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Maroussia is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School, a Senior Fellow at the Center for International Governance Innovation, and a member of the Indigenous Protocol and Artificial Intelligence working group. Building on previous work on AI and human rights at Global Affairs Canada (foreign affairs department), she currently researches AI governance, and co-leads a working group on the matter at Berkman Klein. Her academic and creative work has been featured in NeurIPS, Stem Cell Review and Reports, and ISEA. Maroussia previously worked for Quebec’s public inquiry commission on electronic surveillance and clerked for the Chief Justice at the Quebec Court of Appeal, and volunteered on gender-based violence and criminal matters in Haiti (Lawyers Without Borders) and on digital literacy in Brazil (Alternatives). She holds degrees from Harvard, McGill, and Concordia University.

Projects & Tools

Artificial Intelligence and the Law

This initiative focuses on new challenges and opportunities for the law created by the rise of AI.


Harvard Law Today

Gauge against the machine

BKC Affiliate Maroussia Lévesque facilitated a conversation between Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella and BKC Director Martha Minow on equity, equality, and fairness in the time of…

Feb 29, 2024
CIGI Online

AI Regulation Should Not Be a Blank Cheque for Government

BKC Affiliate Maroussia Lévesque and BKC Faculty Associate Florian Martin-Bariteau write about Canada’s federal regulation of AI and data.

Apr 27, 2023