Ashika Singh is the Forrester Fellow at Tulane University Law School, where she writes on the relationship between international humanitarian law and human rights law and teaches legal research and writing. Previously, she was an Attorney-Adviser at the U.S. Department of State, where she handled legal issues related to detention at Guantanamo Bay and other law of war matters.

Ms. Singh is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law at Melbourne Law School, researching methods of identifying and resolving conflicts between different international legal regimes. While at APCML, she presented her work on the United States’ approach to the application of the Convention Against Torture in armed conflict in Canberra to Australian government representatives from the Department of Defence, Attorney-General’s Department and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Ashika also spoke about her research at an APCML roundtable held at Melbourne Law School.

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