Affiliate researcher at the Digital Law Center / Lawyer in Zurich
Hélène Bruderer holds a Doctorate in law from the University of Geneva, and is qualified as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP-E).
She is currently an attorney-at-law on the IP/IT team of the top-tier law firm Homburger AG, in Zurich. In parallel, she also conducts scientific research on digital law as an affiliated researcher at the Digital Law Center of the University of Geneva.
Her research fields are focused on privacy, health data, and youth protection in the online world. During her Ph.D., she worked as a teaching and research assistant to Jacques de Werra, Prof. Irene Calboli, and Prof. Philippe Ducor. She carried out part of her doctoral research at the Harvard Law School and the Center for Information and Innovation Law at the University of Copenhagen.