She completed her Law degree at the University of Reading and holds a Master of Laws in Human Rights Law from University College London. Konstantina is studying the BVS Advanced Criminal Specialism at City, University of London and she was awarded an Exhibition Scholarship by the Inner Temple.
Konstantina has extensive legal experience in international human rights law. She worked for the UCL Public International Law Pro-Bono Project where she examined whether the UK breaches the prohibition of torture. Equally, as a Legal Researcher at the Open Style Lab she examined whether fashion brands violate the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities when their clothes and accessories are not accessible.
Konstantina is committed to advocating for the rights and interests of disabled people and in doing so she founded Bringing [Dis]Ability to the Bar (BDABar). BDABar aims to make the Bar more accessible and inclusive to disabled aspiring barristers.”