Alexia Solomou is currently Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice and founding President of the Cypriot Branch of the International Law Association. She was previously Research Associate to Professor James R. Crawford AC, SC at the University of Cambridge and before that Research and Publications Assistant to the Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. She is admitted to the Bar of England and Wales (2015) and Cyprus (2012). She is one of two Cypriots holding the Diploma of The Hague Academy for International Law. She also holds an LL.M from Columbia Law School and an LL.B with French Law from University College London and the University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). Her main areas of expertise include international dispute resolution, the law of the sea, maritime and boundary delimitation, and the use of force in international law.
Attorney-at-law, England and Wales (2015) and Cyprus (2012)