• Nikita Aggarwal

Nikita Aggarwal

Research Associate

Following a career in international law, Nikita has returned to academia to pursue doctoral studies in law and artificial intelligence. Her research looks at the regulatory theory of autonomous computing systems, with a particular focus on machine learning approaches. Her other areas of interest include internet policy and regulation more generally, and the legal and ethical implications of Big Data. She has technical expertise in international financial law and regulation, having previously worked as an attorney at the International Monetary Fund, in Washington D.C., and an associate at Clifford Chance LLP, in London and Singapore. In these capacities, she worked extensively with the European Union institutions and national governments to reform regulatory frameworks for financial markets, particularly in the Eurozone.

She earned her law degree (LLB) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is a solicitor of England and Wales.

Research interests

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data, Regulation, International Law