Dimitrios Kyriazis is the Head of the Law Faculty at the New College of the Humanities (NCH). He joined NCH in 2017, having taught for several years at Oxford University on the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, first as a tutor and then a Lecturer in Law. Dimitrios obtained his LL.B. (Distinction) at the University of Athens, graduating top of his class. He also holds an MJur (Distinction) from the University of Oxford, graduating top of his class (Clifford Chance Prize), with the support of an Onassis Foundation scholarship. He completed his MPhil in Law (Distinction) as a Light Senior Scholar at St Catherine's College. He served as Teaching Fellow in Law at UCL, has delivered numerous guest lectures at Leiden University and Queen Mary University of London, and has previously practiced law in Brussels and Athens, primarily working on State aid, M&A, competition and banking law.