Hristina Georgieva is а practising attorney-at–law, a member of ELI, and has been a member of the teaching staff at Salzburg Summer School in European Private Law since 2020. She is the author of a book entitled Legal Protection of Videogames under Bulgarian Law.

Georgieva taught IP law, commercial law and introduction to law at the University of National and World Economy (UNWE), as well as a course on the legal protection of videogames at Plovdiv University.  

She was the winner in the ‘Political, Legal and/or Governmental Affairs’ category of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Bulgaria (JCI 2021) and her achievements in education and personal development were recognised in the ‘Doctoral Student of the Year’ competition of the National Representation of Student Councils in 2020. In the same year, Georgieva was a PhD student of the University of National and World Economy. She was selected as the Best Delegate of the Commission on Human Rights of the Organization for Leadership Development, MUN, Zagreb in 2018 and as Best Agent of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, MunLaws, Ljubljana University in 2017. Georgieva was a UNWE and ILAC Scholarship Fellow in a specialised three-month CopyrightX course, organised by Harvard University in 2017. Furthermore, from 2019–2020, she was a grant beneficiary under the BG05M2OP001-2.009-0012 project, participating in scientific PhD research on mobility at the Universities of Perugia, Thessaloniki, and Grenoble.