Constanta Rosca (C.)
Currently I am a PhD researcher in Digital Legal Studies. My research lies at the intersection of internet governance and consumer protection and particularly targets digital enforcement and consumer forensics. I combine doctrinal and computational methods (e.g. Natural Language Processing and web measurement techniques) in my research. I also have extensive teaching experience, having taught, amongst others, the following courses:
- Legal Analytics
- International and European Law
- Comparative Contract Law
I also co-coordinate the Python Club. The Python Club is an initiative to support the development of programming and data analysis skills amongst researchers at the UM Faculty of Law.
I hold a LL.B. in European Law (cum laude, 2017) and a LL.M. in European Law (cum laude, 2018) from Maastricht University. During my studies at Maastricht University, I participated in the research excellence programme MaRBLE, lead the team in charge of the Ambassador Lectures project and was a teaching fellow at the UM Faculty of Law. My bachelor thesis titled ‘Having Your Keck and Eating It: Using Social Network Analysis and Citation Summarisation to Determine Whether the CJEU Has Abandoned the Certain Selling Arrangements Doctrine’ was awarded the 2017 Student Prize for Best Thesis in European Law School by Stichting Wetenschapsbeoefening UM.