Dr Felipe Romero-Moreno
Dr Felipe Romero-Moreno is a senior lecturer and research degrees admissions tutor at Hertfordshire Law School.
His research primarily focuses on the intersection of new and emerging technologies with human rights, such as copyright, privacy, data protection, freedom of expression and due process. His current research explores the controversial EU Copyright reform, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), AI-specific regulation as well as the fake news and misinformation phenomenon.
Felipe is a law graduate from the Spanish Complutense University of Madrid in Spain. He is a member of the executive committee of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA). He specialises in IT/IP law and holds a PhD, an LLM by Research in IT/IP and an LLM in International Trade and Commercial Law, all of these from Oxford Brookes University.
|Current job role||Senior Lecturer and Research Degrees Admissions Tutor|
|Department||Hertfordshire Law School|
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