Alexandra is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Albany Law School, where she teaches International Child Rights, International Organizations, a Professional Responsibility seminar, and Public International Law, and from which she earned her J.D. and LL.M. degrees and where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology.
Having received her bachelor's degree from New York University, she's a candidate for the Doctor of Civil Law degree from Faculty of Law at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, where she was a Pilarcyzk Fellow in Graduate Legal Methodology Teaching. In addition to the subjects in her numerous publications, her doctoral thesis addresses the impact of territorial anomalies on the international system and modern theories of statehood and sovereignty.
In her guest post below, Alexandra discusses a forthcoming article that examines the nature and consequences of the thematic fragmentation of international human rights treaties.