Iversen is currently on leave from her position as an Associate Professor in Law at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences to do research on central bank's role in times of crisis (postdoctoral reseracher in a joint project between the Department of Private Law, University of Oslo and Inland Norway University of Applied Science).
Iversen holds a PhD (2020) and a Master of Law (2015) from the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo. She has also studied banking and finance law at ESADE Law School/ Universitat Ramon Llull in Barcelona (2013) and been a Visiting Scholar at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge (2017). Formerly, she has worked as an associate lawyer at the law firm Schjødt, and a Secretary to the Complaints Board for Auditor- and Accountant Cases.
Iversen publishes regularly research on sovereign debt and central bank law.