Nino Guruli is a lecturer in law and the International Human Rights Fellow at the University of Chicago. Ms. Guruli completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge, in comparative constitutional law and national security. While at Cambridge, Nino served as the executive committee member and co-chair of the Cambridge Pro Bono Project (CPP), where she supervised graduate students in legal work for the public interest. Prior to starting her PhD, Nino graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School, after which, she worked as a law fellow with the Constitution Project’s Detainee Treatment Task Force in Washington DC, conducting legal and investigative research on U.S. policy and practice relating to detainees from the war on terrorism. She also worked with both the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, with the trial team prosecuting President Karadzic, and the Office of the Prosecutor at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. Nino received her BA in philosophy from Mount Holyoke College.