The Imperial School of Jurisprudence
The District Court
In 1873 Alexander Mikhailovich graduated from the Imperial School of Jurisprudence with a gold medal.
Bobrischev-Pushkin's career in public service began in 1873 when Alexander Mikhailovich first was appointed the prosecutor's assistant. Since then he was promoted and worked in numerous cities till 1897. His next job was the position of the President of the District Court. By 1900 Alexander Mikhailovich became a member of the Ministry of Justice Council. In 1902-1903 he worked as an acting procurator of the Senate Criminal Cassation Department until his illness made him move to Dresden.
As for his publications, most of his poems were only published in 1900-1905, years after their creation, and were rather contemplative and pessimistic. Alexander Mikhailovich was also the author of several literate essays about N. Nekrasov and F. Nietzsche. Having a vast juridical experience, Alexander Mikhailovich published several articles and monographs about the court system. His poetry led him to the position of the head of the Y.P. Polonsky's Literary and Art circle, which he accepted happily and organized its meetings until his death.