How can you make this world a better place to live? Someday -maybe at 13 or 14- she remembers that she heard or maybe read a sentence: We all have the responsibility to make this world a better place to live. During her time in school, making an impact on a little community like her school offered her a lot of happiness. So, she was one hundred percent sure that she must create her road map in this order: To make at least her immediate environment a better place to live. Amineh concluded that the humanities are the most effective means to carry out this duty.
When she turned 17, she decided whether to pursue a bachelor's degree in legal studies or literature. Amineh finally decided on law because she firmly believed that she could make her unique effect on society by law.
She attempted many different things while in college. Participating in associations and independently studying various majors are examples of her activities in college. One explanation underlies all of those encounters. She was thinking about how she needed to do her part to improve her community.
Finding a suitable response took close to three years. But in the end, one of those experiments aided her. The experience was participating in the Price Media Law Moot Court, hosted by Oxford University. The moot court experience caused her to consider the legal implications of technology in daily life, such as the personal data everyone shares on social media. That was a significant turning point for Amineh.
After that, she was captivated by the dream of being able to address legal issues raised by the use of technology in daily life or even develop novel legal theories in this area. Now, Amineh genuinely believes that this is her duty and the best way for her to make a difference. She then began to learn more in this area and broaden her knowledge. And now, she is moving in this order as she takes her very first steps.
Walking these steps, Amineh is a research intern in the OPlaw Lab. of the Phanous Research And Innovation Centre, as a member of the research board in online platforms law and regulation.