Corinne graduated Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2009 and proceeded to obtain a Masters degree in Computer and Communications Law from Queen Mary, University of London in 2010.
Corinne has been working with the Malta Gaming Authority, previously the Lotteries and Gaming Authority, since 2011. She is a key person in offering legal support and advice to the Authority and is involved in the regulation of the gaming industry on a day-to-day basis. Since 2014, Corinne has been heading EU and International Affairs within the Authority, closely following every development in European and international fora concerning gaming. Her involvement in these matters has been instrumental in developing her expertise in various horizontal aspects of gaming regulation such as anti-money laundering, match-fixing, consumer protection, data protection, VAT and technical standards.