Litska studied law at Utrecht University, where she received both her Bachelor’s (2005) and her Master’s degree (2006), specializing in criminal law. She completed a minor in human rights law at Lund University (Sweden) in 2004. She also studied applied ethics. She received her Master’s degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway) and Linköping University (Sweden) in 2007.
Litska was affiliated to Utrecht University as an assistent professor in criminal law from 2007 until 2010. Since 2010 she is a PhD candidate at the University of Twente. In her PhD project she aims to answer the question when virtual cybercrime (e.g. theft of virtual property in the virtual world of a computer game) should be brought under the scope of criminal law. She is also a member of the Ethics Board of Abrona, a care facility for people with intellectual disabilities.
Litska won the best paper award at the 4th International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime (Lafayette, USA, 25-26 October 2012) for her paper titled “When Should Virtual Cybercrime Be Brought under the Scope of the Criminal Law?”.