Lambros is an individual driven by ambition and possesses a strong winning mentality and a profound appetite for learning. He is a lawtech researcher researching the areas of emerging technologies with a focus on AI, Machine Learning and Automation, Deep Learning, and Automated Machine Learning.
Lambros has a considerable passion for technology, which is apparent from the fact that he was awarded certifications from DataCamp for online courses in Structured Query Language (SQL), programming languages (Python, R), and Machine Learning for Business. He has earned 7 Intermediate Certifications from International Computer Technology (ICT) Europe in topics such as Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Furthermore, he is the author of a publication in the North East Law Review on AI and its impact on the legal profession.
In his short professional career, Lambros, after completing his military service as a Corporal at the National Guard of Cyprus, has thus far, completed internships with EY, KPMG, Deloitte, Wintrado Ltd, Vinson Financials Ltd, and Elias Neocleous LLC in Cyprus. In the UK, Lambros has conducted freelancing work for The Times, also as a researcher, and undertook an internship with Muckle LLP. Moreover, he is currently working as a freelancer on Fiverr, where he is offering services, mainly, in drafting legal contracts/agreements. His considerable professionalism is apparent from the various 5-star reviews submitted by Lambros’s clients.
In 2020, Lambros was also awarded the NCL+ Award from Newcastle University. Additionally, his academic background also consists of online courses from major universities, including a certification in Intellectual Property Law from the University of Pennsylvania, a certification in Financial Markets from the University of Geneva, and a certification in Spanish Vocabulary from the University of California, Davis.
Lambros holds an LLB law degree from Newcastle University and is currently enrolled in an MSc master’s degree in International Business from The Business School (formerly Cass), London.