Elisa Llop Cardenal
Human Rights Scholar

Elisa Llop Cardenal is an LLM candidate in International Legal Studies. She is specializing in the interplay between technological development, human rights and international law. Additionally, she is part of the International Organizations Clinic and a member of Rights over Tech. As a Human Rights Scholar, she works with Christiaan Van Veen in the Digital Welfare State and Human Rights Project. Their research focuses on the increasing use of technological tools in systems of social protection and assistance, and their implications for the protection of individual’s human rights. 

Elisa holds a double degree in Law and Political Science by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a Masters in International Law by ESADE and Maastricht University. She has expertise in litigation and worked as a criminal lawyer, mostly focusing on white collar crime. She was also a clerk for Judge M. Elósegui, elected in respect of Spain at the European Court of Human Rights. She has extensive volunteering and pro bono experience working with minors and young inmates, with teenagers and with immigrants.


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