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Conference Venue

Conference Venue

The 81st ILA Conference will be hosted at the premises of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens  is the oldest and largest university in Greece, founded in 1837. It is named after King Otto and Queen Amalia, who played a significant role in its establishment. 

Athens Law School: Established in 1835, the Athens Law School is one of the oldest law schools in Greece. It is renowned for its rigorous academic programs and esteemed faculty members. 

Athens Public International Law Center (Athens PIL): The Athens PIL Center is a prominent institution within the Athens Law School, dedicated to the study and advancement of international law. It serves as a hub for research, education, and collaboration in the field of public international law. 

Athens Law School Library: The Athens Law School Library is a vital resource center for students, faculty, and researchers at the law school. It houses an extensive collection of legal texts, journals, and reference materials, supporting academic pursuits and legal research endeavors. 

University Faculty Club: The University Faculty Club is a social and professional centre for faculty members of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in the Kostis Palamasbuilding. It offers a venue for academic gatherings, networking events, and leisure activities, fostering camaraderie and collaboration among university staff.

These venues will host different sessions. Delegates are advised to refer to the program to determine the location of their desired session.


Taking the metro line M2 (red line), you stop at “Panepistimio” Station and head toward to Akadimias exit. Once outside the station, head southeast on Panepistimiou street until you reach Riga Fereou street. Turn left onto Riga Fereou street, and after approximately 200 meters, turn right onto Akadimias street. Walk along Akadimias street for about 130 meters, and you’ll find the ‘Kostis Palamas’ Building on your left-hand side.

Taking the metro line M3 (blue line) you stop at “Syntagma” Station. From there you board the metro Line 2 (red line) towards Anthoupoli. Ride the metro for one stop and disembark at the “Panepistimio” station.

Bus 235: The 235 bus stops at the Akademia bus stop, near the Panepistimio metro station on Line 2), at the Kipos bus stop (near Syntagma Square) and at the Evangelismos bus stop in the centre of Athens. 

Bus 230: The 230 bus stops at the Acropolis bus stop, near the Acropolis Museum in the city centre.

The Kostis Palamas Building is located relatively close to Syntagma Square, and walking is a viable option if you enjoy exploring the city on foot. It’s approximately a 15 to 20-minute walk, depending on your pace.

Taxi services in Athens provide a convenient and widely used mode of transportation for both residents and visitors. Based on typical taxi fare rates in Athens, a ride from Syntagma Square to the Kostis Palamas Building should cost around 5-10 euros, depending on traffic. Therefore, a fare of approximately 5.20 euros sounds reasonable for this distance.

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