Lisa joined Brunel Law School as Lecturer in June 2019. Prior to coming to Brunel, she was Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth and Teaching Assistant at the University of Bristol. Her research interests lie on economic rights under international and European Union law and on the role that law plays in structuring economic relations. Her work focuses on the intersection of global governance, European integration and international law. Lisa obtained her PhD without corrections on 'Transformations in the Law of Economic Self-determination: a Global Governance Perspective' from the University of Bristol. Her research examined how major changes in international law and forms of transnational economic activity have had an impact on the content and function of economic self-determination following the end of the Cold War.
In 2021, Lisa was a visiting research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg.
PhD in International Law (University of Bristol)
LLM in International Law (University of Nottingham)
LLB (University of Nottingham)
Fellowship of the HEA
Lisa co-leads the law admissions team.
Newest selected publications
Mardikian, L. (2021) 'In-Between an Economic Freedom and a Human Right: A Hybrid Right to Private Property'. Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht/Heidelberg Journal of International Law, 81 (2). pp. 341 - 380. ISSN: 0044-2348 Open Access Link
Skordas, A. and Mardikian, L. (Accepted) 'Research Handbook on the International Court of Justice'. Edward Elgar (2021 forthcoming).
Mardikian, L. and Gammage, C. (2019) 'Brexit as Differentiated Integration: The Diverging Imaginaries of Future Trade Relationships'. Manchester Journal of International Economic Law, 16 (2). pp. 130 - 150. ISSN: 1742-3945 Open Access Link
Skordas, A., Halmai, G. and Mardikian, L. (Accepted) 'Economic Constitutionalism in a Turbulent World'. Edward Elgar (2021 forthcoming).
Mardikian, L. (Accepted) 'Reframing EU Citizenship as Stakeholder Constituency, Or…Why the Court of Justice Got it Right on Economically Inactive EU Citizens following Dano', in Skordas, A., Halmai, G. and Mardikian, L. (eds.) Economic Constitutionalism in a Turbulent World. London; New York : Edward Elgar Publishing. , forthcoming.Open Access Link