Mahsa is naturally inquisitive, with an incredible ability to ask thoughtful and contentious questions. In high school, she was eager for challenging topics. Human rights had such a fascination to catch her those days. That was how she understood the field of law suits her. She saw the law as a way of bringing order to chaos and providing justice in more aspects of human life.
A few years later, before finishing L.L.B., her curious spirit was looking for intact subjects which were not well known. When most of her classmates chose classic law-related subjects for their papers, she decided to work on the civil liability of artificial intelligence as an innovative field of study. Writing an essay about Artificial Intelligence Civil Liability and the damages caused by them lit up her professional path. It led her to search for solutions to overcome unsolved problems in new technology legislation. Indeed, Legal deficiencies made her want to be part of the solution, and she took steps toward it.
After discovering her new interest, she chose intellectual property law, the most relevant field to the technologies in Iran, as her master’s grade. Now she is an Intellectual property law student at Shahid Beheshti University, and Since then, she has immersed herself in the world of technology and law. Her thesis is on The Metaverse and its legal challenges, which can implicate people in the future, and she wants to know how to prevent these problems before they arise.
Now, she is also a member of OPlaw Lab of the Phanous research and innovation centre as a research assistant working on Online Platforms Law, as a consistent field to her interests.