Myrto joined Avramopoulos & Partners Law Firm in 2010 as a Senior Associate, following a merge with Mr. Athanassios Safaris law office. She mainly practices in the field of labor law (advising individuals and legal entities on the latest developments and amendments in labor law) and also conducting litigation before the competent courts. She also acts as legal counsel to unions and foundations in relation to administrative and internal operation issues and the management of their real estate property resulting from donations by individuals. Myrto has been involved in negotiating, drafting and terminating both commercial and resident lease agreements, acting as a legal counsel to both companies and individuals, as well as conducting relevant litigation. Further, Myrto handles various cases relating to vehicle distribution agreements of major motor companies, acting for the Greek distributor.
She began her career in 2003 as a trainee at the legal department of the Benaki Museum in Athens, where she was involved in intellectual property and civil law cases and reviewed and drafted complex loan agreements. She then worked as an associate at a law office in Athens specialising in labor law, dealing with lawsuits and preliminary injunction proceedings pertaining to employees’ matters of a main telecommunications organization of Greece. In 2006, Myrto started working for the Athanassios Safaris Law Office where she undertook various civil law matters including money recovery claims and employment related issues.
University of Athens Law School (LL.B- 2003)
During her studies at the Athens Law School (October 1999–March 2000), she obtained a scholarship from the Erasmus Institution in Université du Havre (France), Faculté des Affaires Internationales, where she was trained in constitutional law, administrative law, penal law and took a course in geopolitics.
Athens Bar Association (2005); Qualified to appear before the Court of Appeals
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