New York, September 18, 1996
She graduated in Law at the LUISS “Guido Carli” University of Rome in 2021, defending a thesis in European Criminal Law entitled “Cybersecurity in the current framework of the EU and Italian criminal justice systems. A focus on digital identity theft” (Supervisor: Prof. M. Bellacosa).
Her formal education includes the diploma obtained in 2019 at the Fordham University, School of Law in New York (USA), for the attendance to the 13th international Course “Introduction to the U.S. Legal System and Constitutional Law“. In 2020 she also participated in the “International Webinar Series on Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Justice”, organized by LUISS School of Law in cooperation with Goethe University Frankfurt am Main.
Her academic and professional interests have focused particularly on the study of international and European law, digital identity, cybersecurity and cybercrimes. She has contributed to the European Parliament’s project for the development of an international EU legislation on digital identity and signature and their implementation at national level.
She is author of a monograph entitled “Cybersecurity in the current framework of the EU and Italian criminal justice systems” published by the NP Company in New York.
She is enrolled as a trainee lawyer at the Bar Association of Rome
She joined Studio Legale Bongiorno in 2021.
Languages: English, Spanish, French