Christine Carpenter is a student at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. There, she is involved with the International Human Rights Advocates pro-bono organization and One for the World, a student group focused on effective altruism. Prior to studying at Penn Law, she completed an M.Phil. in International Relations and Politics at the University of Cambridge. Her dissertation, titled ‘Religious Garments in the European Court of Human Rights' Article 9 Jurisprudence,’ examined a variety of judgements of the European Court of Human Rights and sought to establish how the Court has exerted bias in the treatment of claimants with a Muslim background.
Expertise: Europe, Global Governance, Human Rights, International Law, International Relations