Prof. Em. Anastasia Grammaticaki -Alexiou
Mrs. Grammaticaki-Alexiou is professor of private international law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. As a visiting professor she has taught or lectured in several American law schools, including Tulane Law School, Loyola Law School of New Orleans, European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh, William S. Boyd School of Law University of Nevada, and Willamette Law School. She has taught in Tulane’s summer program in Greece for 26 years, and in the inter-university Master on Human Rights and Democratisation in Venice, Italy. She is the president of the Committee of Private International Law of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, member of the International Academy of Comparative Law, and member of many other law associations. She has published widely (several books and numerous articles), both in Greece and abroad. Her interests and publications, besides private international law and law of international transactions, include art law and cultural property protection, human rights, biotechnology as regards private international law, and cyberspace law.