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Biography

My PhD research focuses on the shifting responsibilities in EU security provision and crime control, and specifically the role of Europol and  Internet Service Providers. I am interested in anything law and tech, but work mostly on the public law dimension of new technologies or their regulations in relation to crime. My other research interests include the intersection between criminal law and technology regulation, and human rights law more generally.

 I obtained my bachelor’s degrees in liberal arts and sciences (2017, with honours) and Dutch law (2017) from University College Utrecht and Utrecht University, the Netherlands. I received my master’s degrees in Law focusing on Internet, Intellectual Property and IT-law (2020, cum laude), from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands and in Comparative, European and International Laws (2022, ungraded) from the European University Institute, Italy.

I am currently a visiting researcher at the New York University School of Law, where I am working on technology regulation, digital governance and the interplay between law and security from an American perspective. In addition, I follow courses and partake in the Information Law Institute’s fellow meetings.

Do you want to talk about anything tech and crime related? You can reach me at [email protected]