Beril Boz is a DPhil (PhD) in law candidate at the Faculty of Law. Her research examines different aspects of public-private dichotomy under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, considering the transforming characteristics of the online realm. Beril is interested in exploring and researching various subjects within the technology, society and, governance triangle.
Her teaching interests and experience include data protection law, contracts and jurisprudence. She is currently teaching jurisprudence at St. Anne's College and previously taught the same at Lincoln College, as well as Philosophy of Human Rights at St. Catz College.
She is also working on the research project 'Enabling Trust, Security and Privacy for Policy Innovation in Tackling Modern Slavery' for the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, in cooperation with the Alan Turing Institute and Open Data Institute, researching the barriers to data sharing in the context of modern slavery policy interventions.
Before coming to Oxford, she was practicing law (as a litigator and consultant), with a particular focus on data protection law, content regulations and contracts.
CPGS in Legal Studies, University of Cambridge
LL.M. (Master in Laws), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA - Fulbright Scholar
LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws), Bahcesehir University, Istanbul / Turkey
New York State Bar