Chrysoula (Chryssa) Mavromati is a Legal Counsel at the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), World Bank.
She obtained her law degree summa cum laude from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki School of Law in 2012. She then continued with graduate studies at the University of Barcelona where she joined the 2012/2013 IELPO cohort. She completed her studies there with the generous support of a scholarship by the IELPO Program and the Institute for Education & European Culture.
Upon completing IELPO, she worked with the Legal Unit of the DG Trade of the European Commission (2013-2014) and the International Trade and Investment Group of Hogan Lovells LLP in Brussels (2014). She further completed an LL.M. in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration at NYU School of Law as a Fulbright and Dean’s Graduate Award scholar (2014-2015). Thereafter, she was awarded a fellowship with the Legal Vice Presidency of the World Bank, where she conducted research on anti-corruption issues.
Her academic and professional interests lie in the areas of international economic law, EU law and international dispute settlement.
She is admitted to practice law in Greece.
She speaks Greek, English, French and Russian.