Carmen Villarroel Luque

Carmen Villarroel Luque

Austria, Vienna
Profession: Lawyer
Industry: Data Privacy

About:

I am a qualified Spanish Lawyer with an interest in privacy, data protection, and human rights. I am also interested in the interplay between technology, society, and law. I recently obtained an LLM in Law and Technology from Tilburg University and I am currently a Legal Trainee at noyb.

languages

Spanish, Galician, English

Expertise:

Legal TechnologyEU LawPrivacyData Protection

Experience:

EHVlinc

Legal Intern at EHVlinc

3 mth • November 2019 - February 2020 • Tilburg / Eindhoven, The Netherlands

I helped develop the Suitless Project, a program that offers automatic legal advice to start-ups on intellectual property, data protection and other aspects of the law relevant for them. I helped to create the data protection flowcharts into a software solution, designing and drafting the contents.

ASML

Privacy Intern at ASML

5 mth • February 2020 - July 2020 • Eindhoven, The Netherlands

I worked in the privacy office of ASML. I helped structure the privacy department and workflow. I also helped handling data breaches, privacy assessments and DPIAs.

Education:

Universidade de Vigo

Bachelor in Laws. Education is Spanish Law on most areas (constitutional law, Roman law, human rights, history and philosophy of the law; criminal, civil, administrative, business, tax law) and public and private international and European law.

Universidade de Vigo

Advocacy Master at Universidade de Vigo. It is a mandatory master to become a qualified lawyer. If offers legal education in a practical way.

Tilburg University

LLM in Law and Technology at Tilburg University. Courses completed: Regulation: Ethics, Acceptance, and Legitimacy; Privacy and Data Protection; Capita Selecta Privacy and Data Protection; Cybercrime; Contracts and ICT; Global E-Commerce and Internet Liability; European Intellectual Property Law and Technology; Advanced Topics in Intellectual Property Law Additional courses: Dutch I for International Students Master Thesis: "I, Judge" - Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Justice and the Protection of Human Rights

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