Dr. George Pamboridis
Founder and Senior Partner


George studied law in Athens and then went on to get a Masters degree (LL.M.) from the University of Southampton in Shipping Law. Following this he received an M.Sc from the International Relations Department of London School of Economics and then a Ph.D in law from the University of Southampton in Public International and Shipping law.

George is qualified in Cyprus (Member of the Cyprus Bar Association), Greece (Member of the Athens Bar Association) and England & Wales (Roll of Solicitors). He has worked for the City law firm of Holman, Fenwick & Willan before joining L. Papaphilippou & Co in Nicosia as a Partner for five years. In 2003 he started up Pamboridis LLC with offices in Nicosia and Athens.

He is the author of the book International Shipping Law: Legislation and Enforcement published by Kluwer Law International, the book Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Cyprus released in September 2012, and of numerous legal articles.

George was appointed by the President of the Republic of Cyprus in July 2015 as the Minister of Health until the completion of his term in February 2018 and during his tenure he introduced the Reform of the Health Sector including the NHS (GeSY). He now serves as a Commissioner of the Universal Health Care Commission of Chatham House.

Contact Details

+357 22 75 25 25 pamboridis@pamboridis.com Nicosia, Cyprus - Athens, Greece
February 2024

Payments, Deductions, Payroll, Record Keeping, Penalties. Important provisions on the protection of employees’ wages in accordance with the Protection of Wages Law 35(I)/2007, as amended (the “Protection of Wages Law”):  Payments:  As a rule, employers must pay employees’ salaries as follows: Cash payments are allowed only in exceptional cases explicitly outlined in the Protection of […]

December 2023

Yesterday 30 November 2023, the Plenary of the House of Representatives approved the extension of the Debt Restructuring provisions until the 31st December 2024.  The Debt Restructuring provisions allow for various tax reliefs and incentives in respect of transactions involving transfer of immovable properties by debtors to lenders, reflected in seven different laws. The context […]

November 2023

A proposal for a new law regulating the working conditions on Telework in the private sector has been approved by the Plenary of the House of Representatives last Thursday, 16 November 2023. Despite the developments that have taken place in recent years at national level in relation to telework and its gradual implementation by companies, […]