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Dr. Ioannis Kourtis is an Attorney at Law and Postdoctoral Researcher in the Law School of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA). The subject of his postdoctoral research is on “the impact of European citizenship on the deepening of European integration”. He is also a Senior Researcher in Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence of NKUA. He studied law and graduated with distinction from the Law School of NKUA (LLB, Law) in 2010, from which he also received two Masters’ Degrees in European Union Law (2014) and in Greek Civil Law (2015). Furthermore, he holds a PhD with Distinction in European Union Law from NKUA (2020). It is noted that he completed his Doctoral studies with a scholarship from the Greek State Scholarships Foundation.

He is the author of the following publications and articles: 1. “Misleading and comparative advertising”, Ant. N. Sakkoulas publications, 2015. 2. “A Lawsuit as a legal remedy before the Court of Audit", Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 3/2017, p. 370. 3. "The principle of good administration in European’s Union legal order", ToSyntagma, vol. 1/2018, p. 119. 4. “The principle of good administration in the case law of the Court of Audit", Theory & Practice of Administrative Law, Vol. 12/2018, p. 1089. 5. "Patient's consent for the processing of his/her health data" in Bioethical Issues IV - Health Data and Genetic Data (Scientific Research: M. Kanelopoulos-Botis / F. Panagopoulou-Koutnatzis), Papazisis publications, 2019, p. 231. 6. “The principle "ne bis in idem" in public accounting disputes before the Court of Audit”, De Jure - Legal Journal of the European Young Lawyers Association of Athens (ELSA Athens), vol. 23 – March 2020, p. 19. 7. “Equality as a new autonomous EU policy: the evolution from an economic tool to a policy”, Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2021. 8. “The right of access to documents according to the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the obligation of the administration to give reasons for its decisions” in Memorandum of Georgios Chr. Panagiotopoulos, Sakkoula publications, Athens - Thessaloniki, 2022, pp. 799-820. In addition, he delivers lectures on various topics of European Union Law in undergraduate and master programs of the Law School of NKUA.