George Sakkopoulos is a 1L at Georgetown Law and a Business Law Scholar. He conducts research on antitrust and securities law as related to fintech as a Research Assistant for Professor Linda Jeng at the Institute of International Economic Law, at which he is also a Fellow. He is a Student Fellow at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution.
George graduated from the University of Manchester with a Bachelor of Laws, first class with honors, and with a Master of Laws, with distinction, in International Business and Commercial Law. He was an editor of the Manchester Review of Law, Crime, and Ethics and a research intern for Professor Christopher Humphrey of the Alliance Manchester Business School. He worked at the University of Manchester Justice Hub on employment, immigration, and housing law cases and on a legal tech project. His LL.M. thesis examined the role and potential reform of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes and his article on U.S. and E.U. antitrust law and policy was published in Volume X of the Manchester Review of Law, Crime, and Ethics. He served as chapter vice president of alumni relations of the Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity.
University of Manchester, LL.B., first class with honors, 2020
University of Manchester, LL.M., with distinction, in International Business and Commercial Law, 2021
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., expected 2024