About me

Researcher | Lecturer | Legal Consultant

Hannah van Kolfschooten (1994) is a researcher and lecturer affiliated with the Law Centre for Health and Life (LCHL) at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She works on a PhD thesis on EU regulation of Artificial Intelligence in Health and the consequences for patients’ rights protection. She regularly publishes on this topic in peer-reviewed journals, professional journals and op-ed outlets. She teaches European and International Health Law in the Amsterdam Law School’s Health Law LL.M., teaches medical privacy and data protection law to legal professionals and frequently gives guest lectures on her research topic. In 2023, she is a visiting researcher in-residence at Harvard Law School. She currently works part-time as an independent legal consultant on AI policy and regulation for a non-profit organisation.

𓆉 Research Interests

  • Health Law (EU, international, Dutch)
  • Patients’ Rights
  • Artificial Intelligence Regulation
  • Technology Law
  • Fundamental Rights
  • European Union Law and Policy

𓆉 Education and Degrees

  • LL.M. Information Law (2019), University of Amsterdam, cum laude
  • LL.M. Health Law (2018), University of Amsterdam, cum laude
  • Global Exchange Program (2017), Stellenbosch University, South Africa
  • LL.B. Rechtsgeleerdheid (2017), University of Amsterdam
  • University Teaching Qualification/BKO (2021), LEARN! Academy Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

𓆉 Contact / Socials