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Elena Brodeala is a researcher working on reproductive rights at the Faculty of Law, University of Zürich. Before joining the project she worked for over two years at the Council of Europe’s Information Society Department and the European Court of Human Rights. She completed a PhD in Law at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy with a thesis on gender and the law and holds an LL.M. from Yale Law School as well as an LL.M. in Comparative, European and International Laws from the European University Institute. She was a visiting researcher at the Kent Center for Law, Gender and Sexuality in the UK (2018), at the New Europe College in Bucharest, Romania (2016) and at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary (2015). Elena is also a part-time lecturer in European Human Rights Law and International Institutional Law at Sciences Po, Reims in France. Elena has expertise in the fields of bioethics – particularly issues related to human reproduction, human rights – particularly the European Convention on Human Rights, gender and the law, freedom of expression and of the media – particularly the protection of journalists, as well as on issues related to rule of law and constitutionalism in Central and Eastern Europe.
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University of Zurich/Sciences Po
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