PhD student & Affiliate researcher
Hélène Bruderer holds a Bachelor's degree in law (2012, Lausanne with a stay in Zurich), a Master's degree in law (2014, Fribourg), a Certificate of specialization in legal matters (2015, Geneva) and the bar exam (2017, Republic and Canton of Geneva). She completed her legal internship in the public law department of the law firm Lenz & Staehelin.
In parallel to her studies, she worked as an assistant to Professor Pierre Tercier in Fribourg and also completed a three-month internship with the Secretariat of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.
Since May 2017, she has been working as a research and teaching assistant for Professors Jacques de Werra and Philippe Ducor and is writing a PhD thesis on the processing of personal health-related data for retrospective scientific research purposes. In addition, since 2018, she has been teaching a course module in English on the legal framework applicable to the luxury and fashion industry at the Grenoble Ecole de Management in collaboration with Professor Irene Calboli.
Hélène Bruderer is mainly interested in intellectual property, data protection, disruptive technologies and health law.