Eirinikos is a founding Partner of the Platis – Anastassiadis & Associates Law Partnership, associated with EY Greece, member of the EY Law network.
Prior to joining EY’s associated law firms, Eirinikos was member of a prominent London law firm.
Eirinikos holds an MJur degree from the University of Oxford and an LLB degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Eirinikos is a member of the Piraeus Bar Association in Greece, as well as a member of the Bucharest and Sofia Bar Associations, in Romania and Bulgaria respectively.
In 2007, Eirinikos was entrusted by a team of prominent businessmen with the incorporation of the legal Hellenic-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and served as the latter’s legal counsel for ten years.
Eirinikos is a member of the standing committee of the Greek Ministry of Justice on "Monitoring scientific developments and the legal framework for the protection of personal data and submitting proposals for legislative initiatives in view of new technologies". He has contributed in projects on updating and codifying Greek legislation, like the recently drafted Insolvency Code. Eirinikos has also published a book on GDPR, as well as articles in various academic and daily journals.
A devoted lover of history and archaeology, he is a Philos (friend) of the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
He was happy to play for the Olympiacos Piraeus junior basketball teams, as well as row while in Oxford (Nephthys Regatta VIII 1996 winner), and wise enough to set them aside for his legal studies.
How Eirinikos is building a better working world?
A constant supporter of Greek entrepreneurship and the local community, I aim at creating a prolific environment where both can thrive.