Aspasia has over 25 years of specialisation in advising on tax law and representing clients before the administrative courts and the Council of State. She has vast experience in advising on income, inheritance, donation and capital gains tax imposed on individuals and companies, the tax arising from a broad range of transactions and indirect taxation. She has also studied economics in the University of Athens, so she is business-minded.

She has taken part in committees set up to examine tax legislation in the context of public consultations at the Ministry of the Economy and working groups at the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises for the improvement of taxation system. Aspasia is Secretary of the Greek Association of Tax Law and Fiscal Studies in which capacity she has organised and participated in numerous seminars, lectures, conferences and working groups on the interpretation of tax legislation. Aspasia has taught courses on tax law at ALBA Graduate Business School and taught seminars at the Ministry of Finance and the Athens Law Society on developments in the tax. She has been widely published in newspapers and periodicals and conducts research for tax law publications. Since 2011, Aspasia has been editor of the oldest Tax Law Bulletin, a leading Greek publication she has contributed to as a director for the past 25 years.