Triantafyllia has graduated from the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) in 2018.
Concurrent to her bachelor studies, she started working as a legal intern at “A.P. Law Firm” in Athens, which specializes in Intellectual Property Law. Upon conferral of her diploma she was offered a position as a trainee lawyer in the same firm while she was accepted to the NKUA’s Master Program in Industrial Property and Competition Law. The program consisted of courses with a main focus on Competition Law, Economic Analysis of Law, Regulation as well as Intellectual Property Law. She was involved in projects on current EU issues, such as sharing economy, net neutrality, blockchain and the operation of digital platforms under the scope of Competition Law.
The knowledge gained through these projects was enriched by the completion of her master thesis in the field of Algorithmic Collusion, where she made her research on price-setting algorithms used in digital markets and e-commerce areas as well as in Brick-and-Mortar retailers, by analyzing the economic impulse of the algorithmic collusion. After the completion of the first LLM she further continued her postgraduate studies on Competition Law in Queen Mary University of London from which she graduated in 2022 with distinction.
Upon admittance to the Athens Bar Association exams, she has started working as lawyer specializing in competition law and regulation.