Dr Marianthi Pappa possesses a diverse background in legal practice and academic research. After completing her legal studies at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece in 2009, she practiced law in Greece and Cyprus, consulting individuals and multinational corporations operating in the fields of finance and energy. She earned an LLM in Oil & Gas Law and a PhD in International Law of the Sea, both from the University of Aberdeen, and is an associate fellow in the Higher Education Academy of the UK. Along with her research in Aberdeen, Marianthi delivered tutorials and lectures for a range of legal and interdisciplinary courses.
In 2018, Marianthi joined the School of Law of the University of Nottingham. She teaches Law of Contracts, Understanding Law, and is convenor of the LLM module in International Law of the Sea.
She is also convenor of the Postgraduate Research Seminar Series and coordinator of the PhD mentoring scheme. Her research interests include: energy and investment law, ocean governance, space law, and her works have been published by leading peer-reviewed journals. Marianthi also delivers seminars and training workshops to governmental and business organisations on issues of boundary disputes and energy law.