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Georgina Tsagas  

GEORGINA TSAGAS


 

LLB (AUTH); LLM (Commercial and Corporate Law, QMUL) Ph.D. (QMUL)
Solicitor of England & Wales (qualified, non-practising)
Attorney-at-law (Thessaloniki Bar, Greece)

Postdoctoral Associate
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 1451 | internal: x21451
Email: g.tsagas@ucl.ac.uk

Profile
Georgina Tsagas joined UCL as a Postdoctoral Associate in September 2013. Dr. Georgina Tsagas received her Ph.D. from Queen Mary University of London having been awarded a Full Scholarship by QMUL School of Law (2009-2012) to conduct her doctoral research. She obtained her Law Degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and received her LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law from QMUL with Distinction (Rank: 3rd place out of 370 students).

She is dually qualified as a lawyer in Greece (2009) and as a Solicitor of England & Wales (2012). She completed her professional legal training in Greece and has provided consultancy on matters covering tort claims, planning permissions and private company formation. Parallel to her doctoral research she lectured on the Company Law, EU Financial Law and EU Securities Regulation modules at postgraduate level at QMUL and taught on the Contract Law module at undergraduate level at BPP Law School.

Dr. Tsagas has conducted research on projects addressing the reform of the legal framework on insider trading at EU Level, the reform of corporate law and corporate governance in the Middle East and the update of the new edition of ‘Hicks & Goo’s Cases and Materials on Company Law’ (2011, OUP). As a member of the research group ‘Companies, markets, society and the environment’, founded at Oslo University, Norway, she has undertaken research and drafted proposals for reform of aspects of European company law addressing the potential impact of companies on society and the environment.

Research
Georgina’s research interests include corporate law, securities regulation and corporate governance.

Her current research projects involve a review and critical analysis of the 2011 changes to the City Code on Takeovers & Mergers post the Kraft/Cadbury takeover and a critical assessment of the rationale and efficacy of selected rules of the EU Takeover Directive.

Publications
Journals

Conference Papers

Current Teaching
Undergraduate
Company Law

Graduate
Comparative Corporate Governance
Cross Border Mergers & Acquisitions
Company Law


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