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Ms Marilyne Ordekian
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  • Postgraduate Teaching Assistant
  • Dept of Computer Science
  • Faculty of Engineering Science

Maître Marilyne Ordekian is a Ph.D. candidate at the CDT in Cybersecurity, and a qualified Junior Lawyer, consultant, and a pénaliste. She holds a Bachelor’s and taught Master’s degrees in law, a Research Master's degree in Criminal Law (Rank 1st in cohort), and is certified in International Criminal Law. She’s an experienced legal practitioner and consultant in several legal areas, in particular criminal law, civil and private law, cybercrimes, and technology law. She has served as a specialist, has been invited to give talks on emerging technologies such as cryptocurrencies, and has published policy-oriented works on the subject matter. Marilyne has also volunteered with a number of human rights organisations, supporting and assisting with socio-legal issues such as human trafficking and domestic abuse.

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Marilyne’s research sits at the intersections of the law, emerging technology policies, and cybersecurity. She tackles novel multidisciplinary issues by adapting methods from various disciplines including law, computer science, and crime science. Her current research focuses on the interplay between cryptocurrency service providers (such as exchanges), regulations, and users. Her previous academic work has extensively examined areas such as global policymaking and regulation of cryptocurrencies, and financial/computer crimes also involving cryptocurrencies.

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