PhD Candidate in Law, Trinity College Dublin
I have an LLB, and a two-year master's from the University of Louvain with a specialization in EU Policy and Governance and EU Law with an Erasmus at the University of Geneva. I also have an LLM in International & European Business Law from Trinity College, Dublin, and a Certificate in Humanitarian Law from the College of Europe, Bruges.
In 2022, I started my Ph.D. at Trinity College, Dublin, in the field of Refugee Law and Climate Change.
I have experience in Legal Research and EU policies and I am currently a teaching assistant in EU Law. Before my Ph.D., I have worked in a European export credit insurance in Brussels, Belgium, a Corporate Law firm in Luxembourg, and the field of Immigration Law in Dublin, Ireland. I have a strong interest in international geopolitics, environmental topics such as water conservation, Contemporary Art, Culture, Literature (French, Czech, Middle Eastern,...), Philosophy, and History ( with a preference for the general European History, the Roman and Ottoman Empires, World War II, Decolonisation History, Music History, and Women's rights History ).
I am fluent and work in English, French, and Dutch. Additionally, I have seven years of experience in Latin translations, Ancient Greek, and notions of Arabic, Farsi, and Spanish.
AI is already being used in the legal system - we need to pay more attention to how we use it
May 23, 2023 15:08 pm UTC| Technology
Artificial intelligence (AI) has become such a part of our daily lives that its hard to avoid even if we might not recognise it. While ChatGPT and the use of algorithms in social media get lots of attention, an...
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