I am a political scientist and lawyer currently working for law firm Mannheimer Swartling in Stockholm, Sweden. My main field of expertise is data protection, but I research, teach, and consult on European Union media and internet law and policy broadly.
Before joining Mannheimer Swartling, I worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Communication Rights in the Age of Digital Disruption research consortium funded by the Academy of Finland.
I hold a doctorate in social sciences from the University of Helsinki, where I defended my dissertation on the legislative process of the General Data Protection Regulation in November, 2019.
My broad research interests include internet policy and regulation, lobbying in the European Union, and data protection.