Abby Zeith is a Legal Adviser in the Arms and Conduct of Hostilities Unit in the ICRC’s Legal Division. Her work focuses on urban warfare and the application of the rules governing the conduct of hostilities under international humanitaian law more generally. Before joining the ICRC, Abby served in the Australian Army as both a Signals officer and a Legal officer. She also has experience with the International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission, the UN International Law Commission and Just Security. Abby holds a Master of Laws (International Legal Studies) from New York University and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Journalism from the Queensland University of Technology.