Dr. Hoxhaj's research interests are in the area of European Union law and policy, governance, constitutional law, reflexive governance and social theory of law. He has a special interest and expertise in studying corruption, anti-corruption law and policy, civil society, post-communist transitions, rule of law and regulatory law and policy. Dr. Hoxhaj is currently writing a forthcoming book with Routledge titled 'The EU Anti-Corruption Report: A reflexive governance approach'.
Dr. Hoxhaj joined Warwick Law School in 2012 as a research assistant and in 2013 as a Teaching Assistant leading seminars in Constitutional and Administrative Law, and Foundations of European Law modules. Dr. Hoxhaj defend it his Ph.D. thesis at the University of Warwick in December 2016 – writing his Ph.D. thesis on ‘Anti-Corruption Policy in the EU and Reflexive Governance’. He obtained his LLM from the University of Warwick in International Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation in 2012, and he earned his LLB (Hons) from London Metropolitan University in 2011. Dr. Hoxhaj was appointed as a Teaching Fellow in Law in January 2017 and he is involved in teaching Law and Policies of the European Union, General Principles of Constitutional and Administrative Law, and Foundations of European Law modules at Warwick Law School.