Associate Professor Constantine Theophilopoulos
|Qualifications||LLD, LLM, LLB, BSc|
|Organisational Unit||School of Law|
His primary research interest is in the law of evidence and his current research focus is on the historical antecedents and the jurisprudential foundations of criminal and civil rules of evidence.
C onstantine Theophilopoulos joined the School of Law in 2004 after 15 years in practice. He commenced his legal career as a criminal attorney but has spent most of his professional life as a civil litigator. He lectures on wide range of subjects including, civil procedure, criminal procedure, criminal law, constitutional law, jurisprudence and the law of evidence. He obtained his doctorate in 2000 on the procedural and constitutional rights of the accused. Constantine is a co-editor of the Annual Survey of South African Law and co-author of a Handbook on Civil Procedure.