Participants will benefit from the support and involvement of tutors who will assist and advise them throughout the whole learning period.
For the 2018/19 edition the tutors are:
Ms. Francesca Faienza, civil and commercial mediator, University of Florence. Former student of the Master of Laws in International Trade Law edition 2010-2011 and since 2012 tutor Distance Learning phase and Face to Face phase. 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).
Zeleke Temesgen Boru is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Turin in Italy. Currently, he is also serving as a Tutor in the Legal Module of the Master program in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development at the International Training Center of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO).
Prior to joining the Ph.D. program, Zeleke has received his LLB Degree (gold medalist and top scorer) in Law from Mekelle University in Ethiopia in 2011. He has also received his MA in Economic Policy in Global Market from the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary in 2014. Furthermore, Zeleke has received his LLM in Comparative Law, Economics, and Finance from the International University College of Turin in 2015. He completed his LLM with an average of ‘A’ plus grade. Moreover, he has also received his Postgraduate Certificate in Public Service Diplomacy from the National University of Public Service in Hungary. He completed the Diplomacy program with a straight ‘A’ result.
From mid-2011 to 2012, Zeleke served at different positions in public and non-governmental institutions. For instance, he worked as an Assistant Attorney for Awash Insurance Company in Ethiopia. Aside from this, he worked as a Federal Public Prosecutor for the Ethiopian government. He was also an intern at the African Youth Foundation (AYF) in Bonn, Germany.
Carlo de Stefano is Lecturer and Post-Doc Researcher in international law at Roma Tre University. Carlo has earned in 2016 a Ph.D in International Law and Economics at the Bocconi University of Milan publicly defending a doctoral dissertation on “Attribution Issues in International Law and Arbitration”. He has been Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Catholic University of Milan (2017), Post-doctoral Visiting Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law of Heidelberg (2017), Visiting Scholar at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law (2015), Junior Visiting Fellow at the Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies (IHEID) of Geneva (2015), and Visiting Researcher at Yale Law School (2014). He regularly publishes on international and Italian peer reviewed journals. Carlo is also member of the editorial committee of the journal “Diritto del Commercio Internazionale - The Law of International Trade” and serves as reviewer of various international peer reviewed journals. Carlo has been admitted to the Milan Bar Association in 2014. He is involved in the international arbitration practice (investor-state arbitration and international commercial arbitration) as counsel as well as administrative secretary of arbitral tribunals.