New AtlanticistMar 9, 2023
Three things to watch when Ursula von der Leyen visits the White House
By Jörn Fleck, James Batchik, Nicole Lawler
Expect coordination on supporting Ukraine and weakening Russia, addressing China—and, possibly, an attempt to move past the rift sparked by the Inflation Reduction Act.
New AtlanticistJan 20, 2022
Can the US and EU rein in Big Tech with diverging approaches?
By Morten Skroejer and Nicole Lawler
As the US and EU seek to address difficult questions swirling around some of the world’s biggest companies, 2022 will be a busy year for antitrust regulation.
Nicole Lawler is a program assistant in the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center where she provides support for the Center’s transatlantic digital and tech portfolio. Before her current role, she worked at the Europe Center as a young global professional for the Fall 2021 term.
Prior to joining the Council, she was a trainee in the Trade and Agriculture section at the Delegation of the European Union to the United States. In 2020, she obtained a master’s degree in European and international public policy, specializing in democracy and governance in Europe, from the London School of Economics (LSE). In 2019, she graduated from Smith College with a BA in government with a concentration in international relations. She also interned at the DC Executive Office of the Mayor in 2017 and was a general course student in the Government Department at LSE.