As of September 2021, I am a fellow at the KFG Berlin-Potsdam Research Group ‘The International Rule of Law: Rise or Decline?’ My post-doctoral research project focuses on the governance of global security in international law.
I obtained my PhD in law at the European University Institute in November 2020, with a thesis entitled The Regulation of Intelligence Activities under International Law.
My current research interests include the regulation and governance of global security in international law; behavioural and regulatory approaches to international law; the role of international law and the functioning of the international legal order; and the security-liberty conundrum.
In 2019 and 2020, I taught French constitutional law at Sciences Po Paris (Reims campus) through 12-week seminars.
During my PhD, I was a study visitor at the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency in Vienna, at the Freedoms and Justice Department (Sector for Information Society, Privacy and Data Protection) in September 2018.
Between September 2019 and June 2020, I was a visiting researcher at the Paris Centre for Human Rights (Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas).
Before joining the EUI in September 2017, I graduated from Leiden University with an LL.M. (Cum Laude) in Public International Law (2015) and an LL.B. (Hons. 1st) in English Law & French Law from the University of Essex and University of Paris West Nanterre (2014).