Lefkopoulou, Nefeli

Lefkopoulou, Nefeli

Nefeli is currently working on Theories and Legal Frameworks of Evidence in Comparative Constitutional Law and Proceedings under the supervision of Professor Guillaume Tusseau.

She completed, with honours, her undergraduate studies in Law, in the University of Panthéon-Assas of Paris. She continued her graduate studies at the Law School of the University of Oxford and pursued a Master Degree in European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe, in Bruges.

She has worked as a multimedia journalist in Toute L'Europe.eu, as a Teaching Assistant in Trinity College Dublin and as Law Clerk in Davis Polk& and Wardwell LLP.

PhD (in progress): « La preuve en contentieux constitutionnel comparé : Les causes du choix d’un modèle de régime probatoire »

Spécialités / Fields of Expertise : 
  • Comparative Constitutional Law;
  • Administrative Law;
  • Public Sector Reform;
  • European Union Law;
  • European Policies and Politics;
  • Competition Law;
  • Economic Regulation.


  • Seminars of Comparative Constitutional Law, Reims Campus, Sciences Po
  • Teaching Assistant for Comparative Competition Law, Reims Campus, Sciences Po
  • Tutorials of Introduction to Politics, Trintity College Dublin
Publications : 
  • « Reforming Competition and Economic policies: the Role of the European Commission», Friday Seminar Paper, 20th March 2015, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
  • « Abstention and Stockholm Syndrome Paradoxically Combined», in: First thoughts on the 20 September 2015, election in Greece edited by Roman Gerodimos, 30th September 2015, GPSP Pamphlet n.5
  • « Defending Democracy ‘beyond the state’: Towards a Europeanization of National Militant Restrictions dealing with Extremism? », Paper, GPSG Annual Report, 20th June 2014, London


College of Europe Master Thesis: The significance of the euro crisis in the cleavage of right wing political parties. A comparative approach between France and Greece.


  • 2014, Trinity College Dublin Award based on academic merit
  • 2012, European Excellence Award: Prize awarded by the Lisbon Council and Accenture for the recommendations report drafted as part of the Government of the Future project, EU Summit Brussels for Government Transformation
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