Newcastle Law School

Staff Profile

Dr Aris Christidis

Lecturer in Law



FHEA; PhD; LLM; LLB (Hons); BA (Hons)


Aris joined Newcastle Law School in January 2018, having previously taught at the University of Nottingham. He completed his PhD in December of 2018 (without corrections) at the University of Nottingham - School of Law for which he was awarded a generous scholarship by the same School. He currently teaches EU Law, Introduction to Business Law and Contract Law.


Aris’ current research lies in public procurement law and the interaction of public with private law in the context of public contracts. His research interests are in comparative law, the law of obligations, public procurement law and in the economic analysis of law.


Introduction to Business Law

Contract Law

EU Law

Roles and Responsibilities

Deputy Director of International Partnerships and Programmes

Library Committee 


Pedro Telles and Aris Christidis 'The regulation of public-private partnerships and concession contracts in the UK' in Piotr Bogdanowicz, Roberto Caranta and Pedro Telles (eds) Public-Private Partnerships and Concessions in the EU: An Unfinished Legislative Framework (Elgar, 2020) [Introduction and Part 1]

Blog contributions

Aris Christidis 'A note on Article 73 of the Public Contracts Regulations (and by extension Article 73 of the EU Public Procurement  Directive' in How to Crack a Nut (May 19, 2020)