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Short biographical note
Charalambos Tsiliotis was born in Municipality of Korydallos in Attika, on 1965. He was appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Peloponnese.
He is a lawyer since 1990 with a constant presence at the Courts and he has accomplished postgraduate studies at the Law School of the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität in Heidelberg, Germany, where he was nominated PhD of the Law School, with subject-matter «The constitutional protection of the liberty of competition and its impact on the relations of Private Law». He had a scholar of the Foundation Friedriech Naumann. He was a scientist visitor at the Max-Planck-Institut for the Comparative Public Law and the International Public Law for the period between 1997-1998.
He was a substitute member of the Greek Antitrust Committee (Epitropi Antagonismou) for the period between 2008-2009 and he was a special advisor in the General Secretariat of the Government for the period between 2004-2009, with particular occupation at the Central Preparatory Legislative Committee (Kentriki Nomoparaskevastiki Epitropi – KE.N.E.).
He has taught courses in Constitutional Law (Fundamentals Rights) at the Padeion University and he has realized many scientific introductions at Conferences in Greece as well as abroad. On 2010 he was elected as Assistant Professor at the Department for Political Sciences and International Relations of the University of Peleoponnese and teaches Constitutional Law, Publice International Law and Law of the European Union. He has published more than 40 scientific studies in Greek, English and German.
He is a member of the Association of Greek Constitutional Lawyers, of the Association of Tax Law and Financial Studies, of the Association of Comparative Public Law, of the Association of Greek Procedure Lawyers, of the Association of the European Law, of the Association of Greek Public Lawyers and of the European Public Lawyers and recently of the Company of Administrative Studies.