Nathalie holds a Master of Laws and a Bachelor of Philosophy from the KU Leuven. She also pursued an LL.M. at the University of Chicago Law School, and qualified at the New York Bar. After her studies, Nathalie worked as an associate in an international law firm in Brussels, advising companies on EU law. In 2017, she joined the KU Leuven Department of International and European Law, focusing on the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other new technologies. Her research deals particularly with the impact of AI on fundamental rights, and the broader legal and ethical issues raised thereby. In the context of her research, Nathalie also worked at the European Commission (DG Connect), where she coordinated the work of the EC High-Level Expert Group on AI.
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