delights in combining technology to the legal system. She is convinced that “technology would do to the legal profession what the internet did to media” as it has the ability to bring the upswing much needed by the justice system. She is interested in Digital Rights and Data Protection, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Tech Policies.
She has an E-certificate on Data Privacy Fundamentals from Northeastern School of Law and an internship experience with Digital Rights Lawyers Initiative, where she wrote an article titled “Introduction to Digital Rights for Dummies” … yet to published. Oladotun’s portfolio demonstrates her ability to upskill, capitalizing on the global pandemic to chart a new career path for herself.
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