Fields of Study: International Relations, Comparative Politics
Areas of Interest: international law, international courts, comparative law, international humanitarian law
Danielle Mueller is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the University of Notre Dame and is affiliated with the Notre Dame National Security Center (NDISC). Her research focuses include international criminal law, international criminal courts, and war crimes. In 2016, Danielle served as the program chair and WIIS (Women In International Security) for the ISAC-ISSS conference hosted at Notre Dame. She is currently working on her dissertation, “The Impacts of the Hybrid Legal Structure of International Criminal Courts on the Prosecution of Crime Types,” under the direction of Dr. Emilia Powell.