Dimitrios Kyriazis

University of Oxford, New College of the Humanities (London)
Head of Law Faculty - Senior Lecturer in Law

Dimitrios Kyriazis is Head of Faculty and a Senior Lecturer in Law. He joined NCH in 2017, having taught for several years at Oxford University on the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. He served as Teaching Fellow in Law at UCL, has delivered numerous guest lectures at Leiden University and Queen Mary University of London, and has previously practised law in Brussels and Athens, primarily working on State aid, M&A, competition and banking law. Dimitrios obtained his LLB (Distinction) at the University of Athens, graduating top of his class. He also holds an MJur (Distinction) from the University of Oxford, graduating top of his class (Clifford Chance Prize), with the support of an Onassis Foundation scholarship. He completed his MPhil in Law (Distinction) as a Light Senior Scholar at St Catherine’s College. He is currently completing his DPhil at Oxford University and has already completed (with Distinction) a research degree (MPhil in Law) at Oxford University.

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Dimitrios Kyriazis The European Commission continues to scrutinize tax rulings to check their compliance with the arm-length principle and State Aid rules (Amazon)

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Luxembourg, Amazon, and the State aid connection* The Commission’s opening decision: What should we make of Amazon’s ‘advance pricing agreement’ (APA) and its alleged (non-) compliance with the ‘arm’s length principle’ (ALP)? In early October 2014, the European Commission notified Luxembourg of its (...)

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