Marina Sharpe is Assistant Professor of international law at Royal Military College Saint-Jean and Professeure Associée in the faculty of law at Université de Sherbrooke. Prior to this, she served as Senior Legal Officer with UNHCR in Addis Ababa and practiced law with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York. Marina is an alumni Scholar of the Foundation (2011), and her subsequent academic work has been supported by SSHRC’s Banting Fellowship and its Insight Grant. She is the author of numerous journal articles and book chapters, and of The Regional Law of Refugee Protection in Africa (OUP 2018). Marina holds a DPhil in law from Oxford, an MSc in development studies from LSE and degrees in common and civil law, as well as in economics, from McGill.