Linda completed her Ph.D. in Political Theory at the University of Oxford. Her work is in moral, political, and legal philosophy, and focuses on the ethics of war, global rectificatory justice, and issues in normative and practical ethics. Her doctoral thesis examined questions of justice in armed humanitarian intervention. Linda is also interested in the ethical implications of artificial intelligence. As a Fellow-in-Residence with Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, and Technology and Human Rights Fellow with the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, she has been exploring questions that arise as we broaden theories of justice, rights, and defensive harming beyond their typical confines.