George Kazoleas is a qualified Lawyer both in Greek & Cyprus Law. Since 2005 he has an extensive professional experience, as legal counsel and litigator. He graduated from the Law School of the University of Athens and then he successfully completed his Master (LL.M) at the Law School of the University of Augsburg in Germany with specialization in Banking and Capital Markets Law.

George has a sound experience in handling cases of civil and administrative law before the competent courts of Greece and Cyprus. He has represented local and foreign clients before the Greek and Cypriot Courts and has dealt with significant cases of civil, commercial & corporate law. He has also hands-on experience in dealing with public law cases, i.e. administrative appeals, public procurement, public tenders, civil service law and immigration law cases. 

George has published various legal articles and opinions in the legal press, while being an editor-in-chief of three legal websites ( , & ). He is also certified mediator in civil & commercial disputes and member of the Cyprus Bar Association and Greece Bar Association. He speaks fluently Greek, English, & German.

Articles published at

Obligation of a creditor to check a consumer’s creditworthiness - Credit agreement void and creditor’s entitlement to payment of the agreed interest forfeited

The Lawyer's right to refuse the defense of an accused person for ethical reasons 

The Truth as the Defeated in a Τrial 

Nepotism and favouritism in the legal profession

Can life be considered a loss under the civil law of damages? Thoughts based on a decision of BGH in Germany 

The abuse of power & influence of credit institutions against borrowers and the moral issue of exploiting their psychological state when concluding loan agreements

Advice on Crypto-assets : Obligations of the authorised advisors under the proposed European Regulation on Markets in Crypto-assets 

Τhe right of access to a lawyer since the beginning of the criminal proceedings as an aspect of the right to a fair trial

Τhe appeal against a decision rejecting asylum and the principle of effectiveness

The struggle for truth against time and limitation period in the light of two paternity court cases

Excessive formalism as a restriction on the right of access to justice  

Artificial intelligence in justice systems : Αn inevitable revolution is coming

The "bad bosses" of the legal profession

Coronavirus as force majeure event - The impact on contracts

Unfair and illegal terms of loan agreements used by banks

Early repayment of the loan: Borrower's right to reduction in the total cost of the credit and bank's compensation right 

Swiss franc loans and borrowers’ rights in the light of 4 important judgments of the European Court of Justice

New rules applicable to property regimes for international married couples or registered partnerships



George Kazoleas, Lawyer

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