Elena Bolonasi is an Attorney at Law (Athens Bar Association) – Criminologist, a graduate of the Law Department of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, with postgraduate studies in Forensic Psychology (Università di Novedrate) and training specialization certificate in Forensic – Psychiatric Forensic Psychology (EKPA). She has also graduated from the Department of Greek Philology of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. At the same time, she studied music. She teaches “Criminology”, “Investigation”, “Criminal Law”, “Intellectual Property and Related Rights” and “Juvenile Law” at the Private Investigations Department of Κ.D.V.M. She has worked as a crime and media reporter, and as a cultural content columnist in collaboration with popular websites. As an English teacher, she has worked in Foreign Language Teaching Centers. She has been honored by the Greek Association of Screenwriters with 1st and 3rd Prize for her screenplays and by the Panhellenic Union of Writers for the crime novel “The Hill of Hernion”, published by “24grammata”.