Fatima DialloPhD candidate at the African Studies Center (ASC) of Leiden in the Netherlands, Miss Fatima Diallo holds a masters degree in public law and a professional masters in cyberspace law. She is preparing her thesis on ‚ÄúConstitutionalism and Law movements in Africa. Reflexivity of Rule of Law in Senegalese information society: Casamance case study‚ÄĚ. Before join the ASC, she worked with the Afrobarometer Senegalese team on political and economical governance issues and participated in many activities of the Council for Development of Social Sciences in Africa (CODESRIA).

Having previously worked on constitutional law and the Rule of Law in Senegal, she is a member of the Coordination committee       of the African Network of Constitutional Law (ANCL). At the ANCL, she joined the leadership of the working group on Access to Information. She is also an associate member of the African Center for Cyberlaw and Cybercrime Prevention (ACCP) and member of the American Political Sciences Association (APSA). Fatima teaches legal methodology and public law in the faculty of Law of Ziguinchor University and supervises at the French speaker university agency (AUF) and Gaston Berger University of Saint-Louis master of African cyberlaw. Generally, she is interested in the legal and political stakes of the construction of the information society with a focus on issues relating to the impact of information and communication technologies on public space, electoral process, democratic governance and Rule of Law in Africa.