Currently she works at the department for Constitutional- and Administrative Law and gives classes in the introduction of administrative law.
Anna did her bachelor degree in law at Leiden University and a part of it at Trinity College Dublin. After completing her bachelor thesis on the legitimacy of the declaration of independence of Crimea, her interest in international and constitutional law grew.
She became a student-assistant for professor Nico Schrijver and started a master in Constitutional and Administrative law. She also followed some courses of the LLM Public international law and graduated Cum Laude. She wrote a thesis on the right to a minimum of existence for undocumented migrants as a coreright and the role of local authorities in realizing this.
During her studies she also worked as a research assistant for dr. Ingrid Leijten and did internships for at, among others, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Prakken ‘d Oliveira – human rights lawyers.
Next to study and work, Anna likes to be involved in projects with a social impact. She is active in the working group on Constitutional- and Administrative Law for NJCM (Dutch Section of the ICJ) and is a mentor for refugees within the Project JAS of the municipality of Leiden.
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