Dr Aleksandra Jordanoska joined the School of Law as a Lecturer in September 2016. Previously she taught at Keele University, Queen Mary University of London and at the Ss Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia.
Aleksandra holds an LL.B. degree with specialisation in Criminal Law and a Master of Laws degree in Theory of Law from the Ss Cyril and Methodius University. Following this, she received the Chevening/OSI/COT scholarship to undertake a Master of Philosophy in Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, obtaining a distinction on her dissertation.
She was awarded her PhD from the School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, fully funded by a 3-year Queen Mary Research Studentship, for her research on the regulatory enforcement in the UK financial services industry after the 2008 financial crisis.
Aleksandra was a Departmental Visitor at RegNet, Australian National University (2014, funded by QMUL); and a research visitor at the HEUNI, Helsinki (2012, funded by HEUNI) and at the International Institute for Sociology of Law, Onati (2008, funded by IISL). In April-May 2018, she will be a Visiting Scholar at the Global Centre for Law and Society, University of California, Berekely.
Together with Russell Mills (BGSU), Aleksandra is the co-chair of the Collaborative Research Network in Regulatory Governance at the American Law and Society Association. She is recipient of funding for research and academic event organisation by the UK council ESRC, and the QMUL, Manchester and Leeds universities.