Nina Orlić
IT Privacy Lawyer / Advocaat
Phone
+31 (0)6 28 44 70 48

Biography

Nina assists both international and Dutch clients in various sectors, within the field of data protection and IT law. Her clients include (global) e-commerce and tech companies, financial institutions, telecom companies, gaming companies and companies active in regulated markets, as well as foundations and consortia. She advises and assists clients on a wide range of topics varying from ad-hoc advice on (e-)privacy or IT contracting related matters, to the drafting of full IT and data protection contracts, as well as enforcement by competent authorities and litigation. Nina acts as a sparring partner for clients, balancing legal advice with a strategic and pragmatic approach.

Background

Before joining The Data Lawyers in May 2022, Nina worked as a lawyer at the international law firm Loyens & Loeff from 2016 to 2022, specialising in data protection and privacy law, regulated markets and (international) contract law with a focus on tech and digital economy. Nina holds a Master of Law degree in corporate law from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Nina also completed the post-academic specialisation course VPR-A on data protection and privacy law at the University of Leiden (cum laude) in 2021, meant for lawyers that (also) specialize in privacy law. Nina also believes that the “translation” of legal theory to actual practice is of the essence, for a pragmatic approach. In her free time, she therefore also focuses on keeping up with technological practice and developments, and on understanding the basics of the related techniques. In view of this, for instance, she successfully completed the Harvard course “CS50’s Computer Science for Lawyers” and has been involved in several hackathons.

Public speaker and writer

Nina regularly publishes articles and blogs which are always well received. She also frequently attends conferences and seminars in the field of privacy and IT law, and tech.

Memberships

Nina is a member of various Dutch law associations. She has been admitted as a member to the Association of Privacy Lawyers (Vereniging PrivacyrechtAdvocaten). It is only open to members specialised - demonstrably and extensively - in the field of privacy law. Her other memberships include the Association for Privacy Law (VPR) and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

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