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Anastasios Brakatsoulas was born in Athens in 1975. He studied between 1995-2003 in the UK: LL.B. at the University of Hertfordshire, LL.M. at the University of Manchester (EU law) and Postgraduate Certificate in Education (FE/HE) at Institute of Bolton. Between 2002-4 he taught at various colleges in the UK (Wilberforce College, MANCAT, St Anselms College). In 2006 he completed the academic recognition of his degrees in Greece (DIKATSA exams) and in 2007 he completed the LL.M (EU Law) course at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA). In 2021 he received his doctorate from NKUA in the field of European Union law. His thesis was titled: “National Constituttionalism and European Constitutionalisation in EU law” and it was published by “Nomiki Vivliothiki” publishers in 2022. All his dissertations have been awarded with grade distinction. Since 2021, he is assistant lecturer for the LL.M. program (EU law) of NKUA. He is a lawyer at the Athens Bar Association since 2007. He speaks fluently English and Bulgarian and Italian and Spanish at a very good level.