Alberto graduated summa cum laude from the University of Bologna (2016), and was then a visiting student at the University of Aberdeen, under the supervision of Prof. Tamas Gyofri. In 2017 he he was admitted to the postgraduate course in Public Law, “Seminario di Studi Parlamentari Silvano Tosi”.
His research deals with secondary legal sources and the substantial features of normative power.



Krystyna earned first master degree in law Ukraine, and another one in University of Amsterdam (EU law specialization.) Has more than 6 years of experience in corporate legal field (trust sector, banking)
Krystyna has been teaching law related subjects in Hogeschool Utrecht 2015-2017.
research interests: Eu law, anti-discrimination law, labour law, law of free movement of persons.
Her PhD project is about age discrimination in the European Union.



Chiara graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Trento (2015), with a thesis on sentencing within the international criminal justice under the supervision of Professor Gabriele Fornasari. She spent a year within the Erasmus program at the Université Nancy II (France), and a period of thesis research at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
She was then appointed Assistant Legal Officer of the Detention Section at the ICC in The Hague, after completing a six months internship in the same section.
Her Ph.D research deals with the penal system of the ICC and its restorative justice model.



Imad Ibrahim is a PhD Candidate at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy. Before the PhD, Imad has worked for 3 years as a Research Associate at the think tank Global Law Initiative for Sustainable Development (gLAWcal). He was also an EU commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University and at Beijing Normal University (Beijing, China) and Energy policy expert at the Lebanese Oil & Gas Initiative – LOGI, Lebanon. Imad holds a Master in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe and an LLB with a specialization in European, French and Lebanese Law from the Lebanese University, Beirut.



Barbara graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Pisa in September 2017. Before the completion of her undergraduate studies, in 2016 she interned at the Ministry of Justice in Rome (Legislative Office), and won a scholarship of the University of Pisa on the connections between substantive criminal law and process.
In 2015 she was at Salzburg Law School for a Summer School in International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. In the same year, She was a visiting student at École Normale Supérieure of Paris, working on legal profiles of rétention administrative and its compatibility with french constitutional order.
Her research interests involve general theory of crime and responsibility, with particular regard to criminal attempts and moods of participation (including external complicity in Mafia-type associations), the agent provocateur in under-cover operations, with regard to national and transnational organized crimes, including drug trafficking, smuggling of migrants and terrorism. In her Ph.d. proposal, she analyzes the current meaning of the principle of legality, through its qualitative requirements, notably those of accessibility and foreseeability.