Siri-Helen Egeland is an assistant professor at the Institute for law at the School of Business and Law, University of Agder. She holds a master's degree in law from the University of Bergen.
Egeland`s work background is mainly as a lawyer in the private sector. Here, she has worked widely with business law, with the main emphasis on the fields of contract law, public procurement, real estate and dispute resolution. She also has experience as a senior legal adviser in a consultancy firm, where she assisted consultant engineers with procurement processes on behalf of clients, as well as project management and construction law.
Egeland has always been interested in intellectual property law and copyright law in particular, and is currently working on a PhD project focusing on copyright, visual art and technology.
2022 - (ongoing): PhD-project: «Issues on Copyright and Moral Rights in the intersections between visual art, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality. A comparison between the current legal regulations in the EU, the UK, and the USA.”
2020: Pre-project on development of a business model for safeguarding intellectual property rights through digital curation. Project owner: Sørlandets Kunstmuseum (SKMU). Financed by RFF Agder.
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