Camilla Dul is a Ph.D. Candidate in law at the University of Zurich (Switzerland), where she researches facial recognition technology from the perspective of legal sociology. Her approach is based on systems theory and STS. Her research includes analyzing the relationship between law and regulation in the digital realm and comparing EU and US law regarding facial recognition technology. Besides her doctoral studies, Camilla is an academic and research assistant to Prof. Christoph B. Graber. In this role, she has lectured and taught classes on legal sociology at the master's level.
During her studies, Camilla interned at a corporate law firm, Zurich's Child and Adult Protection Authority, and the Swiss Embassy in Uruguay, among other things. Before coming to Yale as a Visiting Fellow, she was a legal advisor and representative in a Swiss non-profit organization providing legal advice to asylum seekers.
Camilla studied at the University of Zurich and did an exchange semester at Uppsala University (Sweden). She holds a Master of Law summa cum laude, and her master's thesis was awarded with an Orelli Award for outstanding theses.