Clara Iglesias Keller
Clara is a Public Law Doctoral Candidate at the Rio de Janeiro State University – UERJ. She holds a Master of Public Law diploma from the same University and an L.LM in IT, Media and Communications Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science. At the HIIG, she is focused on the regulation of online service providers, specifically regarding the combination of internet governance principles with regulatory strategies and rationales (subject of her Doctoral thesis).She is also interested in e-governments, digital administrative law and the shaping of democratic institutions in the face of technology in general.
Coming from a media and regulation background, Clara has experience working for a multimedia conglomerate, nongovernmental organizations and for the public sector, having served as legal advisor in the Brazilian Audiovisual Regulatory Agency – ANCINE. As a visiting lecturer, she has ministered technology regulation in Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro and Constitutional Law in UERJ.There, she also acted as pro bono advocate for the Human Rights Clinic and is currently in the executive editing team of the law journal Publicum.
Visiting Researcher: The evolving digital society