Section : Rédaction italienne
Luigia is graduated from the “Università degli Studi Roma3” in International and European Law matters. She started to work as lawyer apprentice in a civil law cabinet and now she is an intern within the Chief Executive Board in the United Nations Office in Geneva working in a project concerning the right to work. She has studied for eight months at the “Université de Droit Montpellier 1” in Montpellier, as an Erasmus student and she had a diplomatic experience having been working for three months as an intern in the Italian Embassy of Sweden. She carried on her studies deepening international matters and attending several international projects as the “National Model United Nations” in New York City and the “Transnational Intellectual Property Program” organized in Strasbourg by the “Centre for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property (CASRIP)” of the University of Washington and by the “Centre d’Etudes Internationales de la Propriété Intellectuelle (CEIPI)” of the University of Strasbourg. She wrote her triennial and her final thesis titled “Conflict between antiterrorism rules and fundamental human rights” and “Freedom of press and freedom of expression in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights”. Luigia’s motherlanguage is Italian, she speaks fluently English and French, and she understands Spanish. Her focuses are: the issues of democratisation within the EU and especially the role of human rights in this democratisation process. She is also interested in matters as right to work, immigration, intellectual property law. Moreover, she is interested, in parallel with her juridical career, in the journalism world.
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