Degree in Law and Political Science from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE) (2006)
Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM)
Course in Entertainment Law from the IE Business School, Madrid (2009)
Course on the regulation of online advertising of advertising. (AUTOCONTROL, an independent advertising self-regulatory organisation in Spain) (2011)
Preparatory course for Data Protection Officer certification from the Spanish Association of Privacy Professionals (Asociación Profesional Española de Privacidad, APEP) (2017)
Nike European Operations Netherlands B.V.
Secondment at Nike’s European headquarters in Hilversum, Holland. Legal affairs department (2015-2016)
Responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements. Legal advice on data protection, advertising, e-commerce and online promotions and sweepstakes
Discovery Communications Spain & Portugal, S.L.U.
Secondment in the Legal Affairs Department, Madrid office (2011-2012)
Legal advice related to the launch and operation of the new TV channel Discovery Max
Barbara is specialised in all aspects pertaining to electronic commerce, data protection, copyright, advertising and new technologies, as well as intellectual and industrial property including advice pertaining to agreements for trademark licensing, distribution and franchising
Barbara is a frequent lecturer who imparts courses on data protection, e-commerce and advertising aimed at clients’ legal affairs and marketing departments
Membership of Professional Bodies and Associations
Madrid Bar Association (ICAM)
Member of the Spanish Association of Privacy Professionals (APEP)
Member of the Association for Entertainment Law (DENAE)
Barbara has authored numerous articles on data protection issues for specialised journals and publications, such as Dataguidance. She is the co-author of the work, “The Franchise Law Review” (chapter of Spain) published by Law Business Research in February 2014 and updated in 2015
La nueva guía de cookies presentada por la AEPD orienta sobre cómo cumplir las obligaciones previstas en el apartado segundo del artículo 22 de lala LSSI en relación con el RGPD y LOPDGDD.
On 6 May 2019, the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) published a non-exhaustive list of data processing operations that are subject to the requirement of a data protection impact assessment in compliance with Article 35(4) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), hich provides that competent supervisory authorities shall establish and make public such a list.