Sandra Särav, early stage researcher
e-mail: sandra dot sarav at taltech dot ee
tel: +372 620 4109
Sandra Särav is a junior researcher in Tallinn Law School of Tallinn University of Technology and a PhD candidate at University of Lausanne, Switzerland, writing her doctoral thesis on the topic of data transfer of EU citizens’ personal data to third countries. In TLS, she lectures on European Union law and legal framework of e-governance, is involved in law school projects, and has contributed to several research articles in the field of EU law and law and technology. Sandra obtained her bachelor’s degree in European Union and International law and her master’s degree in law and technology (cum laude). She completed her in-service-training at the European Commission Digital Single Market Team, being a stagiaire at the cabinet of Vice-President Andrus Ansip for 5 months.
Topics of supervision: EU law, more specifically Digital Single Market initiatives, data protection in digital environment, data transfers, e-government services.
Selection of publications:
- Särav, S; Kerikmäe, T. (2016). E-Residency: a Cyberdream Embodied in a Digital Identity Card? In: Kerikmäe, T.; Rull, A. (Ed.). The Future of Law and eTechnologies (57−79). Springer-Verlag Heidelberg.
- Kerikmäe, T; Särav, S. (2016). Legal Impediments in the EU to New Technologies in the Example of E-Residency. Baltic Journal of Law & Politics, 8 (2), 71−90.
- Kerikmäe, T.; Särav, S.; Dutt, P. (2016). Commentaries on Article 35 TFEU on Prohibition of Quantitative Restrictions on Exports. In: Herzog, P.; Campbell, C.; Zagel, G. (Ed.). Smit & Herzog on The Law of the European Union (35-1−35-9). LexisNexis.