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Dr Emmanouela Mylonaki

mylonake@lsbu.ac.uk

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I joined LSBU in 2006 as a Lecturer in Law and I am currently an Associate Professor of Law in the Division of Law. I am the Course Director of the LLM Crime and Litigation and the LLM Human Rights and Development and I teach a number of modules on the LLM programmes. Following the completion of my LLB in Athens, Greece I completed my LLM (University of Westminster), followed by an MPhil in Criminology at the Institute of Criminology in Cambridge and a PhD in Law at the University of Bristol.

My research is concerned with the contemporary international and national counter-terrorism legal measures and the relationship between international terrorism and other forms of criminal activities such as transnational organised crime. In essence, I define myself as an international legal scholar and an international lawyer with a strong interest in the international criminalization of terrorism. My co-edited book entitled ‘Criminological Approaches to International Criminal Law’ was published by Cambridge University Press in 2014.I am an Expert assessor for major international journals such as the International Legal Research Journal and Political Studies Review.

PhD

University of Bristol

2004
2007
MPhil in Criminology

University of Cambridge, Institute of Criminology

2004
2005
LLM International Law

University of Westminster

2001
2002
JD

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Law

1993
1999
MA Text and Performance

RADA

2014
2016
PGHCE

London South Bank University

2008
2009
Fellow

Higher Education Academy, UK.

2009
2003-04: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Group of Governmental Experts on the Financing of Terrorism.
2003
2004
Political Studies Review.
2005

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From European Union student mobility to lockdown: “Virtual study mobility” in the COVID-19 era and a case study of transnational law in an international classroom delivered online
Koo, J., James, C. and Mylonaki, E. (2021). From European Union student mobility to lockdown: “Virtual study mobility” in the COVID-19 era and a case study of transnational law in an international classroom delivered online. in: Covid 19 and an Emerging World of Ad Hoc Geographies Springer.

The expanded doctrine of self-defence & international security assistance - the case of Afghanistan 2001 – 2020
Mylonaki, E. and Burton, T. (2022). The expanded doctrine of self-defence & international security assistance - the case of Afghanistan 2001 – 2020 . International Law Research. 11 (1), pp. 335-350. https://doi.org/10.5539/ilr.v11n1p335

Domestic Violence: Collateral Damage in the Era of Pandemic
Mylonaki, E (2020). Domestic Violence: Collateral Damage in the Era of Pandemic. Quarterly Journal of Women’s Health and Nursing. 1 (1), pp. 1-3.

Terrorism: international perspectives
Mylonaki, E (2019). Terrorism: international perspectives. in: Morgan, RD (ed.) The Sage Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology Sage.

The boundaries of the drone discourse in international law
Mylonaki, E and Burton, T (2017). The boundaries of the drone discourse in international law. International Journal of Terrorism and Political Hot Spots. 12 (1), pp. 1-12.

An Overview of the Western African Response to the International Counter-terrorism Legal Framework
Mylonaki, E. (2015). An Overview of the Western African Response to the International Counter-terrorism Legal Framework. 2015 (ii), pp. 18-27.

The relevance and application of empirical research methods to the study of international crimes
Mylonaki, E (2014). The relevance and application of empirical research methods to the study of international crimes. in: Bantekas, I and Mylonaki, E (ed.) Criminological Approaches to International Criminal Law Cambridge University Press. pp. 50-67