PGC(HE) (Middlesex University - 2008) PhD (Birkbeck College, University of London - 2005) MPhil (University of East London - 1996) LLB (Hons) (University of East London - 1993)
2006 Member of Law Department, Middlesex University
2002-2006 Research Fellow, Crime and Conflict Research Centre, Middlesex University
1997-2003 Part-time Law lecturer, School of Law, Birkbeck College
2001-2003 Academic Advisor, Faculty of Continuing Education, Birkbeck College
1993-1995 Part-time Law Lecturer, University of East London
Loumansky A. (2013) 'Critical Legal Theory's Turning to Schmitt: Not Waving but Drowning' Liverpool Law Review, Vol 34, 1-16.
Loumansky A. (2009) 'Hanging God at Auschwitz: The necessity of a solitary encounter with the Other as the genesis of Levinasian ethics'Contemporary Political Theory, Vol 8, No 1, 23-43Palgrave Macmillan.
Loumansky A. Goodman A. Feasey S. (2008) 'Enforcement and Compliance' in Addressing Offending Behaviour, (edited by S. Green and S. Feasey) Willan Publishing.
Kennison P. and Loumansky A. (2007) 'Shoot to kill - understanding police use of force in combating suicide terrorism' Crime Law and Social Change, Kluwer Publication, 47:151-168
Loumansky A. Goodman S. and Jackson A. (2007) Women and Work Life Balance: A Higher Education Perspective' contribution to Challenges and Negotiations for Women in Higher Education (edited by Dr G Letherby, Dr S. Jackson and Dr P. Cotterill) Kluwer Academic Press.
Loumansky A. (2006) 'Levinas and the Possibility of Justice' Liverpool Law Review, Vol 27, pages 147-171.
Loumansky A. (2005) 'Israel and the call to conscience' Lawand Critique, page nos 181-200, Vol 16, Issue 2. ISSN 0957-8536.
Loumansky A. Jackson S. (2004) 'Out of the Frying Pan into the Viva' Journal of International Women's Studies, page nos 22-32, Vol 5, ISSN 1539-8706.
Loumansky A. (2001) 'Me Voici, Here I Am, Here I Stand, I Can Do No Other' Law and Critique, page nos 287-300, Vol 11, Issue 3, ISSN 0957-8536.