Georgios D. Pyromallis Law Office
35, Ypsilantou Street
GR 10676, Athens
Tel: +30 210 7292232
Fax: +30 210 7235717
Georgios Pyromallis is the head of the George Pyromallis Law Office, founded in 2006.
Mr. Pyromallis received his education at the University of Athens (1994) and the University of Munich (m.iur. 1995) where he obtained a Magister Legum Diploma in the Field of Economic Criminal Law. He is proficient in Greek, English, German and French languages.
He was admitted to the Athens Bar in 1996, and from 1995-2006 he worked as an associate in the criminal litigation department at Anagnostopoulos Bazinas & Fifis Law Offices. George has served in the Special Legal Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic (in the Human Rights’ Department).
He was a member of the Greek Committee for the drafting and translating of the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and participated in several task forces in the field of international criminal law. He also participated as the sole representative of Greece in the seminars (held in Trier – ERA) for defence counsels before the ICC and he is entitled to appear before the ICC in the Hague.
As a criminal law practitioner George Pyromallis specialises in business and financial crime, and has participated in most significant white collar and business crime cases in Greece during the last 15 years. He has extensive experience in most types of business crimes, financial fraud, money laundering, corruption practices, anti-terrorism, insider trading, medical malpractice, product liability, subsidies fraud, European Arrest Warrant, extradition and mutual assistance.
George Pyromallis has published several case comments and articles, including an article on Tadic-case before the I.C.T.Y in the leading Greek journal for Criminal Law ‘Poinika Chronika’.
Since 2007, he cooperates with Fair Trials International and he is a member of its Legal Experts Advisory Panel. He was a member (as the representative of the Athens Bar Association) of the Central Scientific Council for Prisons of the Greek Ministry of Justice.