León Lanis is a paralegal in the corporate area of Harris Gomez Group in Santiago de Chile. Fourth year law student specializing in Computer Law, with great interest in developing his career towards cybersecurity, data protection, and blockchain technologies. He is also the assistant to the professor in the Technology and Regulation Postgraduate Diploma in Universidad del Desarrollo and Universidad Andrés Bello.
León has advanced his focus in Computer Law with various specializations, for example, Computer Science in Harvard Law, Intellectual Property Law at the University of Pennsylvania, and is certified by IBM as a Cybersecurity Analyst. Currently, León is finishing his diploma in Blockchain Technology and Law.
He is an active member of the Iberoamerican Association of Computer Law (EDI), where he has published papers and has also participated as a speaker in webinars regarding Data Protection. He also co-founded a project for Grooming and Infant Trafficking Awareness known as “El Lobo en la Red” (The Wolf in the Net).
León speaks and writes fluent English, being certified in 2017 by the International Baccalaureate in Superior Level English and in 2019 participating in an exchange program in Cambridge, learning Legal English and the British Legal System. He also speaks and writes basic Russian, certified in 2020 by St. Petersburg University.