Randle DeFalco (@randledefalco) is a Fellow at Just Security. Prior to joining Just Security, Randle was a Law Associates Fellow at Rutgers Law School and a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Liverpool Law School. Randle holds a JD from Rutgers Law School and LLM and SJD degrees from the University of Toronto, where he was a Vanier Scholar and received the Faculty of Law’s 2017 Marks Medal for most outstanding dissertation. Prior to pursuing graduate studies, Randle researched starvation in Khmer Rouge era Cambodia and worked on various transitional justice projects as a Fulbright Fellow and legal advisor to the Documentation Center of Cambodia. Randle maintains research interests in international law, international criminal justice, human rights, refugee and migration issues, humanitarian law and criminal justice reform. Randle’s research focuses on the relationship between international law and slow or otherwise unspectacular means of mass harm causation, such as starvation.