Dr Suteu current research interests are in comparative constitutional law and constitutional theory. She is especially interested in the theory and practice of deliberative constitutional change, constitutional entrenchment and democratic theory (in particular eternity clauses), transitional constitutionalism, and gender-sensitive constitution-making. She has also done work in international humanitarian and human rights law. Her teaching at UCL includes courses on Public Law, Jurisprudence, Human Rights in the UK, Comparative Constitutional Law, Gender, Law and the State, and Comparative Human Rights Law. Silvia has provided legal expertise on constitution building to organisations including Democracy Reporting International, the Euromed Feminist Initiative, International IDEA, and UN Women. Her monograph, Eternity Clauses in Democratic Constitutionalism, is forthcoming with Oxford University Press in 2020.