I hold a law degree by coursework and research (major in international law) from University ‘Suor Orsola Benincasa’ of Naples (Italy) and I have earned a PhD at the University of Otago (New Zealand) with a dissertation on the global governance of cross-border socio-economic relations and its repercussions on the international regulation of trade and labour markets.
Evolving from my background as a commercial legal practitioner in Italy, I soon moved into the international trade and logistics sectors, covering various roles in compliance and operations, and traveling extensively across Europe, North America and Asia.
I have been based in Melbourne, Australia since 2009, where I have been teaching international law and business studies at various institutions. I am currently teaching international trade law in the Bachelor of International Business at Monash University’s Business School.
In 2016 I have published a book, Migrant Labour Law: Unfolding Justice at Work for Migrants. Also, I am the co-author of an international trade law textbook published by The Federation Press in 2018.
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