Nina is a UK qualified lawyer with LLB degree from King’s College London and LLM degree from BPP University that was financed by a top London based law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills. Nina has a 10 year plus experience of working for leading
private as well as public sector organizations in Georgia and London. In particular, Nina has experience of working in leading law firms such as Herbert Smith Freehills and Stephenson Harwood in London as well in Partnership Fund, Georgia. Throughout her career as a lawyer, Nina has been involved in high profile corporate transactions for international clients that includes Société Generale, BNP Paribas, Shell Global, Carrizo Oil & Gas and ENRC. Nina has advised clients across various industries including Oil & Gas, Real Estate & Infrastructure, Hospitality, Finance and Technology. In addition to her legal background, Nina has is a successful project manager and an international relations expert. She has experience of managing local and international projects successfully, namely in her role at the Communications Commission of Georgia. In addition, Nina is a PHD candidate and a researcher of social media law. She has recently acquired a research scholarship from DAAD and in this regard she was a visiting researcher at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet und Society in Berlin, Germany. Nina is a lecturer of law at Tbilisi State University and author of a number of scientific publications on social media law. Nina is fluent in English, Georgian and Russian.
Shengelia, N. (2020). Constitutionalizing Role of Terms of Service of Social Media Platforms and Proposed Social Media User Bills of Rights, International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science. Available at: https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/30122020/7292 (Accessed: 3 January 2021).
Shengelia, N. (2018). ‘Legal Normative Regulations of Social Media’, Abstracts, the Sixth International Conference for Bacherlor’s Master’s and PHD Students of Caucasus International University, p.151.
Shengelia, N. (2020). ‘Contemporary Challenges of Social Media and Digital Constitutionalism’, Media Lab, 3 August. Available at: https://medialab.ge/en/news/sotsialuri-mediis-tanamedrove-gamotsvevebi-da-tsipruli-konstitutsionaliz-1 (Accessed: 20 October 2020).