Ioannis Androulakis and his specialized team at Androulakis Law Firm, act as Consultants to LCI Law, in all matters relating to Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure.
Ioannis has been a practicing criminal lawyer since 1997, specialised in matters relating to financial crime and transnational criminal proceedings, with extensive experience in criminal risk management, criminal litigation and compliance controls.
He is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure at the Faculty of Law/University of Athens and President of the Council of Europe Conference on the Convention against Money-Laundering and Terrorist Financing (ETS No. 198). He also serves periodically as an Advisor to the Hellenic Ministry of Justice and as a UNODC Consultant. Moreover, he is the national representative to the CCPCJ and to the Implementation Review Groups of the UN Conventions against Corruption and Transnational Organized Crime. He is the President of the Legislative Committee for the current Greek AML/TF Law; the Head of the delegation of the Hellenic Ministry of Justice to the FATF; and a Member or Delegate in numerous other legislative committees, expert groups and evaluation mechanisms, including the OECD Working Group on Bribery, the Council of Europe ad hoc Group on Transnational Organized Crime, the ARO Platform Subgroups, and the EU Second Opinion Network on the EU Anti-Corruption Report.
Ioannis was Co-President of the DROIPEN group during the 2014 Greek EU Presidency, an Alexander Onassis Foundation Scholar (Universities of Göttingen and Halle-Wittenberg), a Fritz Thyssen Foundation Scholar (University of Munich), an OEAD Scholar (University of Vienna), an IVLP Alumnus (United States) and a visiting Professor at the University of Augsburg.
Criminal Law & Litigation
Ioannis is a member of the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association and in 2021 was elected as Member of the Board of the Greek Society for Criminal Law.
Ioannis is fluent in Greek and has a professional working proficiency in English, German and French