Eugenia DacoroniaEugenia Dacoronia

Associate Professor of Civil law,
Athens University Department of Law,

Athens University
Department of Law
18, Valaoritou Str
10671 Athens

Tel: (+30) 210 201-0011 or (+30) 210 223-7150
Fax: (+30) 210 363-9601


Curriculum Vitae
Eugenia Dacoronia was born of Greek nationality in Cairo (Egypt) in 1958. She graduated with excellence in 1979 from the Athens Faculty of Law, where she also received her doctorate with excellence in 1994. She has attended several courses abroad (Amsterdam, King’s College London, Tulane University). Since her admittance to the Athens Bar in 1981, she has been practising mostly in civil (contracts and real property), intellectual property, commercial and administrative matters. She is also a European Patent Attorney. In July 2010, Eugenia Dacoronia was elected an Associate Professor of Civil Law at the Athens University Department of Law, where she had also been teaching, being elected an Assistant Professor in 2005, a lecturer in 1995 and a scientific collaborator in 1980. She teaches, among other subjects, General Principles of Civil Law, Real Property Law, Law of the Environment, and Torts in the Legal System of the USA. She is the author of two books ‘Sublease of Movables’ (in Greek) and ‘The Issue of Construction of Wills under Greek law’ (in Greek) and she has published various articles and notes on Court decisions in Greek legal periodicals and in the European Review of Private Law (in English and French). Eugenia Dacoronia has taken part in international congresses as a national representative, and has participated in the Trento Common Core project as well as in the Study Group on a European Civil Code as a member of the Advisory Council on: a) Torts and b) Lease of movables. Since 2007 she participates in the Torino Common Core project. Since December 2006, Eugenia Dacoronia has also been a member of the Central Codification Committee of the Greek Parliament. Since 2011 member of the European Group on Tort Law and fellow of the European Law Institute.