Justine Dazé is the Assistant to Dr. Martin-Bariteau, Director of the Centre for Law, Technology and Society, the AI + Society Initiative, and the University Research Chair in Technology and Society.
She provides general administrative, operational and coordination support to Dr. Florian Martin-Bariteau's initiatives, projects, and events. She was previously the Coordination Assistant at the Centre for Law,Technology and Society.
While having an extremely diverse background in social sciences ranging from global economics to the politics of security, Justine Dazé is driven by her passion for legal research in the context of conflict and human rights. Such themes include the role of technology in migration trends and refugee resettlement processes, as well as the development of legal practices and ethics pertaining to modern warfare and humanitarian action.
Prior to joining the Centre, Justine was the Legal Research Coordinator for the University of Ottawa’s Refugee Hub, supporting the Legal and Research Director and the Senior Research Analyst in managing the Refugee Law Research Team. She has also been a recipient of the South Korean scholarship program called Teach and Learn in Korea and worked at the National Institute of International Education as Lecturer and Foreign Group Coordinator. She also has experience working with the European Parliament and Council of Europe for major events such as the World Democracy Forum and the European Youth Event.
Justine Dazé has recently completed a Honours BSoc.Sc in International Development and Globalization in the French immersion stream at the University of Ottawa. She also holds a Certificate of European Studies from the Sciences Po Strasbourg, in France.