Natalie Nunn is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania. She is researching the implications of autonomous weapon systems for the application and development of arms control law.
Natalie has previously worked as both an advisor and supervisor for the Kalshoven Gieskes Forum, overseeing research on specific projects involving issues of international humanitarian law. Prior to this she worked with a variety of international legal organisations, including the Australian Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, the International Service for Human Rights and the United Nations Assisted Tribunal for the Khmer Rouge. Natalie completed her LLB/BA at the University of Melbourne and her LLM at Leiden University, the Netherlands.