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Tutor Spotlight: Alexia Solomou
4th March 2014
Introduction to International Law (Cambridge)
Alexia Solomou is Research Associate to Professor Crawford AC, SC at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law and a Senior Member of Hughes Hall College at the University of Cambridge. She has previously clerked at the International Court of Justice as a Columbia Law School Fellow.
She also has professional experience with the Liaison Office of the International Criminal Court at the United Nations, the Multilateral Affairs and International Organizations Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus, and the Commission of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of the French Secretariat of Amnesty International.
She has previously taught law at the American University of Paris and at Loyola Law School, whilst having been Editorial Assistant for the International Journal for Transitional Justice and the Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law.
She holds the Diploma in Public International Law from The Hague Academy of International Law, an LL.M from Columbia Law School, and an LL.B with French Law from University College London and Université Paris II (Panthéon–Assas). She is fluent in French and Greek, and proficient in Spanish.