About

 

I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Communication Rights in the Age of Digital Disruption research consortium funded by the Academy of Finland. I research, teach, and consult on European Union media and internet law and policy.

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 the political economy of the internet, lobbying in the European Union, and communication rights. I work at the intersection of law, political science and media studies.

My ambition is to combine the best of these three academic disciplines – the linguistic precision of legal scholarship, the robust methodology of political science, and the domain expertise of media studies.