received her Magister Juris (MJur) from Oxford University in 2017. She took part in specialist training courses in intellectual property and new technologies law, capital market law, restructuring law and corporate finance. Her scientific interests cover copyright law, industrial property law and new technologies law, with a particular focus on licence agreements. She also specialises in bankruptcy and restructuring law.
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