Anna Dolidze received her LL.B. (summa cum laude) from Tbilisi State University in the Republic of Georgia where she received the E. Shevardnadze Presidential Scholarship for academic excellence, and her LL.M. in International Law from Leiden University, where she was awarded a full merit scholarship by the Dutch Government. Following her graduation from Leiden University, Dolidze clerked at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague. Prior to joining the J.S.D. program, Dolidze was an Albert Podell Global Scholar at Risk at New York University Law School and a Visiting Scholar at the Harriman Institute of Columbia University. Dolidze has worked for a number of international organizations, including Human Rights Watch, Russian Justice Initiative and Save the Children. In 2009, Atlantik-Brücke selected Dolidze as a "Young European Leader." In 2010, Dolidze received an award for "Promoting Peace in the Caucasus" from Rondine Citadella della Pace. In 2011, Dolidze was awarded a Mario Einaudi Dissertation Fellowship to spend a semester as a Visiting Doctoral Scholar at Sciences Po Law School in Paris, and to conduct research at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Currently, Dolidze serves as a Fellow at Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, and is a Resident Fellow at Telluride House at Cornell University.
Anna Dolidze's teaching and research interests include property law and theory, the intersection of constitutional law and immigration law (the rights of non-citizens), and international law. Her dissertation, which examines the procedural dynamics within international tribunals from the perspective of international law and international relations scholarship, is titled "The Third Estate: Amicus Curiae Interventions and the Politics of Knowledge in International Dispute Resolution."