Bio

Charlotte is a PhD candidate in the interdisciplinary NWO-MVI research project 'Blockchain in the Network Society - In search of transparency, trust and legitimacy'

Her research concerns the use of new technologies by governments and the questions that the use of these new technologies pose to constitutional and administrative law. 

Charlotte holds a degree in Law & Technology (LL.M.) from Tilburg University and a degree in Law &  Economics (LL.M.) from Utrecht University (cum laude).

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Recent publications

  1. The Netherlands - 2020 global review of constitutional law

    Goossens, J., Leenknegt, G-J., van Oirsouw, C., & van Vugt, E. (2021). The Netherlands: 2020 global review of constitutional law. In R. Albert , D. Landau, P. Faraguna , & S. Drugda (Eds.), The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2020 global review of constitutional law (pp. 202-206). Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy.
  2. The role of data regulation in shaping AI - An overview of challenges…

    Timan, T., van Oirsouw, C., & Hoekstra, M. (2021). The role of data regulation in shaping AI: An overview of challenges and recommendations for SMEs. In E. Curry, A. Metzger, S. Zillner, J-C. Pazzaglia, & A. G. Robles (Eds.), The elements of big data value: Foundations of the research and innovation ecosystem (1st ed., pp. 355-376). Springer/Link.
  3. Innovating with Blockchain: Legal Questions and Challenges from the P…

    van Oirsouw, C. (Author). (2021). Innovating with Blockchain: Legal Questions and Challenges from the Perspective of Government. Web publication/site

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