Avery Bruenjes is a J.D. Candidate (2015) at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University and holds a B.A.(Hons) in Contemporary Studies and English from the University of King's College. Driven by her interest in women's rights, Avery worked this past year to co-design a program educating women who are currently in or recently departed from abusive relationships on issues of custody and legal rights. Her other research interests include international conflict resolution and the changing nature of domestic and international surveillance.
Avery Bruenjes Cyber Security and Emerging Threats

The Panopticon, Politics and Party Lines: How the Edward Snowden case has prompted intra-party conflict for the Democrats and Republicans

Avery Bruenjes explores how the issue of cyber-surveillance has provoked intense debate within political parties in the US.