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Alicia Danielsson is a lecturer in law, with particular interests and expertise in the areas of Human Rights Law, EU law, International Business and Trade Law, Jurisprudence, Legal Research Methods, International Criminal Justice and Comparative Law.
Alicia joined the university in 2017, having previously worked at Abertay University in Dundee. Her current responsibilities include teaching on a number of core subjects on the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Master of Laws (LLM) programmes, acting as the Enhanced Personal Tutor for the LLB students and running the School of Law's Social Media Platforms.
Her subject-specific research interests lie in the fields of comparative and EU law, with a specific focus on the area of freedom, security and justice as well as EU labour law and human rights protection. She is currently investigating the impact of EU harmonisation on the domestic regulation of prostitution and trafficking in human beings in Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom for her PhD, which she is expected to submit in 2018.
She has a particular expertise and interest in mixed methods of comparative legal analysis, including formalism and structuralism, as well as hermeneutics, with a particular emphasis on legal philosophies.
In addition to this, Alicia's research interests and research focus also include exploring law teaching methods and inclusive practices within legal education, in particular in relation to experiences of law students with specific learning difficulties (SpLDs), in order to develop more inclusive teaching practices within law education.
Danielsson, A. (2017). Legal Philosophical Considerations of Prostitution: A Roadmap to Understanding Diverse Legal Approaches to Prostitution in Europe. Strathclyde Law Review, Strathclyde Law Review 3 (1), 24.