Claire Leonelli has specialised experience in intellectual property, information technology and media law and is a recognised litigator. She started her career as a lawyer in 2005 and is a former partner and head of the IP, IT and media department of a reputed midsized Luxembourg firm. As a lecturer at the University of Luxembourg in IP and IT, and a regular speaker, she has been involved in a wide range of successful IP projects and structurings, and complex court cases, in both IP (trademarks, film and video) and IT matters (software infringement, IT contracts, judicial investigations). She has extensive knowledge of drafting IP and IT agreements, and is known for her comprehensive and creative approach. She graduated from Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University in literary, artistic and intellectual property law (Master 2) and from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in European law (Master 2). She is a member of the Commission droit de l’immatériel of the Luxembourg Bar.