He regularly blogs on European, constitutional and legal issues, mostly in infacts.org, verfassungsblog.de and the Oxford Business Law Blog. During the Eurozone crisis he was an active commentator in the press - as well as actively involved in politics in Greece.
Some of his recent articles are:
'Only a New Political Order can Rescue Greece' Financial Times 27 May 2012
'What will change with Brexit?' Financial Times 24 June 2016
'A New Referendum is a Constitutional Requirement' Oxford Business Law Blog, 04 July 2016.
'A Second Referendum is Probably Legally Required' InFacts, 06 July 2016
'How the Government Lost the Article 50 Case', InFacts, 27 January 2017
'The Elegant Way of the Constitution' Solicitors Journal, 21 February 2017
'Losing to the European Union' Verfassungsblog 14 November 2019
'EU Financial Claims Against the EU are Enforceable', InFacts, 22 March 2017
'Scottish Court Could Make Brexit far from Inevitable' InFacts, 25 May 2018
'UK Legal Opinion is Clear: UK Can Choose to Stay' InFacts, 04 December 2018
'If PM breaks Law, ECJ can halt Brexit' InFacts, 04 October 2019
An interview on climate change and planning law with Lexis Nexis is here.
His interview on the requirement for a new referendum on Brexit with Debating Europe, is here.
His radio interview with LBC radio on the requirement for a second EU referendum is available here.
The BBC's discussion of his argument on a second refrendum is here.
His Lexis Nexis Interview on the proposed changes to EU electoral law (taken no 06 January 2016) is here.
You can follow him on twitter at @PEleftheriadis.