Karmen Turk (mag iur) is a litigation attorney and partner at pan-baltic Triniti Law Firm with an expertise in artificial intelligence regulations, human rights, intellectual property and media law in Estonia and beyond (e.g. she has represented clients in European Court of Human Rights as well European Court of Justice).
Karmen is a visiting lecturer in IT Law at the University of Tartu for subjects of IP as well as human rights in information society. She is also doing her PhD and researching issues regarding Internet governance and civil liability of different actors on the internet.
She is an expert in the Council of Europe for several sub-committees (e.g. Co-Chair and expert for Intermediary Liability Committee attached to the Council of Europe). Within the framework of UN Internet Governance Forum, she is co-ordinating the Dynamic Coalition of Freedom of Expression and Media on the Internet.
As an expert, she in involved in European Commission and Council of Europe joint projects in strengthening information society in countries such as Ukraine and Moldova, specifically in training judiciary – for example she was a trainer for human rights and media law for joint program of European Union and Council of Europe in Ukraine for developlent of human rights law course for the National Academy of Judges (with prof. J. Kulezsa and A. Pazniuk).
In one sentence, she is passionate about all things connected to freedoms online and internet governance.