She brings both an academic and industry perspective, having specialized in privacy law for her Doctor of the Science of Law (J.S.D.) degree, which she obtained from the University of California – Berkeley School of Law. Her doctoral dissertation was on Working Towards a Data Protection Soft Law Framework for the ASEAN Region. She obtained her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from the same institution, where she obtained a Certificate of Specialization in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. During her time in Berkeley, she was also a Graduate Tutor and Research Assistant, focusing her efforts on legal research and writing, and the US privacy law landscape.
During her legal career in the Philippines, from which she hails, she clerked for a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, worked as Legal Counsel and Data Protection Officer for a tech company, and taught law subjects at De La Salle University. She’s also published articles on intellectual property law and cyberlaw.
Contributions by Arianne Jimenez
Data Protection Management Programme from Cybersecurity and AI Perspective
Re-thinking Privacy for the Metaverse
Speaker at IAPP Asia Privacy Forum 2022
The Data Protection Sandbox: A Driver of Innovative Regulation
Web Conference Speaker
Cross-border Transfers of Personal Data in Asia: Challenges and solutions
Speaker at Virtual Hong Kong and Thailand KnowledgeNet: 5 August 2021
Privacy Implications for the Use of AI and Strategies to Mitigate Risks
Speaker at IAPP Asia Privacy Forum 2019