Abigail Nthuba joins the Institute of International Economic Law fellowship from Botswana. She received her LL.B. from Northwest University, Mafikeng Campus, South Africa in 2015. She is currently studying LLM with focus on International Business and Economic Law (IBEL) at Georgetown University. Her experiences include working as State Counsel in the Attorney General’s Chambers in Gaborone, Botswana where she represented the state in civil suits, and as a Chairperson and Co-founder for the Disability Advocacy and Empowerment Organization in Gaborone where she represented the organization to donors and stakeholders. She has also worked as the Assistant Legal Investigator for the Office of the Ombudsman of Botswana to investigate poor administration within the government. There, she also served on several committees on public outreach and Literature development Committee. Abigail published Reflections on Day 2 of the AfIELN Biennial Conference: Covid-19 and International Economic Law: Africa’s Experiences and Responses in AfronomicsLaw.