Regulatory, EU and Litigation
Competition and EU Law|Dispute Resolution|Intellectual Property|Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality
Senior Associate, Camilleri Preziosi
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Parliamentary Assistant at the European Parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg
Stagiaire at the European Parliament in Luxembourg
LL.M. European Law, University of London (University College), UK
LL.D. University of Malta, Malta
B.A. Legal & European Studies, University of Malta, Malta
Kristina joined Camilleri Preziosi in 2008 after completing an LLM in European Union Law at University College London during which she focused on various modules relating to the EU internal market; competition law; intellectual property law and EU administrative law. Kristina became a Senior Associate with Camilleri Preziosi in 2015 and forms part of the firm’s EU, Regulatory and Litigation team. In recent years, Kristina’s main professional focus has been on litigation, representing various clients from both the private and public sector before the courts, principally in the areas of civil, commercial, EU law and public law issues. She has represented various clients in court and arbitration in connection with commercial and civil law claims, constitutional law claims as well as claims relating to public law matters and those connected to matters relating to EU competition law.
In addition to her work relating to dispute resolution, Kristina’s other main areas of work include advising on European Union law, with particular reference to the internal market, intellectual property law, consumer legislation, competition law as well as the law relating to tourism and hospitality, specifically timeshare legislation.
Kristina has recently also been delivering seminars on the practical aspects of debt collection in Malta whilst also participating in a number of seminars and conferences both locally and overseas including seminars on developments to EU Competition law; on the function of the European General Court, the new ADR and ODR Directives as well as cross border dispute resolution and current developments in the EU.
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What others are saying
Associate to watch - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2013
"Potential to grow" - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2013
Leading Individual Chambers Europe, 2013
Associate to watch - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2015
"Skilled and personable." - Dispute Resolution Legal 500, 2016