Iina Tornberg possesses a strong passion for private international law, dispute resolution, and contract law. She has earned the right to present her doctoral thesis in a public defence. Her thesis delves into the application of an EU competition law provision, Article 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, as a mandatory rule within the context of arbitration at the Chinese International Economic and Trade Arbitration Center (CIETAC) in China.
Her professional journey has encompassed both the legal system and academia. Prior to joining the Lindblad & Co, Tornberg served as an assistant judge at the Helsinki Court of Appeal. She undertook a bench training program at the Helsinki District Court and previously worked as a doctoral student and a teacher at the University of Helsinki. Tornberg has also undertaken lawyer trainee roles at Waselius & Wist, a Finnish business law firm, and White & Case, an international law firm in Helsinki. Additionally, she completed a traineeship at the Finnish Competition Authority (the FCCA).
Her diverse work experiences have honed her expertise in various areas of law. Beyond her primary areas of focus, she exhibits a deep interest in family law, with a particular emphasis on child rights, as well as criminal law, environmental (criminal) law, and mediation. Tornberg is a licensed trial counsel.
Please see Tornberg’s open access publications:
Edited book, International Actors and the Formation of Laws.
Country Report Finland, Rome II Regulation.
The Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences’ brief articles.