Ms Dimitra Kamarinou, LLB (Aristotle University, Greece), LLM Human Rights (Birkbeck University of London), LLM Corporate & Commercial Law (QMUL)
Research Assistant, Cloud Legal Project
Email: email@example.comTelephone: +44 (0) 20 7882 7319Room Number: Lincoln's Inn Fields
Dimitra Kamarinou joined the Centre for Commercial Law Studies in April 2014 as a Research Assistant to the Cloud Legal Project. She is currently conducting research on a full time basis on various legal aspects of cloud computing through the Microsoft funded Cloud Legal Project.
Prior to joining CCLS, Dimitra worked in London as an Associate in an Intellectual Property Strategy Consultancy firm alongside a team of scientists, solicitors and patent attorneys advising a wide range of clients, from technology start-ups to multinationals on the management and monetisation of IP. Prior to that, Dimitra obtained an LLM (Merit) in Corporate and Commercial Law from Queen Mary University of London, in 2012, specialising in data protection and the international transfers of data.
Dimitra originally qualified as an attorney-at-law in Greece, following a long period of training in civil and commercial law, public law litigation and human rights.
Pursuing a long-time interest in the field of individual rights, Dimitra obtained an LLM (Distinction) in Human Rights Law from Birkbeck University of London, in 2010, and went on to join the Europe and Central Asia department of Amnesty International in London in a research capacity. Dimitra has also had experience organising student moot competitions, where she has acted as a Human Rights Judge.
- All aspects of Cloud Computing
- Data protection; international transfers of personal data
- European and International Human Rights law
- Intellectual Property; regulation, management and monetisation of IP
- Kamarinou, D, International transfers of personal data and corporate compliance under Directive 95/46/EC, the draft Regulation and the international community: Part 1, Comms. L. 2013, 18(2), 49-55
- Kamarinou, D, International transfers of personal data and corporate compliance under Directive 95/46/EC, the draft Regulation and the international community: Part 2, Comms. L. 2013, 18(3), 88-96
- ‘Law, Policing and Human Rights’ Report, (Co-author, together with the Big Voice London team members, 2012), LexisNexis, launched in December 2012. The report was included in the response to the Home Office Consultation on Police Powers of Stop and Search in July 2013 submitted by The Hackney Community Law Centre and Big Voice London.