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Aurelia is a critical and interdisciplinary legal researcher and writer and a current 4th-year Graduate Teaching Fellow and PhD candidate at The City Law School. As of September 2021, she is also a Lecturer in Law at London South Bank University.
Her doctoral thesis, “Vanishing Points: Social Inequality and the Law in Recent American Conceptual Art and Poetry” is supervised by Dr Grietje Baars (City) and Professor Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (Westminster) and was funded by The City Law School (2017-2020).
Aurelia taught core subjects on the LLB programme at The City Law School between September 2017 and September 2021, also acting as a Personal Tutor to solicitor apprentice students and a moot judge in the City Senior Moot Competition.
She is also the author of the book of poetry and essays, World of Interiors (Divided, 2022) and the poetry chapbooks NYT (Gauss PDF, 2018) and 2016 (After Hours Ltd, 2016), part of the collection of the New York Public Library.
Research interests: art/law, law and literature, law and psychoanalysis, critical legal studies, socio-legal studies.
- PhD, City, University London, United Kingdom
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours I), University of Sydney, Australia
- Lecturer in Law, London South Bank University, Sep 2021 – present
- Associate Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University, Jan – Aug 2021
- Research Assistant, City, University of London, Sep 2018 – Aug 2021
- Visiting Lecturer, City, University London, Sep 2017 – Aug 2021
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, City, University London, Sep 2017 – Aug 2021
Chinese (Mandarin) (can speak and understand spoken).
Title of thesis: Vanishing Points: Social Inequality and the Law in Recent American Conceptual Art and Poetry
Summary of research
Research interests: conceptual art, performance art, conceptual poetry, art/law, law and literature, law and psychoanalysis, critical legal studies, socio-legal studies.
- Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, A. University of Westminster.