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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Katri Nousiainen is a lawyer and professional in legal education.

PhD Candidate in Commercial Law; European Master in Law and Economics (EMLE) LL.M; Master Universitario di primo livello; Master d’Analyse Economique du Droit et des Institutions; BA in Law

Nousiainen gives expert legal lectures on various practice areas of Commercial Law, Legal Design and Law & Technology. She is an invited keynote speaker at conferences and seminars across Europe, LATAM, and the USA. Currently she is conducting her pioneering research on “Legal Design and Ethics in Commercial Contracts in Law and Economics Framework” at the University of Cambridge, Land Economy (the UK) and at the Harvard Law School, in the Center for Legal Profession (the US). 


University of Cambridge, especially the department of Land Economy, has a widely recognized reputation for being a high-class -intensive learning environment, where researchers and teachers are undoubtedly at the forefront of their prospective research and educational fields. Learning from these scholars can bring a valuable know-how to one's career path and to one's research work. University of Cambridge is the leading research university in the UK working at the intersection of law, human-centred design, and technology.