Areas of Practice

Constitutional Law
Constitutional law is the law that governs the affairs of the state and it concerns both the relationships between the executive, legislature and judiciary.

Cyprus, since 1960 has a written constitution which so far has been amended six times.  The Constitution can be described as the main body of law which amongst other things establishes the Government with its organs (Executive, Legislature and Judiciary) and which incorporates the human rights and civil liberties, as they have arouse from the European Human Rights Convention, into the legislation of Cyprus.

One of the mostly used is article 146 of the Constitution which gives power to a person to appeal at the Supreme Court against a decision of a public organ.