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Hulda Árnadóttir joined LEX in 2006 after completing her post graduate studies at Bristol University. Hulda completed her law degree in 2001 at the University of Iceland, faculty of law, and worked for the Wasteland Commission until she pursued her studies at the University of Bristol.
In her work at LEX Hulda’s main focus has been on competition and intellectual property law. Hulda also specialises in property, natural resources, media and European law in addition to constitutional and human rights law. Hulda is an experienced litigator and has tried many cases before the Competition Authority, the Icelandic Patent Office and the Consumer Agency. Hulda also has considerable experience in litigation before the EFTA Court and the European Court of Human Rights.
Hulda is a lecturer in the field of Property Law at the University of Iceland, faculty of law, and an external examiner at Reykjavik University in the field of competition law. Furthermore Hulda is a lecturer in competition law at Bifröst University. Hulda is a popular speaker at seminars and events on topics such as competition and intellectual property law. Hulda has carried out several commissions of trust such as the Wasteland Commission, The Senior Civil Servants Salary Board, the Media Committee and Iceland Property Valuation Appeals Committee.
Hulda is married to Atli Björn Þorbjörnsson and together they have three children. Her interests include travelling to distant locations and outdoor activities of all kinds.