Victoria holds an LL.B. degree from Kenyatta University in Kenya where she graduated top of her class with first class honours. She completed the Bachelor of Civil Law in 2014, and the MPhil in law in 2015. She is currently a DPhil candidate, focusing on the different conceptions of equality under Kenya’s 2010 Constitution. She is a recipient of the Rhodes scholarship.

Victoria is an Editor of the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog and the outgoing Events and Liaison Officer for the Oxford Pro Bono Publico Executive Committee 2014-2015. She has previously worked as a research assistant for the African Centre for International Legal and Policy Research; legal research consultant for the International Development Law Organization seconded to the Kenyan Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations; research and teaching assistant at Riara University in Kenya; and as an intern at the International Committee of the Red Cross.

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Research Interests

Human Rights, Equality Law, Public International Law and Constitutional Law

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