I am a doctoral student in Jurisprudence & Social Policy at the University of California at Berkeley. My primary research interest areas are migration, law, culture and rhetoric.
I also work as an expert witness in legal cases related to trafficking in human beings and asylum and protection claims arising as a result of gender-based violence. I provide training to those who work with people who have been trafficked and other vulnerable migrants.
I am always interested in new projects, collaboration or research so please get in touch!
Expert Consultant: Migration, Exploitation and Asylum
- Expert assessments of cases containing elements of violence and exploitation in a migration context, especially human trafficking and smuggling involving exploitation of vulnerable migrants. This includes assessments, preparation of reports and expert witness testimony in court.
- Expert analysis of decision-making in trafficking cases, especially within the government identification and asylum processes.
- Research and publications on violence and exploitation in migration, including trends and policy development.
- Consulting services globally with an emphasis on delivery of bespoke training, conducting feasibility studies, analyzing legislation, policy and practice and monitoring and evaluating projects. Experience consulting for the UN, OSCE and IOM in a range of countries.