Nikos Maghioros is an Assistant Professor of Canon and Ecclesiastical Law in the Faculty of Theology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He studied in the Aristotle University and in the Pontifical Lateran University. He teaches Orthodox Canon and Ecclesiastical Law, Sources of Canon Law, Comparative Canon Law, Church and State relations in Greece and in European Union. He has organized and participated in various meetings and congresses relative to the inter-Christian dialogue and on the relations between Religion and State. He is ECTS Coordination of the Department of Theology and member of the Commission on European Projects of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His main publications are ‘La recezione della normativa conciliare nel diritto imperiale in materia di fede conservato ‘, in CTh. XVI”, Roma, 1998; Constantine the Great and the Donatist Crisis. A Study on the relation between Church and state during the reign of Constantine, Thessaloniki, 2001; ‘L’Église catholique romaine et l’État en Grèce. Une approche canonique –juridique’, in L’Année Canonique, 45 (2003), 177-190; ‘State and Church in Greece: “to reform or not to reform?””‘, in Droit et Religions, Annuaire 2 t. 1 (2006-2007), 496-534; ‘Spiritualità e tradizione canonica orientale’, in Studia et Documenta Historiae et Iuris, Rome, 73 (2007), 487-496′; and The patrimonial Law of the Roman Catholic Church (De bonis Ecclesiae temporalibus), Thessaloniki, 2007.