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Welcome to Philomila Tsoukala

posted by Bob Lawless

On behalf of Credit Slips, I wanted to welcome Professor Philo Tsoukala from the Georgetown University Law Center. Professor Tsoukala will be joining as a guest blogger, and she will be commenting especially on the Greek debt situation and how the debt situation is affecting everyday life in Greece. Professor Tsoukala specializes in family law and is the co-author of a forthcoming new edition of a well-respected textbook in the field. At Georgetown, she teaches classes in family law and EU law as well as a seminar on the regulation of the family and the market. We're very happy that she has agreed to lend her expertise to our online community.


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