Senior Lecturer in Law
Lincoln Law School
College of Social Science
About Alexandra Bohm
Alexandra Bohm is a Senior Lecturer in Law in College of Social Science. She undertook her training contract and then practised as a solicitor with Norton Rose LLP from 2003-2007, before gaining a Masters and then PhD at the University of Sheffield. Alexandra then taught at the universities of Birmingham and Sheffield before moving to Lincoln in 2016.
I teach on the undergraduate contract and tort modules, and on the LLM international business law and international dispute resolution modules.
international peace and security law; cyclists and the law
— University of Sheffield, 2014
MA in Global Politics and Law
— University of Sheffield, 2008
— University of Bristol, 2001
International Criminal Law
international peace and security law
legal theory and research methodologies
public international law
Responsibility to Protect
tort law and cycling
Doing Law Beyond the State
— awarded £5485 by in
- Fotios, Steve and Bohm, Alexandra (2017) Cycling, lighting, accidents and responsibility. Electricity and People, 67 . pp. 61-62. ISSN .
- Fotios, Steve and Bohm, Alexandra (2017) Cycling proficiency. The Lighting Journal, 82 . pp. 28-33. ISSN 0950-4559
- Brown, Garrett W. and Bohm, Alexandra (2016) Introducing Jus ante Bellum as a cosmopolitan approach to humanitarian intervention. European Journal of International Relations, 22 (4). pp. 897-919. ISSN 1354-0661
- Bohm, Alexandra (2013) Responding to crises: the problematic relationship between security and justice in The Responsibility to Protect. Global Policy, 4 (3). pp. 247-257. ISSN 1758-5880