Eva Cellina practices primarily in the fields of advanced technologies and innovation, with a focus on privacy and cybersecurity. She also regularly assists clients in intellectual property matters, including in trademarks related disputes or litigations relating to the provision of IT services; she is also active in the field of Open access, using her experience within the Swiss French-speaking section of Creative Commons. She also advises clients in commercial transactions, using in particular her expert knowledge in the field of data management.
Eva Cellina is completing her PhD on the commercialization of personal data under the supervision of Prof. Sylvain Marchand; she was a research fellow at the au Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, at Harvard University. Eva Cellina studied at the University of Geneva were she graduated with a Bachelor (2010) and a Master in Laws (2012), after spending a semester at the Humboldt University in Berlin.
Before joining the firm, she worked as a teaching and research assistant at the Civil Law Department from the University of Geneva mainly in the fields of commercial contracts, consumer protection and advanced technologies and was also in charge of organizing the Internet l@w summer school from 2014 to 2016 under the direction of Prof. Jacques de Werra.
Eva Cellina practices in French, English and Italian. She is a member of the IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) and of the Swiss French-speaking section of Creative Commons.