Thi Ngoc Anh Nguyen

Thi Ngoc Anh Nguyen is a Research Assistance – Center for Gender in Vietnam.

She held an M.A. with cum laude in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance from the University of Padova and a B.A. in International Law from the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

She has experience researching human rights issues in Southeast Asia while collaborating with a local newspaper about human rights and working for UNDP Asia-Pacific as a Gender and Peacebuilding Intern.

Her research focuses on technology-facilitated gender-based violence, the right to be forgotten and data protection law, and the impacts of legislative and policy frameworks in promoting and protecting human rights in the digital age.

Jakub Míšek

Jakub Míšek is an assistant professor at Institute of Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University.

His main field of study is privacy and personal data protection and data governance. He also focuses on freedom of information and legal regulation of public sector information and open data.

Between 2012 and 2015 Jakub worked as a paralegal at the Legislation and Foreign Relations Department of the Office for Personal Data Protection, where his main task was to assess influence of new technologies on the personal data protection. Since 2019 he has been a member of the appeal commission of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

Since February 2015 Jakub has worked at the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic as a member of the Open Data project team. His main tasks there were licensing frameworks of open data, open data and personal data protection and creation of legislation proposals for open data in the Czech Republic.

Marko Dimitrijević

Marko Dimitrijević is the Associate Professor (PhD) and Jean Monnet Module for European Monetary Law (MONELA) Coordinator at the Faculty of Law University of Niš (The Republic of Serbia) and engaged the function of Vice Dean for Science and Finances.

His fields of teaching include European and International Monetary Law, Economic Policy for Lawyers, International Financial Relations and Law of Economic System of the European Union. He is involved in various projects about the protection of human rights and Serbian law harmonization with EU Law.

He is an author of scientific monograph of national importance entitled “International Monetary Law Institutions” and many scientific articles dealing with the issue of contemporary monetary law (especially the issue of digital money and monetary sovereignty in terms of digital revolutions), which has been published in domestic and international scientific journals and presented in numerous international conferences.

He developed scientific research in the field of the monetary law at Saarland University, European Institute (EU Cluster of Excellence for International and European Law), Saarbrücken (Germany), Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finances, Munich (Germany) and Max Planck Institute for International, European and Regional Procedural Law (Luxembourg). In September 2022, he will be guest researcher at Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public and International Law (Heidelberg, Germany). He is observer at ELI Institute (University of Wien) and member of the Serbian Fiscal Society (branch of IFA-Rotterdam).

Sarah Alsudairy

Sarah Fahad Alsudairy is a PhD student at University of Leeds.

Her research title is: Exploring Legal framework for online intermediaries under the Saudi Arabia Copyright law.

Also Sarah is a lecturer at King Saudi University in Saudi Arabia.

Malwina Anna Wójcik

Malwina Anna is a PhD candidate at the University of Bologna.

She is interested in topics on the intersection of health, human rights, bioethics, and new technologies. Her PhD thesis focuses on the regulation of healthcare AI and algorithmic discrimination in healthcare. 

She is a graduate of LLB English and European Law of the Queen Mary University of London and she holds a LLM Legal Studies from the University of Bologna.

Marta Stroppa

Marta Stroppa is a Ph.D. Candidate in Human Rights and Global Politics at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies.

Her research focuses on the legal implications of new technologies (in particular, cyber capabilities and AI) in the use of force and conduct of hostilities.

She previously worked in the Legal Affairs Office of the Permanent Mission of Italy to the United Nations in New York and in the Global Maritime Crime Programme of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Stroppa holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in International Relations from the University of Milan and a Master of Laws in International and Human Rights Law from Tilburg University. 

Riccardo Vecellio Segate

Riccardo Vecellio Segate is the PhD Candidate in International Law at the University of Macau. He is a a Visiting PhD Researcher at the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology at UC Berkeley Law.

He holds a Master of Laws in Public International Law from Utrecht University, a Postgraduate Diploma in European and Global Governance from the University of Bristol, and three Diplomas in European Affairs, Development Cooperation, and Humanitarian Intervention from ISPI Milan.

He has held visiting positions at the University of Leeds (2016), Tsinghua University in Beijing (2019), as well as the University of Hong Kong (2020, deferred).

Riccardo has single-authored or second-authored research articles and book reviews for such world-top peer-reviewed law journals as the Journal of International Dispute Settlement (Oxford University Press), The International Journal of Human Rights (Routledge), etc. Moreover, he has single-authored research articles for some of the most highly ranked specialised US law reviews, including for the law schools at Columbia (Columbia Journal of Asian Law), UCLA (UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal),  etc. Furthermore, he has drafted extensive commentaries to some of the most controversial cases before Hong Kong SAR’s last-instance court (Court of Final Appeal) for the International Law in Domestic Courts series published by Oxford University Press.

Riccardo is a member of the International Advisory Board of the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law (Springer), and the former Executive Editor and Secretary of the Utrecht Journal of International and European Law (Ubiquity Press). He has also served as an ad-hoc peer-reviewer for renowned journals across multiple legal and policy fields, including the Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property (Elgar), AI & Ethics (Springer), as well as Energy Research and Social Science (Elsevier). In November 2019, he has been awarded the Young Scholar Prize at the “Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Algorithms: Regulation, Governance, Markets” Conference, organized by Kyushu University’s Faculty of Law in Fukuoka (Japan).

He has trained at the European Commission as a “Blue Book” stagiaire at the Directorate-General for Communication Networks, Content, and Technology, and worked as a legal consultant in Trade Secrets at Rouse. He has also worked for EXPO2015 (Field Force Team) and entered the start-up business with QuiCibo.

Urbano Reviglio

Urbano is a researcher at the University of Milan in the project ALGOCOUNT which aims to conceptualise the “algorithmic public opinion” as well as to elaborate policy solutions.

His background is multidisciplinary – mainly political philosophy, political science and sociology of communication – with a long standing interest for internet and its development. In general, his research is focused on platform regulation, digital ethics and data governance. More specifically, his main interests are the ethics and governance of privacy and platform personalization systems.

He holds a PhD The Joint International Doctoral Degree in “Law, Science and Technology”

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Livinus Obiora Nweke

Livinus Obiora Nweke is a Research Fellow with the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Gjøvik, Norway. He is also a Lecturer at Noroff Accelerate.
Livinus received his Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Information Security and Communication Technology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Gjøvik, Norway and Master of Science Degree in Computer Science with Summa Cum Laude from the Faculty of Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Informatica e Statistica, Sapienza Universita di Roma, Italy. He also has broad industry experience with information security and communication technology.
His research interests include, but are not limited to infrastructure security, privacy and data protection, and information security; and he has published several peer-reviewed articles in these areas.

Nasiruddin Nezaami

Nasiruddin Nezaami is currently visiting SLS Fellow at Stanford University and Chair of the Law Department at the American University of Afghanistan.


In May 2022, Nezaami crossed the Afghanistan-Pakistan border under highly dangerous conditions due to the Taliban’s takeover. He managed to reach the United States and is now starting his second year as a visiting fellow at Stanford Law School. Nezaami is also engaged in research and teaching in various areas of law, including technology law and data privacy. Additionally, he provides online support to female law students in Afghanistan, whose lives have been upended by the Taliban’s ban on women pursuing higher education.

Nezaami’s commitment to the protection of Afghan women is internationally recognized, and he is actively supported in his endeavors by the ISLC.


He started his career as an assistant professor of law at Kabul University in 2012 and has served as Vice-Dean for the Faculty of Law and Political Science at Kabul University. He has an LLM from the University of Washington, and an LLB from Kabul University. 

He is Country Director for Afghanistan for the Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL) Association and serves as a peer reviewer for some prestigious international journals. Previously, he has been a member of the Afghan Penal Code Commentary committee where he wrote the commentary on cybercrimes and environmental crimes of the Afghan Penal Code. He has worked with a number of organizations as an independent consultant. His publications include articles in law journals, book chapters, and one book as a co-editor for the Emerald Publishing.