Felix-Anselm is currently reading for a DPhil degree in Socio-Legal Studies under the supervision of Dr. Fernanda Pirie and Professor Denis Galligan. His research is focused on the constitution making process in Libya and the analysis of the constituent power. In particular, he is interested in theoretical and practical questions concerning legal and sociological factors influencing current constitution making processes.

Before joining the Centre, Felix-Anselm pursued a MSc in Law, Anthropology and Society at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He holds an LL.M. in International Crime and Justice from the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Institute and the University of Turin, Italy. Felix-Anselm completed his undergraduate studies with a LL.B. at the Hanse Law School at the University of Bremen and Oldenburg in Germany. During his time as an Undergraduate Student he also spent one year studying at the University of Geneva and The Graduate Institute, Geneva, where he obtained the Certificat de droit transnational.

Felix-Anselm has contributed to the research of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law of the British Institute for International and Comparative Law. As an undergraduate, he has interned at the German Ministry for Foreign Affairs and has also worked actively with several non-governmental organisations for example the Bertelsmann Foundation in Washington D.C. and the human rights organisation CEIDAS in Mexico City.

Research Interests

Anthropology of law; comparative law

Research projects