Nina Gumzej graduated from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law in 2001 (summa cum laude). During these studies she was awarded with Dean’s award for outstanding academic achievement and Dean’s and Rector's awards for best student paper. In 2002 she earned her LL.M. degree (Distinction) in International Business Law at the Central European University in Hungary (courses taken also at the T.M.C Asser Instituut in the Netherlands) and the Ph.D. degree in 2011 at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law (doctoral thesis on data protection in electronic communications). She passed the bar exam in 2005. Dr. Gumzej started working in 2003 (attorney’s office Vukmir and Associates and the County Court in Zagreb – law trainee; Croatian Telecom, Inc.) and has been employed at the Zagreb Law Faculty since 2012. She teaches several courses at the Zagreb Law Faculty (Information Technology Law, Privacy and Electronic Communications, Electronic Media Law, Internet Governance and Regulation, Introduction to Information Security, Cybersecurity and Cybercrime) and at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (Information law; Privacy and Consumer Protection in Electronic Communications - postgraduate multidisciplinary study Electronic Communications Market Regulation). She is currently engaged in several research projects: New Croatian legal system, Multidisciplinary Research Cluster on Crime in Transition - Trafficking in Human Beings, Corruption and Economic Crime (Zagreb Faculty of Law); Looking to the Future 2020 (Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries, University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing). Dr. Gumzej has so far been engaged as external legal expert for several studies for the European Commission. As a selected representative from the academia she participated from 2012-2013 in the Young Leaders Program supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology Foundation and the European Commission, academically steered by Imperial College London. Dr. Gumzej is editorial board member for the international journal Juridical Tribune (Law Department of the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies), scientific committee member of the international conference Perspectives of Business Law in the Third Millennium (Law Department of Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and the Society of Juridical and Administrative Sciences in Bucharest), and organizing and program committee member of the international conference SoftCOM – Symposium on Information Security and Intellectual Property (ISIP). She is associate member of the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences.
Published papers recorded in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography Database (CROSBI)
List of select publications
1. Dragičević Dražen; Gumzej, Nina.
Privacy and Personal Data Protection in the Digital Environment // Legal Informatics and Information Technologies Law) / Dragičević, Dražen (ed.). Zagreb : Narodne novine, 2015. Str. 101-164.
Whole new chapter 5 - Privacy and Personal Data Protection in the Digital Environment (updated, 2018.) for students: https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/PI/predmet/pit/dokumenti
(Spark Legal Network) Time.lex; Spark Legal Network i Tech4i2; European Commission
Cross-border data flow in the digital single market: study on data location restrictions - study under the assignment of the European Commission(SMART 2015/0054), 2017. doi:10.2759/92602 (national expert for Spark for the purposes of final report, p. 140). http://dx.doi.org/10.2759/92602
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