Adrien Alberini

Researcher affiliated with the Center for Digital Law / lawyer in Geneva

adrien.alberini [at] sigmalegal.ch

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Presentation

Adrien Alberini is a Doctor of Laws, holds an LL.M in Law, Science & Technology from Stanford University and is a member of the Geneva Bar. He practices, publishes and lectures mainly in business law, with a focus on both public and private law issues related to new technologies.

Within the Banking and Finance Law Center, Adrien Alberini is co-director of the CAS in Digital Finance Law and is in charge of Module 4 of this CAS, which is dedicated to intellectual property law and competition law. Adrien Alberini is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Law and is involved in the legal reasoning and drafting course.

He contributes to the activities of the Center for Digital Law, particularly from the perspective of competition law.

Associated activities

Education
15 - 26 June 2020

Digital Law Summer School

Related publications

Regulation of large online platform companies acting as gatekeepers

Submission made in the course of the EU consultation on the Digital Services Act package, Dr Adrien Alberini, LL.M., Affiliated Researcher at the Digital Law Center, Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

Regulation of large online platform companies acting as gatekeepers

Submission made in the course of the EU consultation on the Digital Services Act package, Dr Adrien Alberini, LL.M., Affiliated Researcher at the Digital Law Center, Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

Data portability and interoperability: an issue that needs to be anticipated in today's IT-driven world

Adrien Alberini / Yaniv Benhamou, Data portability and interoperability : An issue that needs to be anticipated in today's IT-driven world, in : Expert Focus, Vol.8, 2017, pp.518-523. 

Data portability and interoperability: an issue that needs to be anticipated in today's IT-driven world

Adrien Alberini / Yaniv Benhamou, Data portability and interoperability : An issue that needs to be anticipated in today's IT-driven world, in : Expert Focus, Vol.8, 2017, pp.518-523.