I thoroughly enjoyed my time as a participant with the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy at Jesus College and experienced many highlights. Three, in particular, come to mind. First, the seminars themselves. For two weeks, I benefited from being in attendance to world-class experts on law and AI, media freedom and media in the global south among many other topics. Each day carried new speakers, who were experts in their fields. Given the diversity of the participants, it was exciting to listen to lectures that focused on freedom of the press in the Ukraine, media in the Global South and media law and policy in the European Union among many other topics. A second highlight was in the opportunity to present my work. I made two presentations during the seminars. The first was focused on the GDPR in the European Union and the second concerned the Network Enforcement Act in Germany. I think it helped the strength of my presentations to listen to my colleagues discuss cutting-edge research and their work in activism, media policy and compliance. A third highlight of the program was in taking advantage of all that Oxford offered. While we worked hard during the days, the evenings were usually reserved for exploration. I took advantage of various evening activities, including plays and concerts. For example, I went to a concert with a classmate at Jesus College, watched King Lear with the cohort and attended a evening song at Christ Church Cathedral – magical experiences for anyone.