Eugenia Prevedourou, born in Patras, is Professor of Administrative Law at the Faculty of Law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She studied Law at National and Kapodistrian University of Athensand pursued her postgraduate studies at the University PARIS II (Université de Droit, d'Économie et de Sciences Sociales de Paris). She obtained the DEA (Diplôme d'études approfondies) in Internal Public Law (1988) and the DEA in Community Law (1989).
After doctoral studies under the supervision of Prof. Yves Gaudemet, also in Paris, she was awarded the title of Docteur en Droit de l’Université Paris II in October 1994. The doctoral thesis, bearing the title“Les recours administratifs obligatoires. Étude comparée des droits allemand et français”, was published in 1996 by LGDJ. From 1992 till 2001, she worked as a civil servant in the Court of justice of the European Union. Since October 2001 she has been teaching at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
She has also taught for short periods at the Universities PARIS I and PAPIS II and at the University Montpellier I (visiting professor). E. Prevedourou is an attorney-at-law, member of the Athens Bar Association, since 1988. From September 2018 till October 2020 she was member of the National Authority for Medically Assisted Reproduction. Her native tongue is Greek and she speaks fluently French, English and German. Besides her doctoral thesis, she is the author of six further books in French and in greek. She has made a significant number of publications in the fields of Administrative Law and European Community Law, as well as lectures in seminars and congresses, both national and european.