Sarah Zadeh is an attorney in the Technology group and the Benelux Data Protection Team, and specialises in IT, privacy and data protection law. Sarah advises and assists national and international clients on privacy governance; IT agreements and disputes; cybersecurity; privacy, supervision and regulation in the healthcare sector; and the legal aspects of emerging technologies, such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
Sarah is frequently invited as a guest speaker at seminars and conferences, including the Next Web International Tech Conference, Nyenrode Business University, and De Balie. She also regularly publishes articles and blogs.
Sarah studied at Leiden University (Philosophy of Law), the University of Amsterdam (Health Law) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (Cyberlaw). In 2020 she completed the Oxford Artificial Intelligence Programme at the University of Oxford.
Sarah is registered with the Amsterdam Bar Association and is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the Dutch Privacy Law Association (VPR), the Young Privacy Lawyers Netherlands (JPAN) and the Dutch Association for Information Technology and Law (NVvIR).