Lincoln Law School
College of Social Science
Amal Ali joined the Law School in September 2016. She undertook her PhD studies at the University of Sheffield, where she had previously obtained an LLM in International and European Law. Her doctoral thesis considered the representation of women and their right to manifest their religious belief in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. Her research interests are in intersectionality and women’s rights within the broader field of law, gender and religion. Amal also manages the Law School's international exchange programme.
Amal teaches European Union Law, Human Rights in the UK and Legal Systems & Skills on the undergraduate programmes. She is the module co-ordinator of EU Internal Market Law and teaches The EU as a Global Actor: EU External Relations Law on the LLM International Law and International Business Law courses. Amal is also the Law School’s Year 1 Tutor, Study Abroad Co-ordinator and a member of the University’s Race Equality Steering Group and the College of Social Science Internationalisation Working Group.
Public International Law, International Human Rights Law, European Union Law and Critical Studies
Public International Law
International Human Rights Law
European Union Law