▌▌▌LLM from the University of Sheffield.
Natasha Gooden is a PhD candidate at the University of Leeds, where she is also a teaching assistant at the School of Law.
Natasha’s research expertise is in cyber international law and more specifically the normative challenges that face an interconnected cyber-enabled society from a conflict perspective. Her thesis focuses on questioning how effective international law is in regulating cyber operations under the Law of Armed Conflict and addresses the impact and relationship of human right protections.
Natasha obtained both her LLB and LLM in International and European Law at the University of Sheffield and also during her undergraduate degree spent a year studying abroad at Charles University in Prague.
- University of Leeds