Dr Anna Chronopoulou

Staff

DepartmentWestminster Law School
Research groupCentre for Law, Society and Popular Culture

Research outputs

Unwritten Lawyers: A Comparative Approach on the Representation of Women Lawyers in the Anglo-American and European Literature
Chronopoulou, A. 2014. Unwritten Lawyers: A Comparative Approach on the Representation of Women Lawyers in the Anglo-American and European Literature. in: Frenkel, D.A. (ed.) Private Law, Public Law and Human Rights ATINER. pp. 157-168

From a Professional Tribe to a Business Neo-tribe:Towards a Theory of Consumer-based Lifestyles in the Legal Profession
Chronopoulou, A. 2015. From a Professional Tribe to a Business Neo-tribe:Towards a Theory of Consumer-based Lifestyles in the Legal Profession. Athens Journal of Law. 1 (1), pp. 69-84. doi:10.30958/ajl.1.1.5

A Renegotiations of Status? Neo-tribal Sociality in the Barristers' Profession in England
Chronopoulou, A. 2016. A Renegotiations of Status? Neo-tribal Sociality in the Barristers' Profession in England. in: Frenkel, D.A. (ed.) Selected Issues in Modern Jurisprudence Athens, Greece ATINER. pp. 179-190

Taxation on Consumption in Brazil and Gendered Aspects
Chronopoulou, A. and Tôrres, A.N. 2018. Taxation on Consumption in Brazil and Gendered Aspects. in: Frenkel, D.A. (ed.) Old Issues: New Perspectives Athens, Greece ATINER. pp. 107-121

The Unpopularity of Property Law Modules: Popular Culture offers Solutions
Chronopoulou, A. 2019. The Unpopularity of Property Law Modules: Popular Culture offers Solutions. Athens Journal of Law. 5 (3), pp. 241-254. doi:10.30958/ajl.5-3-2