Public Law

Public law regulates the exercise of public power by unilaterally imposing rules that regulate individual conduct. It includes cases such as tax disputes, pension issues and insurance contributions, public contracts and assignments, civil service disputes, expropriations, military issues and the assessment of the term of office, etc. Traditionally, the state has had a superior procedural position in relation to the individuals. However, since the enactment of the 1975 Constitution, many of the privileges of the state have been criticized by legal theory and jurisprudence. This positioning has mitigated decisively breaches of the Principal of Equality.

Our office represents a high caliber clientele, which includes Commanders in Chief of the Greek Armed Forces and members of the Greek parliament, undertaking the full range of relevant cases, from the calculation of pensions to the adjudication of appeals before all levels of jurisdiction for major cases.