Kyriaki Noussia

Kyriaki is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter Law School. She has a PhD in Marine Insurance Law from the University of Southampton. She previously received an LLM in International Trade Law from the University of Essex and an LLB from the University of Athens. Kyriaki is a Greek Barrister with the Athens Bar Association (since 1997) and is licensed to appear before the Supreme Court and the Conseil d’ Etat (since 2012).

Kyriaki has held prestigious fellowships and awards such as the Exeter – Tsinghua Fellowship (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2018), the Fulbright Visiting Scholar award (Columbia Law School in New York, 2013) and the Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship (University of Hamburg Law School and Max Planck Institute for Private Law, 2008-2010). She has been a visiting academic at universities in Australia, Turkey, Italy, Greece, China, Latin America and the United States.

Research Interests

Kyriaki has expertise in insurance and reinsurance law, international commercial arbitration law, investment arbitration law, maritime law, energy law and environmental law. She is especially interested in the use of technology and innovation as well as AI in various areas of law such as: alternative dispute resolution and settlement (e.g., 3D printing and the use of AI in the resolution of related disputes); insurance law (e.g., AI aspects in the insurance of driverless cars) and InsurTech; and cyber-security and environmental implications in relation to offshore energy and inshore activities (e.g., exploration and expropriation contracts).

Kyriaki has co-authored a chapter on comparative legal regimes in relation to driverless cars, for a book on the Law of Driverless Cars, co-authored with Matthew Channon (University of Exeter) and Lucy McCormick, Barrister (Henderson Chambers). Kyriaki is also completing a chapter on Cybersecurity issues and infrastructure ramifications (insurance and other perspectives) for a book on InsurTech- which she co-edits with Pierpaolo Marano (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan).

Select Outputs

K. Noussia. “International and Comparative Aspects of the Law on Driverless Cars.” In The Law and Driverless Cars, edited by M. Channon, L. McCormick, K. Noussia. Informa, 2019.

K. Noussia. “Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Ramifications: Better Protection Mechanisms.” In InsurTech, AIDA Europe Insurance Law Series, edited by P. Marano and K. Noussia. Springer, 2019.

Select Conference Appearances

“Cyber-crime in the offshore oil and gas industry: insurance, environmental and sustainability perspectives,” 2018 IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK, 1-6 July 2018.

“New Technologies – Autonomous Vehicles and Robots, Cyber Risks, New Technologies and Insurance Process,” with R. Merkin, Plenary Session, XV AIDA World Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, October 2018.

Kyriaki Noussia in Rio Reinsurance-Arbitrations The-Principle-of-Indemnity-in-Marine-Insurance-Contracts
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"New Technologies – Autonomous Vehicles and Robots, Cyber Risks, New Technologies and Insurance Process,” AIDA World Congress

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