Kätliin Kelder is a doctoral candidate in the Institute of Constitutional, Administrative Law and Legal Theory at Utrecht University. Her research focuses on the transparency requirements of administrative algorithmic decision-making with specific focus on decision-subject rights. 

Kätliin’s doctoral studies are part of the interdisciplinary OCW-funded Gravitation Program ’Public Values in the Algorithmic Society’ (AlgoSoc).

Kätliin has obtained a BA and MA in Law from the University of Tartu with a focus on constitutional and administrative law. During her studies, she has completed an internship at the administrative chamber of the Supreme Court of Estonia. She has further work experience from both the private sector and the public sector.