Mrs Melita Theodorides has joined our affiliate law firm, Dionysiou & Partners, as Manager- Corporate Department. She brings with her a wealth of experience of over 20 years of Corporate and Commercial law, of which 7 were working for one of the Big4 professional service providers in Cyprus.
Her vast experience within leading law firms in Cyprus; encompasses many practise areas including banking, M&A, contract, corporate, shipping law, banking law and stock market and investment law, where she has advised an extensive portfolio of international clients. "Melita’s all round experience makes her the ideal candidate to manage and supervise our affiliate law firm’s large Corporate Department at Dionysiou & Partners, relays Charles Savva, Managing Director of Savva &Associates Group. “Her position is unique, in that she will be assisting the team with the complex and diverse international client projects that we are accustomed to receiving...ensuring that we will be well placed to continue to offer our clients unprecedented levels of service."
Melita Theodorides is the latest addition to our new affiliated law firm Dionysiou & Partners, a progressive and dynamic firm, with a strong international presence into Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Mrs Theoharides has also authored a number of legal articles in leading Cyprus and international journals, and is a leading speaker and trainer at international legal events. Melita studied Law at Leicester University, and was called to the Bar of England & Wales. She was also a Barrister at Lincoln's Inn, London, and became an Advocate at the Supreme Court of Justice in Cyprus.
Our Savva & Associates Group would like to wish Mrs Melita Theoharides all the very best in her chosen career, and Dionysiou & Partners every success within the S&A Group.
Melita can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to News
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