Dissertation Title: TBD
Doctoral Supervisor: Professor Jeremy Waldron
Anja Bossow is a JSD candidate from Germany. She earned her first degree in law at the University of Oxford and an LL.M from the LSE where she received the Lawyers Alumni Prize for obtaining the best overall result. Subsequently, she undertook a fellowship at the United Nations and interned at the International Bar Association and the British Institute for International and Comparative Law. In 2020, she graduated with an LL.M in Legal Theory from NYU Law, where she studied as a Dean’s Graduate Scholar and German Academic Exchange Service Scholar and was a recipient of the David H. Moses Memorial Prize for obtaining the highest academic average. During her LL.M, she also worked as a human rights scholar at the Center for Global Justice and Human Rights as well as a research assistant for Professor Tarunabh Khaitan, Vice-Dean of Oxford Law.
Anja’s research interests include international human rights law, immigration law, citizenship theory and democratic theory. Her project addresses the legal and philosophical issues surrounding the power to revoke citizenship.