Nazanin Aslani


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Biographical details

Nazanin Aslani is a PhD candidate at Dickson Poon School of Law. She holds an LLM from University College London (UCL) and an dual LLB degree in English and German Law from King’s College London (KCL).

Nazanin is a qualified attorney (New York) and has previously worked internationally in the public sector (e.g., the European Commission and the German Parliament), as well as in the private sector (e.g, consultancies and law firms). Prior to joining KCL for her doctorate, Nazanin served as a General Counsel at the Austrian State Holding Ltd, where she was also Company Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer.

As Editor-in-Chief of the King’s Student Law Review, Nazanin managed the Senior Editors of the entirely graduate student-run, open-access legal publication of the Dickson Poon School of Law from 2018 to 2020.

Since 2018, Nazanin is a Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London, where she teaches national, international and comparative intellectual property and unfair competition law at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Research interests

Nazanin’s primary research focus is international and comparative intellectual property law. Her doctoral research is a comparative, doctrinal and normative study of how part- communicative, part-functional organisational tools are protected and regulated under EU and US trade mark and unfair competition law. 
Other research interests include international copyright and design law, trade secrets, data protection law, free speech, internet regulation, data privacy, AI and Blockchain.


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