I am a PhD researcher in law at the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, researching the topic of transboundary aquifer law and governance. My research examines how attention to the concepts of social and environmental justice can help assess and inform legal and policy frameworks for transboundary aquifer governance, and has a particular focus on the Southern African Development Community.
As an interdisciplinary legal scholar, I am committed to bridging disciplinary gaps between law and geography (physical, human and political).
My background includes research experiences with organisations in the Middle East and Southern Africa. I also hold an MSc in Water Security and International Development and an LLB in Law with American Law from the University of East Anglia.