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Dr Andriani Kalintiri joined The Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London as a Lecturer in Competition Law in October 2019. Previously, she was a Lecturer in Law at City University of London (2018-2019) and a Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (2016-2018).

Andriani holds a PhD from Queen Mary University of London (2015), which was fully funded by a three-year Queen Mary Research Studentship; an LLM in Commercial Law from the University of Cambridge (2011); and an LLB from the University of Athens (2010). She is also a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy and has taught at various institutions, including Cambridge, the London School of Economics and Political Science and University College London.

Andriani is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice as well as the book reviews editor of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review. She is the Co-Convenor of the EU & Competition Law section of the Society of Legal Scholars (with Dr Adrienne Yong) and a member of the Academic Society for Competition Law and the UK Association for European Law. She has acted as a reviewer for several leading journals, including the Modern Law Review, the European Law Review, the Journal of Competition Law & Economics and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement.

Andriani was appointed by the Greek government to serve as a member of the Law Preparatory Commission for the implementation of the ECN+ Directive and the modernisation of Greek competition law, while she has also acted as an Expert Advisor to the Hellenic Competition Commission.

Membership of professional bodies

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy; Non-practicing member of the Athens Bar Association

PhD supervisions

Yes, Andriani is accepting PhD supervisions.

Research interests

Andriani’s research seeks to illuminate how authorities and courts make, or should make, decisions when they enforce the competition rules, especially in the face of incomplete or contested evidence. The distinct focal point of her research is the design of appropriate liability and procedural rules to mitigate uncertainty and complexity and to safeguard the fairness and effectiveness of enforcement.

Andriani’s work cuts across all areas of competition law, endorsing a holistic approach. It is predominantly conceptual in orientation and draws on a combination of theoretical, doctrinal, qualitative, and empirical analysis and on a range of disciplines, including economics and philosophy. Andriani’s research so far has focused on questions of evidence assessment and judicial review in competition enforcement. Specifically, she has investigated how the EU Courts scrutinise the European Commission’s decisions where complex economic evaluations are involved; how evidence is assessed in EU competition proceedings; and how insights from economics or other disciplines become embedded in competition enforcement. Her current research interests involve the design of appropriate competition liability rules in the digital economy and beyond.


  • Competition Law and the Digital Economy (LLM)
  • Competition Law (LLB)
  • European Law (LLB)

If you are a law student at King's and would like to speak with Andriani, please do not hesitate to get in touch with her by email to arrange an appointment.