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Education CV

Education 

  • PhD in Law Candidate, University of Cambridge (2020 - present)
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law Australia (2018)
  • Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of International Relations (First Class Honours, majoring in International Diplomacy), Bond University (2014 - 2017)
    • Exchange semester, National University of Singapore (2017)
    • Exchange semester, Kingston University, London (2015)

Scholarships and Prizes

  • John Monash Scholarship, General Sir John Monash Foundation (2021 - 2024)
  • New Colombo Plan Scholarship, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Government (2017)
  • Vice Chancellor's Award for Academic Achievement, Bond University (2015 - 2017)
  • International Exchange Scholarship, Bond University (2015)
  • Dean's Merit Scholarship, Bond University (2014)

Academic and Research Experience

  • Research Assistant, Machine Learning Project, Cambridge Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge (2021 - Current)
  • Research Assistant, Global Partnerships on AI & Data Justice Project, Alan Turing Institute (2021 - Current)
  • Company Law Supervisor, BA Tripos Law, (Part II), University of Cambridge (2021-Current)
  • Dissertation Supervisor, LLM in International Banking and Finance, University of Edinburgh (2021-Current)
  • Law Admissions Interviewer, Newnham College, University of Cambridge (2021)

Professional Experience

  • Consultant, Online Harms Against Children, Good Law Project (2021)
  • Secondee to the Human Rights and Technology Project, Australian Human Rights Commission (2020)
  • Solicitor, Herbert Smith Freehills (2018 - 2020)
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia (December 2018)

Fields of research

Regulating AI, Law & Technology, Human Rights, Corporate Governance 

 

Supervisors

Supervisor: Dr Felix Steffek, Dr Lars Vinx

Advisers: Dr Adrian Weller, Dr Måns Magnusson (Uppsala University) 

Examiners

First-year examiners: Prof Simon Deakin, Dr Jodi Gardner

 

Publications

 

Conference Papers

"A Rights-Based Approach to Online Economic Exploitation of Children" (Technologies of Deception, Yale Law School)

Conference:
Technologies of Deception, Yale Law School
Published: Forthcoming

"Transparency, Governance and Regulation of Algorithmic Tools Deployed in the Criminal Justice System: a UK Case Study" (AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society 2022)

Co-Author/s:
Miri Zilka, Adrian Weller
Conference:
AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society 2022
Published: Forthcoming

Reports

Human rights and technology

Body / Institution:
Australian Human Rights Commission
Published: May 2021

Using artificial intelligence to make decisions: Addressing the problem of algorithmic bias

Co-Author/s:
Finn Lattimore, Simon O'Callaghan, Zoe Paleologos, Alistair Reid, Edward Santow, Andrew Thomsen
Body / Institution:
Australian Human Rights Commission
Published: Nov 2020