Areas of expertise
Professor Tuomas Mylly is Chair of Commercial Law
at the Faculty of Law, University of Turku. He is also an Adjunct Professor of European
Law at the University of Turku. In addition to his academic career and studies
in Finland and abroad, he has functioned as lawyer and legal counsel at a law firm and a major mobile
communications corporation in Finland.
Professor Mylly was previously in charge of a Master's Degree Program in Law and Information Society. Now he is in charge of the Basic Course on Commercial Law, Specialization course on Intellectual Property and other Regulation of Information, as well as Advanced Studies in Platform Economy and the EU's Digital Single Market. He has also occasional teaching duties in foreign universities.
Prof. Mylly's research focuses on global and
European intellectual property law, competition law of the digital society, as
well as European constitutional law related to the regulation of information.
He has led numerous research projects that have covered, e.g., innovation law,
reconciliation of value conflicts in European private law and constitutional law
of intellectual property. His most recent projects have focused on constitutional
issues related to European and global intellectual property law. Prof. Mylly’s
research has been published in such journals as Common Market Law
Review, The Modern Law Review and Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, as well as in
several edited volumes published e.g. by Hart
Publishing, Edward Elgar and Springer.