Staff-Profile-Vasileios-Adamidis

Vasileios Adamidis

Principal Lecturer

Nottingham Law School

Staff Group(s)
Academic Division

Role

Vasileios is a Principal Lecturer and International Manager of Nottingham Law School. As International Manager, he is responsible for the implementation of Nottingham Law School’s international strategy, including international partnerships, collaborations and recruitment. Vasileios leads and teaches the following modules: United States Law (LLB) and International, European and Comparative Law (LLB). His research interests lie in the field of legal history and rhetoric, especially in the context of Athenian democracy, and in particular ancient Greek law and the workings of Athenian courts.

Career overview

Vasileios studied Law (LLB) at Cardiff University. He holds a Doctorate in Law from the University of Exeter and a Master’s Degree in International Law with International Relations from the University of Kent. He had taught in the fields of Law and Classics at the University of Exeter, before joining Nottingham Law School in 2015.

Vasileios is happy to supervise projects on the field of ancient Greek law, politics and rhetoric.

Research areas

With an expertise in ancient Greek law, Vasileios has published a monograph on the rule of law in classical Athens and the rhetoric of litigants in the Athenian courts.

With a keen interest in the theory, history and philosophy of law and its relation with politics, sociology and psychology, Vasileios is a proponent of the interconnection of the currently unduly fragmented social sciences. He has published articles on the workings of the Athenian democracy and their connection with today’s politics and jurisprudence.

Sponsors and collaborators

Vasileios has received funding from the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies / Dover Fund.

Publications

Books

Journal Papers

Press expertise

My expertise relates to ancient Greek law and history, including the ideological and philosophical background of democratic constitutions.