JLU Giessen | September 2023
In my research at the Asser Institute for International and European Law in The Hague, I examine the human rights implications of irresponsible arms trade. In particular, I am concerned with the access to remedies for gun victims through transnational civil litigation, focusing on legal remedies available across European jurisdictions for harm occuring in third states. This is not only the focus of my academic work, but also in a practical capacity as supervisor of the International Law Clinic on Access to Justice for Gun Violence at the University of Amsterdam. During my fellowship with TraCe, I aim to contribute to discussions about due diligence in relation to the arms trade and engage with scholars and stakeholders in this respect.
Research Area Institutions: 2.3 Containment of New Violent Actors