Ph.D. Candidate in Law at the University of Girona, where she is also an assistant professor in Public International Law and a member of the research group: «Immigration management, free movement of persons and workers' rights».
In 2019, she obtained her Batchelor in Law for the University of Girona, with the specialization in European Union and International Public Law. She holds a Master’s degree in International Relations, Security and Development from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where she specialised in the European Union's external action. During 2020, she was working for the Ministry for Foreign Action and the European Union of the Government of Catalonia.
Among others, last summer 2021 she received a scholarship from the Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe to participate in and coordinate their Summer School, held in the Université Libre de Bruxelles. During this 2022 she has been during a research stay as a collaborator in the prestigious International Centre for Policy Migration Development (ICPMD), in Vienna.
Predoctoral research, which is supervised by Dr. Maria Esther Jordana Santiago, focuses on the protection of the victim of human trafficking at the European regional level and looks forward to improving the present regulation with a genuine human rights perspective. She has also presented her research at national and international conferences and has several publications at both levels.