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Alexandra Scott

Alexandra Scott

Dahdaleh Global Health Graduate Scholar, Global Health and Humanitarianism

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Alexandra is a PhD student and SSHRC Doctoral Fellow at the Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. She holds an LLM from Queen's University Faculty of Law. Her LLM thesis challenged the existence of a so-called "liability gap" under international law for the unlawful actions of autonomous weapon systems. She also received her JD and BSc(Eng), First Class Honours, from Queen's University. Alexandra's work explores the development and deployment of autonomous weapon systems (also known as "killer robots") under international law and the role that engineers play in both.


Global Health & Humanitarianism




4th Annual Global Health Graduate Scholars Symposium

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