Elias Neocleous & Co LLC welcomes the ‘future of the law’

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC is pleased to introduce the eight successful candidates for its prestigious 2021-2022 Trainee Lawyer Programme.  The programme inevitably attracts the highest calibre of graduate and competition to win a place on it is fierce. Successful candidates are rewarded with an individually mentored, intense learning programme during which they will gain […]

The Whistleblowing Directive: Update on its implementation

In 2018, the European Commission explicitly stated: “Unlawful activities and abuse of law may occur in any organisation, whether private or public, big or small. They can take many forms, corruption, fraud, businesses’ malpractice or negligence. And if they are not addressed, it can result in serious harm to the public interest. People who work […]

The advantages of compromise over conflict!

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC is pleased and honored to announce that Kriton Dionysiou, Associate of our firm, will be judging MediateGuru’s 1st International Investment Arbitration Moot. The competition will be held on the 11th and 12th of September. It will focus on providing a practical exposure to Alternative Dispute Resolution (‘ADR’), specifically Arbitration, to law students […]

ADIT exam successes!

A man of many talents, our Finance Director, Constantinos Christofi, has now added success in all stages of the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation (ADIT) examinations to his list of accomplishments.  Elias Neocleous & Co LLC is delighted to congratulate him on this excellent achievement. Happily, however, Constantinos is not the only member of staff […]

Artificial Intelligence and the Administration of Justice

An article which was co-authored by Senior Associate, Christiana Pyrkotou and Associate, Aimilia Efstathiou recently featured in the Cyprus Mail.  In the article they examine the latest EU regulatory proposals concerning the use of Artificial Intelligence(‘AI’) with specific reference to its potential use within the Cyprus judicial system. They explain why such usage might be […]