Marko Jurić graduated from the Faculty of Law for the University of Zagreb in 2007. He received his doctoral degree from the Faculty of Law in 2013. Marko’s doctoral dissertation centered on the Impact of information and communication technologies on the exercise of trademark rights. He became the Chair of the Information Technology Law and Informatics for the Faculty of Law as a teaching and research assistant in 2007. Promoted to senior teaching and research assistant in 2013, and in 2016 he became an assistant professor at the law school. Marko is an arbitrator for dispute resolution procedures regarding the .hr national top-level domain. He is a member of the management board of the Croatian Copyright Society and the President of the Council of Experts for Remunerations in the Field of Copyright and Related Rights. Marko currently serves as a vice-dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb.
Claire is a Data Protection Officer working with the Education Data Hub in Derbyshire, UK. The Education Data Hub’s vision is to enable schools to be compliant, secure and effective through good data management enabled by technology. Claire is part of team of DPOs offering Data Protection Officer Services to approximately 200 publicly maintained (government funded) schools in Derbyshire. As well as carrying out compliance audits, dealing with data breaches, Subject Access Requests and liaising with data subjects and the Information Commissioners Office, Claire specializes in carrying out Data Protection Impact Assessments for Schools, including conducting due diligence into third party providers where data is shared. Claire originally qualified as a solicitor, working for a large corporate law firm in Sheffield, UK, specializing in Environmental Law, before roles in project management and as a School Business Officer in a tiny Derbyshire school. Claire also has experience in safeguarding and working with children in voluntary roles in Girlguiding UK, Cruse Bereavement Care and her local rugby club. Claire is a member of the Education Data Protection Matters Working Group- a group of DPOs, Edutech providers and privacy professionals who liaise with the Department of Education in the UK and contribute resources for the benefit of schools. Claire has three school age children and her passion for privacy comes from her work as well from her perspective as a parent of children who live in a new digital age.