-2021 I was the President of the Greek Law Club. I have worked as a paralegal in a law firm in Greece, while I speak English, French and Spanish besides my mother language. I have participated in numerous simulations of international organizations, the Greek parliament and municipal council. In July 2022, I participated in the Summer School on International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice of Leiden University in The Hague, while from 2021 until now I have coordinated the Judgments Commentary Team in the field of international and european law of The Law Project, as well as the Jurisprudence Team of the Journal “Nomikos Palmos” which has been recognized by the Chancellor's Office of the University of Athens. I have also participated in numerous projects of the Association of International and European Affairs, coordinating one of them. I have undertaken the coordination of Lawpedia’s research teams on many fields of law, I have been a member of the Just in case research teams while I also participated in the Law Clinic of International Law of The Law Project during the academic year 2021-2022. I have written numerous articles, while I have attended online courses and more than 35 conferences and seminars regarding issues of law, international relations and public administration.