Konstantina Bania specializes in Media, Telecommunications and Technology (TMT) Law and Competition Law. She has a solid and extensive academic background in these areas, which she acquired by successfully completing a PhD in Law (European University Institute), two LL.M. degrees in International and European Law (European University Institute and Free University of Brussels), an MSc in Business Science (University of Barcelona), a Bachelor of Laws (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and University of Salamanca), and relevant coursework at Harvard Law School and Fordham Law School. Konstantina has received numerous research grants, prizes and fellowships, which were awarded by the Getulio Vargas Foundation (BR), the European Broadcasting Union (CH), the European University Institute (IT), the Competition Law Scholars Forum (UK), the Greek Scholarships Foundation, and the Institute for European Studies (BE). Over the past years, Konstantina has worked on various EU-funded projects, including MEDIADEM and the Media Profiler, and taught courses in her fields of expertise at the Getulio Vargas Foundation, Bocconi University and the University of Padova. As a practitioner (called to the Bar since 2008), she has provided legal services to a range of institutions and organizations, including the European Commission (DG Competition and DG MARKT), IT qualifications providers, broadcasters, cloud service providers, and advertising agencies.