Magdalena Jóźwiak joined CEPS as an Associate Researcher with the GRID unit to contribute to the Hidden Treasures project. At the same time, she is a lecturer at the Law Faculty of Tilburg University (Netherlands) and a fellow at the Datasphere Initiative of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network in Paris (France).
With 10 years of experience working as a researcher and lecturer, Magdalena is an expert the fields of freedom of expression, privacy, and data protection law and jurisprudence, focusing on the human rights’ conflicts in the digital public sphere. In this area Magdalena has published academic papers and gave numerous academic presentations, including at the Stanford Law School, Sciences Po, Humboldt University, University of Copenhagen, University of Edinburgh and University of Amsterdam.
Magdalena graduated with Master of Law degree from Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznań) and LLM degree from Catholic University of Portugal (Lisbon). She held academic positions at the VU Amsterdam and Leiden University and prior to joining the academia she worked as a lawyer in Paris and as a stagiaire at the Court of Justice of the EU (Luxembourg), EPO (Munich) and OECD (Paris).
Magdalena’s mother tongue is Polish, she is fluent in English, French, Italian, and has knowledge of Spanish.