LLB (Athens), LLM (Edinburgh), PhD (Amsterdam)
Fellow (A), College Lecturer, Director of Studies, Tutor
- Fellow (A)
- College Lecturer in Law
- Director of Studies in Law (Part IB selected, & Part II)
- Assistant Tutor (Postgraduates)
- University Associate Professor in Intellectual Property Law
Telephone: 01223 763939
Dr Christina Angelopoulos is a specialist in copyright law, with a particular focus on intermediary liability.
Dr Christina Angelopoulos is a University Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law and a member of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL). At the Faculty of Law, she lectures in Intellectual Property Law on the undergraduate Tripos and the LLM course. In college, she is Director of Studies in Law, as well as supervising Intellectual Property Law.
She studied in Athens (LLB) and Edinburgh (LLM). She wrote her PhD on the European harmonisation of the liability of online intermediaries for the copyright infringements of third parties at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) of the University of Amsterdam. Her thesis was published by Kluwer Law International in 2016 under the title European Intermediary Liability in Copyright.
Before joining Cambridge, Christina worked as an Early Career Researcher at the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) of the University of London, where she helped deliver the activities of the Information Law and Policy Centre. Prior to that, Christina was based for 8 years at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) of the University of Amsterdam. At IViR, in addition to her PhD, she worked on a variety of projects relevant to copyright and media law.
Dr Christina Angelopoulos’s research interests primarily lie in copyright law, with a particular focus on intermediary liability.
In addition, she is interested in the term of protection of copyright and related rights, open content licensing, the European harmonisation of information law, the intersection between copyright and tort law, as well as the intersection between intellectual property rights and human/fundamental rights in information society.