Seyedeh Sajedeh Salehi
Sajedeh is a PhD researcher at LSTS and her research area is focused on alternative dispute resolution and technology. She is currently involved in projects such as SCAN and H2020 (intangible cultural heritage).
She holds LL.M in Innovation, Technology and Law from the Edinburgh University Law School in the UK. She obtained her LL.B from Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran, Iran (2009). Her LL.M dissertation concentrated on the EU systems of consumer protection in online and distance selling contracts and assessment of the effective measures to advance the pertinent legal protections. She has won several scholarships including, the Edinburgh full scholarship for LLM (2016), the Lund University Global full scholarship (2015) and the International Women Lawyers of IBA scholarship (2015).
Sajedeh is also a legal practitioner as a member of the Iran Bar. She has also been appointed as the legal and international affairs advisor to the head of the Science & Tech Park of the Province (2017). She has been actively involved in providing counselling and dealing with various legal issues specifically on Tech & Startup Companies.
Her main research interests are e-commerce law, ODRs, ADRs, consumer protection, comparative civil procedure laws, privacy & data protection and ICT law.