Dr. Suzanne Vergnolle is a researcher and a teaching fellow working at the intersection of Law, Technology, and Public Policy. Suzanne is currently a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Swiss Institute for Comparative Law and at the University of Lausanne (UNIL) where she works on Tech Law and is an advisor for the LLM program in International Business Law.
Suzanne has 8 years of teaching experience in top French and American universities in topics ranging from Civil Law to Tech Law. As a Fulbright and Georges Lurcy Visiting Researcher at Georgia Tech, she worked on Privacy, Data Protection Law and International Criminal Cooperation.
Suzanne has also worked for Etalab, the French Prime Minister’s task force for access to information. At Etalab, Suzanne focused on policy shaping, law making, and coordination of France’s strategy on Open Data.
Suzanne completed her doctorate in Data Protection Law at University Paris II Panthéon-Assas. She is the author of various papers on Privacy Law, Data Protection Law, Enforcement of Digital Rights, and Open Data.
Since 2015, Suzanne has been involved in multiple French NGOs to make governments more accountable, improve digital rights and empower citizens.