Mr Dave Michels, LLB(University of Amsterdam), LLM International Criminal Law (University of Amsterdam), LLM Intellectual Property Law (London School of Economics);
Research Assistant (Cloud Legal Project)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 020 7882 3886
Dave Michels joined the Centre for Commercial Law Studies in July 2017 to work on the Microsoft-funded Cloud Legal Project. He is currently conducting full-time research on various legal aspects of cloud computing, with a particular interest in intellectual property, data protection, and privacy.
Prior to joining CCLS, Dave worked as an Associate at Ofcom, the independent UK regulator for the communications markets. As part of Ofcom’s Strategy and Policy team, Dave analysed trends in communications markets and technology and spearheaded policy projects ranging from net neutrality to the legal separation of telecoms infrastructure companies.
Before joining Ofcom, Dave worked as an Associate for the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. In this role, Dave provided legal support and advice to the Judges of Trial Chamber I on international law and human rights issues, including on the trial of Ratko Mladić.
- False Sovereigns & Poor Stewards: Why copyright law should liberate the transformative author; Aug 2015; Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law.
- Compensating Acquitted Defendants for Detention before International Criminal Courts; April 2010; Oxford Journal of International Criminal Justice.
- Keeping Dealers Off The Docket; December 2009; Florida Journal of International Law.