Areas of interest
Dr Kyriaki Noussia has research interests in insurance and reinsurance law, private and public maritime law, arbitration law (international commercial and investment) environmental law and energy law (oil and gas), AI and the law (the use of technology and innovation, use of data within AI and new technologies). She has published in the above fields; and her work has been funded over the years by the ESRC, British Academy, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and the Fulbright Research Scholars’ Programme.
Kyriaki joined the University of Reading as Associate Professor in Commercial Law having previously taught at the University of Exeter and previously also at the University of Birmingham, UK.
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.
Kyriaki currently teaches on the following modules:
- Contract Law (LLB)
- Legal Skills (LLB)
- Commercial Law (LLB)
- Technology, Privacy and Internet Regulation (LLB)
- Advanced International Commercial Law Issues (LLM)
Kyriaki Noussia was one of the two speakers at the AIDA (International Insurance Law Association) Cyprus Launch Webinar on Thursday 21.10.2021. The webinar was held in Greek and the general thematic was “The implementation of the general data protection regulation in the insurance sector”. The other speaker was the Commissioner for Data protection.
Kyriaki Noussia participated in a 2-days virtual conference organised jointly by the Athens law School, Greece and the Berkley Law School, USA on 18-19 June 2021. The conference’s thematic was titled “Building Bridges in Private Law”. Dr. Noussia talked on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on business interruption insurance policies.