Eve Athanasekou holds an Honors Degree in Law from the National & Capodistrian University of Athens, an M.Sc. in Information Technology and a Ph.D. in Law (Internet Law), both awarded by the University of Glasgow and funded by the Hellenic State Scholarship Foundation. Her doctoral thesis titled “Copyright on the Internet: Linking and Framing Problems on the World Wide Web” focused on the interaction of modern technological issues and the traditional interpretation of law. She specializes in computer and Internet law, the history, sociology and philosophy of law, intellectual property and real estate law. Between 2000 and 2003 she was the co-editor of artzine, a bilingual electronic magazine on art and technology. Her work experience involves practicing law, teaching computer science and law at the university level (University of Glasgow) as well as information technology to secondary school, college students, and adults. She is currently with the Legal Department of the Hellenic Notaries Association. Her research interests involve: Internet law, ancient Greek law and constitutions, Roman law, Byzantine notarial system. ancient Greek & Byzantine social and economic history, local histories general theory of state; and Modern Greek constitutional history. She is an adjunct faculty member and teaches in the General Education program.