Christine Carter is a research fellow with the Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) since August 2022. Her research interests lie in the areas of EU law, Law & Economics, and Employment law. Within these areas, she focuses on the regulatory, economic and technical implications of emerging technologies, particularly in relation to the regulation of Algorithmic Governance, Big Data, Digital Surveillance and Platform Economies.
She holds both a BA (Double-First Class Honors) and a LLM (Distinction Honors) from the University of Cambridge, UK, where she has been awarded numerous academic prizes and studentships for her legal achievements. She has worked in the International Arbitration practice group of Arnold & Porter LLP in London where she assisted the practice group in various cases involving the representation of sovereign States and multi-national corporations in investor-state arbitrations and international commercial arbitrations.
Previously, she has served as the Deputy Editor-in-Chief for Per Incuriam at the University of Cambridge, as well as the 2021 LLM College Representative on the Staff-Student Consultative Committee of the University of Cambridge. Additionally, she has delivered lectures on behalf of the Cambridge Law Faculty on the subject of Youth Justice for the 2021 LLM cohort. She also has served as a volunteer researcher for the AMICUS ALJ Campaign in London during Summer 2019.