About

Welcome to my website! I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Political Science Department at Clark University. I earned my PhD from the Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame in 2022. My research and teaching interests include international and comparative law, international organizations, armed conflict, and post-conflict reconstruction. The driving concern of my research is to illuminate how politics and law interact – especially during and after conflict – to shape the foundational rules and institutions that govern peoples’ lives around the world. My book project analyzes the role of international organizations and other foreign actors in post-conflict constitution-making.

I also hold an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA from McGill University with majors in Political Science and Middle East Studies.  Before graduate school, I worked as a compliance analyst in the legal and financial services industries where I focused on anti-money laundering and sanctions.  You can learn more about my professional and educational background from my CV.