Her study in this filed is not devoted to the advisory function of a particular tribunal. It attempts to examine this function from a general perspective, with a view to seeing how international courts and tribunals exercise its advisory jurisdiction and to elucidating any general principles that may emerge. Further, this study aims to explore the practical functions of this advisory jurisdiction.
To do her doctoral research well, a good library and a different pair of eyes will be necessary. An opportunity to study in an international environment like the ACIL will help her both in law and language. During her visit, she will finish the first draft of her dissertation and exchange views with the ACIL colleges and other international peers in this field.