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Giulia Gentile
Fellow in Law at the LSE Law School | + posts

Giulia Gentile (LL.M, Ph.D. King’s College London) is Lecturer in Law at Essex Law School. From 2024, she will be co-PI of an EU Horizon-funded research collaborative project on digital regulation and EU fundamental values. Giulia joined Essex Law School in 2023, having previously worked at LSE Law School and Maastricht University. Giulia is a qualified lawyer at the Italian Bar Association and has gained legal experience at the chambers of Judge Lucia Serena Rossi at the CJEU and at Clifford Chance (Milan). She has provided expert evidence to the UK Parliament and the EU Commission on issues of fundamental rights and digital regulation.

Melanie Fink
Assistant Professor at Leiden University | + posts

Melanie Fink is Assistant Professor at Leiden University (the Netherlands) and APART-GSK Fellow of the Austrian Academy of Sciences at the Central European University (Austria). She researches and publishes in the areas of EU and public international law, with a focus on the human rights and access to justice, the EU’s role in border control, and accountability in the context of administrative cooperation, including through the use of artificial intelligence systems. She is an active member of various international networks, in particular the European Society of International Law (ESIL) and the Standing Committee of Experts on International Migration, Refugee and Criminal Law (Meijers Committee). Melanie is also Visiting Professor at Católica Global School of Law, Lisbon (2023/2024). You can find her publications here: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/staffmembers/melanie-fink/publications#tab-4).

Simona Demkova
Assistant Professor of European law at Leiden University | Website | + posts

Simona Demková is an Assistant professor of European law at Leiden University (the Netherlands). Her research focuses on European public law, fundamental rights protection and law and technology. Previously she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg within the framework of interdisciplinary (law and computer science) project – DILLAN (Digitalisation, Law and Innovation). She completed her PhD thesis titled ‘Effective Review in the Age of Information: The Case-study of Semi-automated Decision-making based on Schengen Information System’ at the University of Luxembourg under the supervision of Prof. Herwig Hofmann. You can find her publications here: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/staffmembers/simona-demkova/publications#tab-3

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