Emanuele Fazio graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Trento (IT) in March 2020, discussing a thesis in EU Administrative Law on the holistic approach to examining competing regulatory paradigms in the data-driven economy.
During his undergraduate studies he spent six months at the Faculty of European Law of the University of Maastricht (NL) and three months as a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition (DE).
Since graduating, he has published articles in highly recognized Italian scientific journals and conducted seminars at Italian universities. Furthermore, he was a trainee at CONSOB for six months, where he engaged in research on the application of artificial intelligence to portfolio management.
From March 2020 to November 2020, he gained professional experience working for an Italian law firm. Thereafter, he was a legal trainee at the State District Attorney’s Office, the Avvocatura Distrettuale dello Stato, where he had the opportunity to publish for the State District Attorney’s Office’s official journal.
His main research interests include EU Administrative Law, International and Comparative Private Law, Law & Technology and the interconnections between Competition Law, Data Protection Law and Consumer Protection Law.
Rocco is a qualified Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, having completed his LLB (Hons) at the University of Greenwich and his LLM at BPP Law School both in London, UK. He is a member of the Law Society of England and Wales.
Rocco is now a PhD in Law Student at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) within the EU-Funded PERSEO Project (PErsonalized Robotics as SErvice Oriented applications).
His research focus is on regulating social robots, with particular interest in the key role played by anthropomorphism in Human-Robot Interaction (HRI).
Kamilla graduated summa cum laude in Law from University of Pécs (Hungary) in 2019. Parallelly to her legal studies, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Italian and Portuguese Language and Literature and a postgraduate degree in Translation. As an Erasmus student, she pursued legal studies both in English and Portuguese at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, in Portugal. She gained professional experience first as Country of Origin Information specialist at the Hungarian Immigration and Asylum Office, then as trainee lawyer at a prestigious law firm with a wide Italian- and English-speaking clientele. In 2019, Kamilla was awarded with Pro Scientia Gold Medal by the National Council of Scientific Students’ Associations in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Her PhD research focuses on the evidentiary relevance of non-legal sources in administrative and judicial proceedings related to international protection. Her mother tongue is Hungarian, and she speaks Italian, English and Portuguese fluently.
Matteo graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Salento in October 2019, discussing a thesis in Constitutional Law on the constitutional protection of the environment in the Italian legal order. Furthermore, he earned an advanced diploma summa cum laude from the School of advanced studies “ISUFI” (University of Salento) in June 2020.
During his undergraduate career he took part in the Erasmus exchange program by attending a semester at the University of Lorraine in Metz (Fr).
After graduation, he collaborated, as a Professor's assistant, at the chair of Constitutional Law of the University of Salento and he is cultore della materia in Constitutional Law.
In January 2021 he was selected to attend the Seminar of parliamentary studies “S. Tosi” and he was parliamentary assistant at Senato from June to September 2021.
His PhD project aims at deepening the constitutional dimension of the environment and investigating the constitutional foundation of the "non-regression" principle.
Obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Jurisprudence (International legal activity) from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy in Tashkent in June, 2018. During her Bachelor Degree she did volunteer work in the Legal Clinic under UWED where she made a contribution to the protection of the rights of people from low-income families with free legal support and assistance.
Being an active student, she was chosen for the advanced training in the program of "International journalism, cultural diplomacy, and public relations" at Moscow State International Relations University, where she advanced her diplomatic, analytical, and research skills.
After graduation, she worked as a legal associate professional till September, 2019 at “Absolvo Bona Fides” law firm, where she conducted a comparative analysis of Civil Codes of the five post- USSR countries (Uzbekistan, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan) for the proposal for amendments of the Civil Code of Uzbekistan.
From 2019 to 2021 she was enrolled in Erasmus Mundus Master Degree Program “Euroculture - European politics in a global context”.
As a PhD Student in Law her research will focus on the international human rights standards and emergency responses during
Federica graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Pisa in May 2021, discussing a thesis in Criminal Law focused on the criminal protection of personal data and the criminal liability of providers.
During her undergraduate career she was honors student at the Sant'Anna School in Pisa and the Law students’ representative during the years 2018-2019. She did a five-months internship experience at the Chamber of Deputies, carrying out research activities in the field of law and international relations and assisting in legislative drafting activities.
Her research interests include corporate criminal liability, organized crime and liability for environmental damage. Her PhD. proposal deals with the changes to corporate criminal liability in the transnational order, focusing on the “case study” of transnational environmental crimes.
Roberto D’Andrea, graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Padova in december 2020, discussing a thesis on euthanasia and self-determination in the Italian legal system.
He also attended the Galileian School of Advanced Studies (SGSS).
After graduation, he started a three-month internship in the law firm BonelliErede, and, at the end of this period, he was a trainee in the Venetian Court of Appeal.
He published two works in Class A Journals (Archivio penale and La legislazione penale).
His PhD project aims at deepening the principle of disposability of the right to life in the Italian criminal law system.