Xenia holds a Bachelor of Laws from The University of Sheffield and a Master of Commercial Law from University of Bristol and has successfully completed a professional course in Arbitration Law at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Cyprus Branch). She is a member of the Cyprus Bar Association and a member of Arbitrators in the Charted Institute of Arbitrators.
Xenia is a PhD candidate in the University of Cyprus and her research topic examines the area of Intellectual Property.
At the beginning of her legal career, she worked as a trainee lawyer at a prestigious law firm, where she was involved in litigation and corporate matters. Xenia gained international expertise whilst dealing with multiple legal issues in various jurisdictions worldwide and currently has extensive experience in corporate finance transactions, corporate and commercial law, intellectual property, liquidation proceedings, data protection matters and drafting and reviewing of contacts.
In her current position, Xenia has a broad commercial practice with particular focus in technology, data protection law, intellectual property and e-commerce. She also advises on privacy related issues across all industries in the likes of communication companies, pharmaceutical and health care organizations. Xenia is also assisting companies with establishing and maintaining data privacy and security compliance matters and is drafting and reviewing commercial transaction documents.
Xenia is also the Data Protection Officer of Totalserve, ensuring compliance of the group with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Xenia was the author of articles published in Mondaq, one of which was awarded and ranked as very popular in the topic of Data Protection Law.
She also teaches Business Law to undergraduates at a local University.