Nefeli  Roupakia has obtained a B.A in Law and European Studies and a Master’s degree  in International and European law at the University of Strasbourg and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Islamic Finance . She has interned at the  Directorate General of Home affairs of the European Commission (Brussels, Belgium) , in the legal department of CCC, a major middle-eastern construction company, in Athens ( CCC Offshore Athens, Greece) and London ( CCC Oil and Gas, UK), and in major Greek Law Firms dealing with international private law , privatizations ,public procurement law , banking law and EU competition law. Additionally she has chaired numerous international students’ simulations. Among others she has chaired at the Model NATO Youth Summit (chair of the NATO-Russia Council for two successive years, Brussels Belgium), at the Saint Petersburg International Model United Nations ( chair of the Human Rights Committee, Saint Petersburg, Russia) and at the Belgrade Model European Union ( chair of the European Parliament, Belgrade, Serbia). She is fluent in French , English and Greek and has a good mastery of Italian. Finally she would like to pursue  a career as a lawyer in Islamic Banking or in the Oil and Gas industry.