Student, University College London Laws
Nawal Hssinou is a student at the University College London where she is currently completing a specialist LL.M in Competition Law. In 2010 she has received the prestigious Entente Cordiale Scholarship to study in London.
Nawal holds a Master 2 in European Law from the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2) and a Master 1 in General Private Law from the University Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris 1). She also spent one year in the Law Faculty of Genova, Italy where she graduated with Distinctions (ranked 1st). Her main legal interests include the interplay between Competition Law and Intellectual Property. She is writing a dissertation on the topic of Google’s Digital Books Library which is at the cross road of highly legal complex issues.
As an author on the e-Competitions Review, she writes articles on decisions held by both the French Autorité de la Concurrence and the UK Competition Commission. In addition, she has also a strong commercial awareness, being a member of the Association Droit et Affaires (Law and Business Association) in Paris.
Nawal has previous experience in trial courts, law firms, international companies and university as a Professor assistant gained in both France, Italy and Belgium. She is fluent in English, French, Italian, Arabic and is currently learning Mandarin. She is originally from Paris and currently lives in London.