Fotis Spyropoulos was raised in Gavrolimni, Missolonghi. He began studying law in Athens but his interests shifted to music. However, after he started observing what was going on in society he finally decided to become a criminologist. He took a degree in law, he earned an MA in Criminal Law and Procedural Law. His next MA was in Criminology. At the same time he attended classes at the Department of International and European Studies at the University of Piraeus. He is currently working on his PhD thesis on hackers with a scholarship from the "Heraclitus II" program. He has written "Bullying at School)" (Sakkoula, 2011) and several articles in journals and newspapers. He has edited the volume "Trial of Crimes Against Humanity" (Sakkoula, 2009). He is the founder and editor of www.theartofcrime.gr. He once served as a Ministerial legal adviser but he was soon disappointed over the manner in which the executive branch works. Since then, he began working as a lawyer with offices in Athens and Messolonghi . He believes that the future is civil society: that’s why he is legal advisor to the "Transparency International - Greece" as an expert on European policy to combat corruption and Head of the Legal Department of Greek Consumers’ Institute (IN.KA.).