Zoi is a Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law and European Law and joined the University of Stirling in February 2022. She is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, an International Research Fellow at the Information Society Law Center of the University of Milan (2022-2023) and a visiting Lecturer at the University of Trento. She is also the BILETA research award recipient for the project '‘Are the website blocking injunctions an effective tool to combat online piracy?’.
Previously, she worked at De Montfort University and University of Reading. She holds a PhD without corrections from the University of Reading, an LLM with specialization in European Commercial Law from the University of Freiburg and an LLB from Democritus University of Thrace.
Since 2012, she has been a member of the Athens Bar Association and worked as a lawyer in commercial and intellectual property law cases. In 2015, she was employed as a legal Bluebook Trainee at the Cabinet of the EU Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs at the European Commission in Brussels.
Her main research interests lie in the field of Information Technology law, Copyright and Trade mark law. In particular, she is interested in ISPs’ regulatory framework, online copyright and trade mark infringements, online defamation, protection of internet users' rights, enhancement of innovation in the digital world and responsible use of AI technology.
Zoi is a regular contributor to the Kluwer Copyright Blog and has extensively published in leading journals such as the Intellectual Property Quarterly and European Intellectual Property Review. Her monograph with the title Internet Service Provider Liability for Copyright and Trade Mark Infringement: Towards an EU Co-Regulatory Framework has been published by Hart Publishing (2022).