Isabel Hahn is currently an LL.M. candidate at Harvard Law School, and President of the Harvard European Law Association. Prior to joining Harvard Law, Isabel was Member of Cabinet at the European Data Protection Supervisor, the European Union’s regulatory authority responsible for supervising the European Union institutions, agencies, and bodies, for data protection and privacy compliance. At EDPS, Isabel’s portfolio focused on data transfers, health data spaces, anti-money laundering, and international cooperation. Isabel has also worked in privacy litigation at noyb - European Center for Digital Rights. Her accolades include the “Rising Star in Privacy” award, awarded by Women@Privacy, and shortlist for the European Data Protection Law Review’s “Young Scholar Award”. Isabel holds her primary Law degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Contributions by Isabel Hahn
Can Generative AI Survive the GDPR?
Speaker at AI Governance Global 2023, an IAPP event