I hold a BSc in Politics, Psychology, Law, and Economics (PPLE) from the University of Amsterdam (2017) and an LLM from Queens’ College, the University of Cambridge (2018). During my LLM, I specialised in international human rights law and legal and political theory.
Before starting the PhD, I worked as a junior researcher and academic tutor at the University of Amsterdam. I taught courses on public international law, legal theory, political theory, philosophy of the social sciences, and human rights. My research was on international law and social justice.
To complement my legal training, I spent the first year of my PhD taking courses in Computer Science, specifically focused on machine learning and computer vision.
My research interests include: science and technology studies, critical legal studies, international law, jurisprudence, and political theory.