Vasiliki Poula is an undergraduate Law student at the London School of Economics. Her research focues on British public law, as well as legal history and jurisprudence in order to explore the development of various orthodox constitutional principles, as shaped by both domestic pressures, such as the Brexit odyssey, as well as EU and international obligations. As a passionate observer of Greek politics, she is currently conducting research on the constitutional important of the Greek electoral law under the auspices of the Greek Diaspora Project in SEESOX. In a similar spirit of exploring the intersection between political development and their legal dimension, she founded and is the editor-in-chief of the student run review Ousia, which aims to investigate the essence of current affairs by approaching them through a legal prism, be it constitutional, statutory or institutional.