About Me

I am a PhD student in the Government Department at Cornell University.

My research focuses on regime change and institutions. More specifically, I am interested in how constitutionalism participates in the rise of authoritarianism. I have a regional focus on sub-Saharan Africa and seek to develop new tools to conduct quantitative analysis of legal documents.

I received a Master 1 of International Law from the Université Paris 2 Panthéon Assas and a Master of Laws from Cornell Law School.

After passing the New York Bar exam, I worked as a Human Rights Advocate for NGOs and trainee for law firms.

Originally from Paris, France, I currently live in Ithaca NY with my husband and our dog.


tg355 {at} cornell.edu

Department of Government
Cornell University
214 White Hall
Ithaca NY, 14853