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Stergios Aidinlis

Stergios Aidinlis

Stergios Aidinlis

DPhil Candidate

Stergios is a DPhil in Socio-Legal Studies candidate and a member of St Cross college, supervised by Professors Jane Kaye and Bettina Lange. His research, funded by the ESRC and the Onassis Foundation, examines the driving forces of administrative discretion in the context of data sharing for social research in the public interest. This enquiry, using the concept of legal culture, proposes to reconceptualise discretion beyond the lawful/unlawful binary. 

Stergios is currently (2017-18) serving as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Human Rights Law and a co-convenor of the Oxford Socio-Legal Discussion Group

Stergios has completed studies in socio-legal research [MSt (dist.)] and law (MJur) at the University of Oxford and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece [LLB & LLM in Criminal Law (both dist.)].