the Goddess Athena Medal by International Society of Greek Writers 1999.
I. Delicostopoulos, born Agrinio Greece, 1933. Married to
Marina Delicostopoulou. Founder and senior partner at the Delicostopoulos-Sinaniotis
Law Firm. Education: Law at the University of Athens (LL.B, 1956 )
and Munich ( PhD in Law, 1959). Former Professor of Public Law,
University of Athens Law School (1974). Visiting Professor of Law
at the University of Wurzburg, Germany 1982-89. Attorney at law before
the Supreme Court (Greece). Languages: German, English, French, Italian.
Private Autonomy in Civil procedure, 1965, Commentary of the Code
of Civil Procedure (Two volumes. With Professor Sinaniotis ) 1968-69,
Administrative Law, 1972, Quasi contractual relations in administrative
law, 1973, The conditions of admissibility of annulment proceedings
before the Supreme Administrative Court (Council of State ), 1973,
European Procedural Law, 1986, The Genesis of Law and Ancient Greek
Poetry, 1996, Proceedings on cassation of administrative Courts decisions
before the Supreme Administrative Court, 2000.
Burokratie und Freiheit 1982, Sehnsucht nach der Polis, 1986.
Saggio Intoduttivo sulla Costatituzione Greca, 1998.
Several other publications in legal periodicals and Essays in
honor of academia.
Homo Erectus. Anima Feminina, Contraria, Apporoaches (translated into
English, French and German).