Dr. Angelos Dimopoulos

Lecturer in Law. Prior to joining the Department of Law at Queen Mary University in London. He was an Assistant Professor at Tilburg University and the Research Coordinator of the Tilburg Law and Economics Centre (TILEC). Dr Dimopoulos obtained his PhD in Law at the European University Institute in 2010. During his doctoral studies he conducted research as a visiting scholar at Columbia Law School and the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (Cambridge) and taught EU law at the University of Utrecht. He holds degrees from the Universities of Cambridge (LLM), Hannover (MLE) and Thessaloniki (LLB) and he has qualified and practiced as an attorney-at-law in Greece.

Publications:

  • EU Foreign Investment Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011)
  • ‘The Development of EU Trade and Investment Policies: Drawing Lessons from Past Experiences’ in K. Sauvant & F. Ortino (eds.) Yearbook of International Investment Law and Policy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), 243-265
  • ‘Creating an EU Foreign Investment Policy: Challenges for the Future’ in Cardwell (ed.) EU External Relations Law and Policy in the Post-Lisbon Era (the Hague: Springer, 2011), 401-422
  • ‘The Validity and Applicability of International Investment Agreements between EU Member States under EU and International law’ 48 Common Market Law Review (2011) 63
  • ‘The Effects of the Lisbon Treaty on the Principles and Objectives of the Common Commercial Policy’ 15 European Foreign Affairs Review (2010) 153
  • ‘Shifting the emphasis from investment protection to liberalization and development: The EU as a new global actor in the field of foreign investment policy’ 11 Journal of World Investment and Trade (2010) 5
  • ‘The EC’s Free Trade Agreements: An alternative model for addressing human rights in foreign investment regulation and dispute settlement?’ in Dupuy/Francioni/Petersmann (eds.) Human Rights in International Investment Law and Arbitration (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009)
  • ‘The Common Commercial Policy after Lisbon: Establishing parallelism between internal and external economic policy’ 4 Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy (2008) 102