8-19 July 2019: 'Libertarian Paternalism as Liberal Perfectionism: An Old Story Retold', Summer Institute in Law and Economics, University of Chicago Law School.
3-5 April 2019: ‘One judge or three judges? Some findings from a recent reform in the Greek Criminal Justice System’, SLSA Annual Conference 2019, Leeds University.
10-12 January 2019: 'Anti-corruption measures in times of institutional and financial crisis', Greek Society of Criminologists Conference 2019 (invited speaker).
15-16 June 2018: ‘Nudging 2.0: Reconsidering the place of autonomy in welfare-promoting public policy’ (panel co-organiser), 2nd International Conference in Contemporary Social Sciences, University of Crete.
27-29 March 2018. 'One or three judges? Some findings from a recent reform in the Greek Criminal Justice System' (poster). SLSA 2018, Bristol.
15-17 December 2017: ‘Theories of Freedom: The Millian Ideal of Autonomy as a constituent element of the good life’ (Invited Speaker), 2nd Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, University of Athens.
26-28 May 2017: ‘The Moral Foundations of the Right to Free Speech’, Conference: Free Media? Balkans and Turkey, The European Public Law Organisation.
7-9 September 2016: ‘Liberalism, Paternalism and Diversity’, MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory 2016, University of Manchester.
5 April 2016: ‘History on trial and freedom of speech’, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences.
25 February 2016: ‘The reality of anti-hate speech jurisprudence: the H. Richter Case’, University of Hull, invited by the McCoubrey Centre for International Law.
1 April 2015: ‘What is wrong with libertarian paternalism?’, Faculty Seminar, City University London.
28 November 2014: ‘Libertarian Paternalism, Assisted Choice and Free Will’, Third Annual Philosophy of Science Conference, Athens Greece.
5 May 2014: ‘Three plus one objections to legal paternalism and why they should be overruled’, University of Athens, Department of Philosophy and History of Science, Faculty Seminar.
27 March 2014: ‘Debate: The puzzle of legal paternalism’, with Antonios Karampatzos, University of Athens, Law School, invited by the 'J. S. Mill' Research Group.