Akinyi J. Eurallyah is a Kenyan lawyer having an LL.M in International Trade and Investment Laws in Africa and currently pursuing her doctorate at Schulich Law School, Canada. She is an author and a consultant, with biases in the areas of Business and Human Rights, trade and project finance, trade and investment-related dispute resolution, regional economic integration, economics and international business and politics. She has extensively researched and written on international financial instability in a globalised economy, human rights accountability in the context of global politics and Artificial Intelligence and regional economic integration (especially the East African Community and the African Continental Free Trade Area) issues such as dispute resolution and discrimination of non-nationals in a multilateral procurement, trade and investment environment. She has also written on the environmental implications of connected and autonomous vehicles analysing whether Africa should adopt a precautionary or cost-benefit analysis approach to environmental sustainability. Her biggest achievement is hiking to the peak of Mount Masada in Israel in 1 hour 14 minutes.