Yanica Sant, General Counsel at the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) took to social media to celebrate her seven-year anniversary at the company.
On the day of her anniversary, Ms Sant happened to be attending a conference hosted by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) and the International Masters of Gaming Law in Boston, USA.
The MGA General Counsel started her journey at the company back in 2014 as a Legal Department Intern.
Over the next seven years, she was promoted to Legal Advisor, Senior Legal Counsel and Data Protection Officer, Head of EU Affairs and Policy, and as of last February, General Counsel.
Prior to her journey at the MGA, Ms Sant also had a short stint as a Legal Trainee at SAGA Juris Advocates.
The MGA General Counsel graduated with a Doctor of Laws Degree from the University of Malta back in 2016. Three years later, she graduated with a Masters of Law in Computer and Communications Law from the Queen Mary University of London.
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