Doctor of Law, Irene Bouhadana is a tenured associate professor at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne) where she is the director of the Master’s degree in Digital Law (Data Law, EGov and Open Gov). She is the cofounder and Secretary-General of IMODEV. As a member of the Chair of the Americas of the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, she chairs the Sorbonne International Research Group on “Human Rights and Economic Systems in the Digital Era”. She is the director of the International Journal of Open Government, and of the International Journal of Digital and Data Law. Her research focuses on open government and parliament issues (open parliaments, government transparency, citizen participation, government accountability), digital law issues (right to privacy, cybercrime, fundamental rights in the digital society), eGovernement, smart cities, and Parliament Issues.