Tanveer Jeewa is a Mauritian LLM candidate in Public Law at the University of Cape Town. She is also a reporter for the International Law in Domestic Courts at Oxford University Press and a researcher at the African Legal Information Institute. She was previously a law clerk at the South African Constitutional Court. She interned at the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia and was a United Nations Delegate at the Youth Assembly, where she was awarded the Resolution Project Fellowship “For Outstanding Dedication to Making Positive Change and Helping Others Today and For Lifelong Commitment to Sustainable Impact, Innovation, Collaboration and Social Responsibility”. Tanveer previously enjoyed being a research assistant at the Intellectual Property Unit. Her research interests are South African constitutional law and the application of human rights law in a regional context.