Dr. Roslyn Fuller studied law in Göttingen, Germany and worked during her studies for Prof. Dr. Georg Nolte, known in Germany for his opposition to the 2003 US invasion of Iraq as a violation of international law.
After her German Bar Exam, Roslyn moved to Ireland where she wrote her PhD on the subject of Democracy and International Law (which later became the basis for her book Beasts and Gods: How Democracy Changed its Meaning and Lost its Purpose) under the tutelage of Prof. Gernot Biehler. Following Prof. Biehler’s untimely death, Roslyn continued his book Biehler on International Law: An Irish Perspective, the only Irish textbook in the field of International Law.
Roslyn has lectured in law at Trinity College Dublin as well as at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth and is currently a research associate at the INSYTE Interdisciplinary Research Group at the Waterford Institute of Technology.
She has written extensively for academic journals and in the mainstream media about various topics of International Law, including Whistleblowing, Drone Strikes, World Trade and the War on Terror.