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Disabled Children Invisible in the Greek School System

A Child’s right to education may be one of the most important constitutional mandates, but it does not apply to all the children of Greece. Children with disabilities are invisible entities within an educational system that denies even keeping...

Group of Anarchists Protest Inside Greek Parliament Courtyard [Video]

A group of anti-establishment protesters managed to enter the premises of the Greek Parliament for several minutes earlier today protesting for the abolition of maximum security prisons (the so-called «Type-C» prisons). The group was asking for the release of former...

Clashes at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Results in 2 Injured Guards

Clashes erupted earlier today on the premises of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, when a group of students attempted to enter the room where the Senate meeting was being held, requesting the meetings are open to the public. During...

Anarchists Evacuate Athens Law School Sit-in

A group of anarchists who were on a sit-in for the sixth consecutive day at the Athens Law School in downtown Athens, peacefully evacuated the premises after a no-arrest order was issued by the Alternate Minister of Public Order...

Greek Anarchists Occupy Athens Law School

The main building of the School of Law in downtown Athens, Greece, has been occupied by a group of anarchists, who have issued a statement with demands. The invaders, reportedly members of a so-called anti-state movement, told the students...

Students Occupy University Buildings to Protest Rectorate Proposal

A new wave of occupations of university buildings has started as students protest against the rectorate's proposal that student issues should be decided by electronic voting. So far, four university buildings have been occupied by students, Specifically, the Athens Law...

Tension Outside Athens Law School Ahead of November 17 Polytechnic Events

Police forces have been gathered outside the buildings of the Athens Law School and the Athens University of Economics in Greece, after a decision of the Rectors of the Universities not to shut down the schools ahead of the...

Greek Law Students Win World Moot Court

Four Greek students who are seniors at Athens Law School won World Moot Court, a global competition organized by the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA). Out of the 117 universities that participated in the competition, the Greek team and Harvard’s...

Criminal Lawyer Alexandros Katsantonis Dies

Well-known criminal lawyer Alexandros Katsantonis passed away at the age of 86. He was hospitalized in Athens with serious heart problems. He was a legendary figure of Greek courts, leading some of the cases heavily publicized, such as the November...

Greek Law Students Win World Moot Court

Students from the Athens Law School have recently received one more distinction, this time in the 6th International Roman Law Moot Court Competition. Students from the Law School of Athens prevailed over other groups of students from the universities...