Cantero Gamito, Marta
Marta joined the Law Department as Assistant Professor in September 2018. Prior to that, she was postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki and Research Associate at the FiDiPro Project on the External Dimension of European Private Law, funded by the Academy of Finland (2015-2018). During the academic year 2017-2018, Marta was also class teacher in EU law at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She obtained her PhD at the European University Institute (Florence), where she also was Research Associate an ERC-funded project on European Regulatory Private Law. Marta has supervised LLM theses and taught courses on EU IT law and governance, Internet and telecommunications regulation, EU internal market, regulated markets, data protection and ePrivacy.
PhD in Laws – European University Institute (Florence)
LL.M. in Comparative, European and International Laws – European University Institute (Florence)
MA in International Business and External Trade – Universidad de Córdoba
Law Degree – Universidad de Córdoba
Management and Business Administration Degree – Universidad de Córdoba
Áreas de interés
Research interests cover the intersections between law and technology within the context of EU IT law and Governance. She writes on EU law, the role of the EU in the Global Digital Economy including, telecommunications, ICT standardization, data Protection, ePrivacy and Transnational Private Regulation.
EU Law teacher – London School of Economics (2017-2018)
Research associate (postdoc) – University of Helsinki (2015-2018)
Research associate (ERC Project) – European University Institute (2011-2015)
Publicaciones en revistas científicas
‘The Role of the EU in the Making of Global Standards for ICT and Telecommunications’, (2018) 37 Yearbook of European Law: 395
‘Regulation.com. Self-regulation and Contract Governance in the Platform Economy: A research agenda’, (2017) 9 European Journal of Legal Studies: 53
‘Dispute Resolution in Telecommunications: A Commitment to Out-of-Court’, (2017) 25 European Review of Private Law: 387