Agustina Del Campo / Director.
Agustina Del Campo is an Argentine lawyer with an LL.M. in International Legal Studies and a specialization in Human Rights Law from American University Washington College of Law. She has been a researcher with CELE since 2012 and has worked on issues related to criminalization of speech, access to information and human rights and the internet, within ILEi. Ms. Del Campo has over a decade long experience working on strategic litigation before the Inter-American System for the Protection of Human Rights. Agustina was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Columbia University in the fall 2015, has been a consultant on human rights issues with the Organization of American States and Amnesty International Argentina, among others. She has lectured and published several papers on human rights and free speech and is a guest expert at Columbia University’s Global Freedom of Expression and Access to Information Project since 2014. She is admitted to practice law in the City of Buenos Aires (Argentina) and in the State of New York (USA).
Verónica Ferrari / Researcher.
Verónica is a graduate of the University Of Buenos Aires´ School Of Social Sciences, where she majored in Communications. She has worked as a communications and press coordinator for non profit organizations such as the Center of Public Policies for Socialism (CEPPAS), the Institute of Comparative Studies in Criminal and Social Sciences (INECIP) and the Latin American Institute for Security and Democracy (ILSED). Among other engagements, she currently works in CELE´s communications sector and works in research projects for the Freedom of Expression on the Internet Initiative (iLEI).
Maia Levy Daniel / Researcher.
Maia is a lawyer graduated from Torcuato di Tella University. She is now studying a Master in Public Policies in the same University. She was a senior editor for Torcuato Di Tella University’s legal journal (“Revista Argentina de Teoría Jurídica”), and studied as an exchange student in Paris X University. She worked as a lawyer in the Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Area in the Civil Rights Association (“Asociación por los Derechos Civiles (ADC)”), and collaborated with Human Rights Watch. She previously worked in the Legal and Technical Secretary of the City of Buenos Aires Government. Maia is an auxiliary professor at UTDT. She is currently working in research projects for the Freedom of Expression on the Internet Initiative – iLEI.
Johanna Caterina Faliero / Google Policy Fellow.
Johanna is a Lawyer (with Honors), PhD student and Specialist of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in Information Technology Law and Data Privacy. She is an Ascribed Researcher at the Institute Ambrosio Lucas Gioja, Thesis Researcher at UBACyT Project, and Doctoral Fellow at PII Project of the Faculty of Law of the UBA, and Researcher of the Information Technology Law Institute (CPACF). Johanna is a legal consultant, professor and has numerous publications in the legal area. In the CELE she is a Researcher for the Google Policy Fellowship Program 2016.
Sara Kohgadai / Research assistant.
Sara is a third year law student at American University Washington College of Law in the United States who is in Argentina as an exchange student at the University Torcuato Di Tella. In 2015, she participated in a month-long intensive course on International Criminal Law and International Approaches to Terrorism at the T.S. Asser Institute in the Hague. Today, she is a Senior Staffer on the American University International Law Review.
Paula Roko / Communication and Logistics Assistant.
Paula is a lawyer graduated from Palermo University Law School (UP) and a journalist graduated from TEA Journalism School. She is currently taking a postgraduate course in Investigative Journalism at Editorial Perfil and Salvador University (USAL). At CELE, she is working as Communication and Logistics Assistant.