Participants will benefit from the support and involvement of tutors who will assist and advise them throughout the whole learning period.
For the 2014/2015 LL.M edition the tutors are:
Ms. Francesca Faienza, civil and commercial mediator, University of Florence. Former student LL.M. Contracts and Dispute Resolution 2010-2011 and since 2012 tutor Distance Learning phase and Face to Face phase (2013-14 edition). Her research interests are in Online Dispute Resolution (ODR); september 2014: “Danno al consumatore elettronico ed Online Dispute Resolution (ODR)” in I danni risarcibili ai consumatori nella giurisprudenza, edited by P. Cendon and C. Poncibò and published in Trattati by Giuffrè, Milano (ISBN 978-88-14-18703-2).
Ms. Annalisa Aschieri is a Trainee Lawyer and a Ph.d Candidate registered at Maastricht University in the doctoral course in Comparative, European and International Law and at the University of Turin in the doctoral course in Law, Person and Market, Ph.D. School in Scienze Umane e Sociali, cycle nr. XXIX. Her joint Ph.d. program focuses on EU Public Procurement law as affected by the on-going legal, cultural and economic processes of today’s’ global society. Specifically, her joint doctoral research thesis is on ‘Public-Private Partnerships and Sustainable Development in the European Union’.
Annalisa was a Law School Graduate of the University of Turin, 110/110 magna cum laude, with a Master thesis in Private Comparative Law entirely drafted in English on ‘Registration of Security Interests: National Legal Regimes and Perspectives of European Harmonization’. The Master thesis was awarded, by the Department of Law of the University of Turin, as worth publishing. She trained as a lawyer carrying out judicial and extrajudicial activities in the areas of corporate, private, contract, banking and insolvency law. She is registered within the Special Register of Trainee Lawyers of the Bar of Turin since 2013, she is an AGAT member since 2012 and a MSOI member since 2010.
She studied at the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University and at the Georgetown University Law School Program – CTLS in London, a shared academic enterprise of premier Law Schools around the world, gaining expertise in Transnational Corporate Governance, Legal Transnationalism in Theory and Practice, Comparative Civil Procedure & Dispute Resolution, European Contract Law, States, Markets and European Integration.
Annalisa has published scientific contributions in edited books and peer-reviewed European and Italian Law journals. Her research interests are in comparative law, international commercial contracts and public procurement.