Kyriaki Pavlidou holds an LL.M in Human Rights from University College London, a two-year LL.M in History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and an LL.B from Democritus University of Thrace. She is a practising attorney and legal counsellor in Greece specialising in labour and social rights. She has previously worked at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels and held research assistant positions both at AUTH and UCL. During the year 2016 she conducted research as a Van Calker Scholar at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law. Prior to that, she was awarded the Annual Visiting Research Fellowship from the Lucernaiuris Institute at the University of Lucerne for the year 2015. Kyriaki actively participates in the UNILUNetwork of Transnational Doctoral Research where she has presented her work on her other main research area which focuses on religious rights and issues of constitutional identity, subjectivity and legitimacy. She has undertaken additional study visits at the Humboldt University in Berlin, European University Institute, the Venice Academy of Human Rights, Birkbeck University London and the Bahçeşehir University. She is a member of the Hellenic League for Human Rights and was an Associate Editor of the UCL Jurisprudence Review for the year 2011-2012. Kyriaki’s research interests lie in the fields of philosophy, political theory, comparative constitutional law and the rights discourse, while she is particularly interested in feminist legal theory and critical approaches to law from a cross-cultural and transdisciplinary perspective.