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Room: FC2

College Lecturer and Fellow in Law (Murray Edwards)

CV / Biography

Mohamed's research cuts across EU law, constitutional theory and comparative constitutional law (US, UK and MENA jurisdictions), with emphasis on questions of sovereignty, fundamental rights and social conflict. 

Prior to joining Cambridge University, he earned an LLM from Harvard Law School. He was the recipient of Cambridge Trust IsDB Scholarship, Fulbright Student Scholarship and Harvard Academic Writing Fellowship. Mohamed previously taught EU and International Law at Cambridge and is currently teaching EU Law and Constitutional Law.




"On Sovereign Bonds and Marijuana: A Comparison of the limits of Supremacy in the EU and the US" [2021] Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law

[2021] Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law
Published: Aug 2021

Case Notes

The Supreme Court and the constitutionalisation of international human rights treaties [2022] Public Law

Ali Moussa
Published: Forthcoming

Conference Papers

"Judging One’s Own Case: Federal Powers and Divisive Rights" (International Society of Public Law Conference (ICON-S))

International Society of Public Law Conference (ICON-S)
Published: Jul 2021

"Private Remedies against Public Corruption" (Harvard Law and Development Conference)

Nicholas Lenning et al.
Harvard Law and Development Conference
Published: Dec 2014