Chryssi Charissi graduated from the Law School in Athens (2016) with a degree “Very Good”. She attended a semester at the University of Bordeaux (Montesquieu Bordeaux 4) in 2015 through the student exchange program “Erasmus”, where she successfully attended the following lessons: medical law, aviation law and juvenile law. She has excellent knowledge of English (Proficiency level) and French (Sorbonne C2). Chryssi has done projects on sexual harassment at work, Freedom of Association, Right to the environment in the ECHR, International Seabed, Symbolic of gender identity, the principle of ‘ne bis in idem’ in administrative sanctions, respect for diversity as a limitation on the application of EU law, sovereignty in the EU: how they contribute to the emergence of transnational formations. Chryssi is a postgraduate student at Panteion University in the Department of International European Studies with direction Law and Politics.