Attorney at Law, Lykourezos Law Offices
Alexandros Lykourezos was born in Athens. He studied law at the Law School of the University of Athens and continued to pursue his post-graduate studies in Germany, at the University of Heidelberg on a German scholarship. He also followed post-graduate studies at University College of London.
Since 1961 he has practiced law in Greece as the head of Lykourezos Law Offices. His law practice was interrupted briefly for seven years, from 1967 to 1974, when as a result of the dictatorship in Greece, he moved to Paris and London in self-exile. Lykourezos Law Offices has established a long lasting tradition in Greece and abroad. Since 1910, it has maintained a leading position amongst Greek and European law firms. Alexander Lykourezos carries on the tradition that his father and his grandfather before him, left behind. This tradition has its roots not only in the legal field but extends to the political arena too. His grandfather and his father were both elected as members of parliament and served as ministers in various governments. Alexander, himself, has served as a member of parliament during the period 2000 - 2003 for the Athens district.
Alexandros Lykourezos has participated as a speaker in important conferences on various topics as well as on PPPs, Real Estate amongst others i.e. BHCC (March 2006, London), 6th International Summit of Serbia & Montenegro (May 2006, Belgrade), 7th Annual PPP European Summit (November 2006, Athens), 8th Annual Capital Link Forum (November 2006, New York), World Bank Conference (December 2006, Athens), 7th Economic Summit of the Republic of Serbia (October 2007, Belgrade), 8th Real Estate Development Conference & Exhibition in SouthEastern Europe (October 2007, Athens). He also wrote articles on the PPPs topic i.e. Public Private Partnerships (International Financial Law Review - IFLR magazine, July 2006), A positive impact on Greek Services (World Finance magazine, August - September 2007), The new Greek Law on PPPs - A new market in the making (Privatisation & Public Private Partnership Review 2007/08).