Ioannis Voudouris

Dr. Yannis Voudouris holds a PhD degree in Law from the University of London (2013). He did his LL.M. at the University of Kent (1999) and received his LL.B. degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (1997).

During his doctoral studies in London he researched in the field of liner and tramp shipping industry. He is currently researching in the areas of Maritime Law and Civil Mediation, at post-doc level.

His international and professional experience is diverse: He is a qualified attorney, member of the Athens Bar and commercial director in one of the most prestigious shipbroker firms in the world. Since 2000, Dr. Voudouris has taught Maritime Law, Marine Insurance, International Trade Law, Contract Law, European Law and Law and Political Economy, in various universities around the world (UK, Greece, Cyprus, India, Eastern Europe and Western Balkans). He joined the Shipping Department of BCA in 2013 teaching Maritime Law and International Trade Law to postgraduate students. In addition Dr. Voudouris has written various articles that await publication in the area of Competition Law, Trade Law and Commercial Mediation.



Ph.D.: Queen Mary, Centre for Commercial Law Studies – University of London

LL.M.: Kent Law School – University of Kent. Specialisation: International Commercial Law

LL.B.: Athens Law School – National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Academic Research

Competition Law, Maritime Transport, Air Transport and Mediation.


Doctoral Dissertation

“Maritime Transport & Competition Law Issues: Partial Function Cooperation Agreements in Liner and Tramp Shipping”. Queen Mary, Centre for Commercial Law Studies – University of London. Core subjects: Competition Law, Maritime Law and Maritime Economics.


Professional Qualifications

  •   Attorney in the Athens Bar Association
  •   Shipbroker
  •   Certified Mediator





Online Master in Shipping

Awards recognised by
UK Naric

Education Awards 2016

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