Satvinder Juss
King's College

"Academic content was really inspiring and rewarding. I have been teaching for over 15 years and this is just about the most interesting thing I have ever done in teaching. Students were great and colleagues were fantastic."

Spring 2017 Faculty


Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London


Somerset House East Wing
The Dickson Poon School of Law
King's College London
London WC2R 2LS

Brief Bio

Professor David Caron is presently serving as a Judge with the Iran - United States Claims Tribunal in the Hague and as Professor of International Law at King’s College London. 

Professor Caron joined as Dean of The Dickson Poon School of Law from the US, where he was the C. William Maxeiner Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley. He has been a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Rule of Law, member of the Executive Council of the American Bar Association Section on International law, member of the U.S. Department of State Advisory Committee on Public International Law, Co-Director of the Law of the Sea Institute, Co-Director of Berkeley’s Miller Institute on Global Challenges and the Law, and as a member of the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law.

Professor Caron attended the United States Coast Guard Academy graduating with High Honors with emphases in Physics and Political Science and as Commander of the Corp of Cadets in 1974. He served first in the Arctic as the Navigator and Salvage Diving Officer aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star, and second in San Francisco as the Assistant Chief of the Marine Environmental Protection for California. In 1979, Professor Caron was a Fulbright Scholar to the United Kingdom attending the University of Wales and receiving a Masters’ degree in Marine Law and Policy. Professor Caron studied law at the University of California at Berkeley graduating Order of the Coif, as Editor in Chief of Ecology Law Quarterly and as co-recipient of the Thelen Marrin Prize for outstanding student scholarship in 1983.

Following Berkeley, Professor Caron served as a legal assistant to Judges Richard M. Mosk and Charles N. Brower at the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. While there, Professor Caron began his associations with the Hague Academy of International Law becoming the 25th American to receive its Diploma and with the University of Leiden where he received his Doctorate in Law. He thereupon served as a Senior Research Fellow with the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public and International Law in Heidelberg and thereafter practiced with the San Francisco firm of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro before joining the law faculty at Berkeley in 1987.

Professor Caron’s scholarship addresses international law and organization, with the corpus of work focusing on public and private international dispute resolution, international courts and tribunals, the United Nations, the law of the sea, international environmental law, climate change and general theory of international law.

David Caron served as Chair of the Institute of Transnational Arbitration from 2005 to 2009 and is a Co-Editor in Chief of World Arbitration and Mediation Review. He has served as an arbitrator in international matters, including from 1996 to 2003 service as a Commissioner with the Precedent Panel (E2) of the U. N. Compensation Commission in Geneva resolving claims arising out of the 1990 Gulf War. He is a member of the Bars of the State of California and of England and Wales, and is a Barrister Member of Chambers at 20 Essex Street.

Professor Caron received the Deák prize of the American Society of International Law for outstanding scholarship by a younger scholar in 1991. In 2000, he received the Stefan A. Riesenfeld Award of the University of California for outstanding achievement and contribution to the field of international law. In 2006, he served as a member of the Faculty in the Public International Law Session of the Hague Academy of International Law. He served as the President of the American Society of International Law from 2010 to 2012.

Elena D'Alessandro

University of Torino


Department of Law
Campus Luigi Einaudi
Lungo Dora Siena 100
10153 Turin


Brief Bio

Elena D'Alessandro has been associate professor of European and Italian Civil Procedure at the University of Turin, Law Department since 2011, after obtaining a Ph. D. in Civil Procedure at the University "La Sapienza" Rome (2004), a fellowship of the Alexander VonHumboldt Foundation (2009) and a fellowship of the German DAAD (2011-2012, 2013).

She has been visiting professor at the University of Bielefeld (2010) and Heidelberg (2011, DAAD Heidelberg Program zur Förderung internationales Gastwissenschaftlerinnen und Gastwissenschaftler) and visiting scholar at Queen Mary Law School, Columbia Law School, McGill School of Law, Max Planck Institute for Private International Law and Comparative Law and Max Planck Institute for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law.

Moreover,she is currently coordinating a EU DG Justice Project(JUST/2014/JTRA/AG/EJTR/6771) named "European Civil Procedure for Lawyers: Promoting Training to Improve the Effectiveness of Transnational Justice"

Her main research interests concern Transnational Litigation, European Civil Procedure, Arbitration.


Associazione italiana tra gli studiosi del processo civile (2008-present)

Associazione Italiana Alexander con Humboldt (2012-present)

Wissenschaftliche Vereinigung für Internationales Verfahrensrecht (2011-present)

European Law Institute (2013-present)

Selected publications

A) Monographs:

- Il procedimento pregiudiziale interpretativo dinanzi alla Corte di giustizia, Giappichelli, Torino, 2012, p. 1-427 (The Reference for a Preliminary Ruling before the European Court of Justice)

- La connessione tra controversie transnazionali, Giappichelli, Torino, 2009, p. 1-336 (Related Actions in International Procedure Law)

- Il procedimento uniforme per le controversie di modesta entità. Regolamento comunitario dell'11 luglio 2007, n. 861, Giappichelli, Torino, 2008, P. 1-148 (European Small Claims Regulation No 861/2007)

- Il riconoscimento delle sentenze straniere, Giappichelli, Torino, 2007, p. 1-400 (Recognition of foreign Judgments in Italy)

B) Books (as co-Author):

- Article 39, 40, 41, 42 in Calvo Caravaca, Davi, Mansel (Edited by), Commentary of EU Regulation on the Law Applicable to Succession, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming (European Research Project "The Europeanization of Private International Law of Successions"JUST/2013/JCIV/AG/4000004710)

- Die poenale Funktion des Schadensrersatzrechts im deutsch-italienischen Deliktsrecht und im IPR/IZPR, in Baldus, Schmon (Edited by), Schriften zur Entwicklung des Privatrechtssystems, herausgegeben von Christian Baldus und Christian Pohl, Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2015, ISBN: 9783631661291, p. 53-76.

- Italy, in Grossi (Edited by), The U. S. Supreme Court and the Modern Common Law Approach, Cambridge University Press, 2015, ISBN: 9781107028050, p. 332-337.

- Enforcing agreements resulting from mediation within the European judicial Area: A comparative overview from an Italian perspective, in Barth, Böhm, Covata, Chalupka-Dunse, Fürle, MaruccI, Online-Mediation in Cross-Border Disputes, Stuttgard, 2013, p. 89-94.

C) Essays:

- Results of Mediation and Cross-Border Enforcement of Mediation Agreements, ERA Forum, 2013, p. 1-14

- Choosing Among the Three Regulations Creating a European Enforcement Order (EEO Regulation, EOP Regulation, ESCP Regulation): Practical Guidelines, in Int'l Lis, 2010, p. 39-50.

Ann Mumford

The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London


Somerset House East Wing
The Dickson Poon School of Law
King's College London
London WC2R 2LS

Brief Bio

Dr Ann Mumford specialises in tax law, fiscal institutions and equality. The scope of Ann's published work has ranged from feminist perspectives on taxation law;to, as a contributor to the "new" fiscal sociology movement, the integration of tax legal scholarship into the realm of economic sociology.  In teaching, Ann has extensive experience as course convener and programme director of undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in commercial law, tax law, and law and accounting. She has overseen the production and delivery of LLB, LLM and MSc courses at Queen Mary, the London School of Economics, and Cardiff University. Additionally, Ann has served as the British Council's visiting chair in Gender Studies at the University of Complutense, Madrid.  Ann graduated with a BA in English Literature (Columbia), a JD (Connecticut) and a PhD (Cardiff). Ann regularly supports non-governmental organizations working to further women's economic equality, and works with scholarly organizations to support socio-legal research in the law of taxation. 

Selected Publications

Tax Policy, Women and the Law: UK and Comparative Perspectives, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Tax Law Series – General Editor, John Tiley) (4 November, 2010). 244 pp

From Dahomey, to London, to D.C.: “‘Marketing’ Wealth with the Proposals for a Comprehensive Inheritance Tax,” 63 Tax Law Review 221-257 (2009). Proceedings from a keynote paper delivered at New York University as part of a symposium on the taxation of inherited wealth.

Towards a Fiscal Sociology of Tax Credits and the Fathers' Rights Movement, (2008) 17 Social & Legal Studies, 217-235.

“Inheritance Taxation, Notions of Legitimacy, and Bourdieu”, in Guido Errygers, John Cunliffe and Stuart White (eds.), Inherited Wealth, Justice and Equality, pages 173-189 (Routledge 2012).

"ERA Seligman: The Surprising Fiscal Sociologist”, in John Tiley (ed.), Studies in the History of Tax Law, vol.5, pgs.281-299 (chapter 10) (Hart Publishing, 2011).

"Tax Law as an Instrument of Workplace Diversity", in Healy, Kirton and Noon eds., Inequalities, intersectionality and equality and diversity initiatives (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2010) pp.93-107

Ann O'Connell

University of Melbourne

Director of Studies, International Tax and Tax

Email: a.o'

Melbourne Law School
The University of Melbourne
185 Pelham St
Carlton VIC 3053

Brief Bio

Ann O'Connell is Professor at Melbourne Law School specialising in taxation. She is Special Counsel at Allens Linlaters, Solicitors, a member of the Advisory Panel to the Board of Taxation and a member of the Australian Tax Office Public Rulings Panel. She is also a member of the Working Group established by the Assistant Treasurer in 2012 to consider the tax concessions for the Not-For-Profit Sector.

Ann lectures in taxation and in corporations and securities regulation. In the Melbourne Law Masters program  she teaches Taxation of Remuneration, Taxation of Superannuation , Taxation of Sport and Capital Gains Tax - Problems in well as Regulation of Securities Offerings, Regulation of Securities Markets;

She is co-author of Income Tax: Text, Materials and Essential Cases (Federation Press) now in its 7th edition. She has also written on taxation of charities, taxation of  superannuation and on capital gains tax issues.


I. Landau, A. O'Connell and I. Ramsay, 'Incentivising Employees: The Theory, Policy and Practice of Employee Share Ownership Plans in Australia', (1 ed, 2013).

M. Kobetsky, A. O'Connell, C. Brown, R. Fisher and C. Peacock, 'Income Tax: Text, Materials and Essential Cases', (8 ed, 2012).

M. Kobetsky, R. Krever, A. O'Connell and M. Stewart, 'Income tax: Text, materials and essential cases', (7 ed, 2008).

M. Kobetsky, R. Krever, A. O'Connell and M. Stewart, 'Income Tax, Text, Materials and Essential Cases', (6 ed, 2006).

M. Kobetsky, A. O'Connell and M. Stewart, 'Income tax text, materials and esential cases', (5 ed, 2005).

M. Kobetsky, M. Dirkis and A. O'Connell, 'Income Tax: Text, Materials and Essential Cases', (4 ed, 2003).

M. Kobetsky, M. Dirkis and A. O'Connell, 'Income Tax: Text, Materials and Essential Cases', (3 ed, 2001).


A. O'Connell, 'Financial services, products and markets' in T. Ciro, C. Symes (ed), Corporations Law: In Principle (2013) 543-587.

A. O'Connell, 'Fundraising' in T. Ciro, C. Symes (ed), Corporations Law: In Principle (2013) 515-542.

A. O'Connell, 'Takeovers' in T. Ciro, C. Symes (ed), Corporations Law: In Principle (2013) 589-622.

A. O'Connell, 'Charitable treatment? - A short history of the taxation of charities in Australia' in J. Tiley (ed), Studies in the History of Tax Law (2011) 91-124.

A. O'Connell, M. Kobetskym. Stewart, 'Australia' in P. Bongaarts, D. Bouzoraa, G. Maisto, A. Pelvang (ed), Investment Funds: International Guide to the Taxation and Regulation of Mutual Investment Funds and their Investors (2006) 1-111.

A. O'Connell, 'Financial services and markets' in S. Woodward, H. Bird, S. Sievers (ed), Corporations Law in Principle (2005) 407-427.

A. O'Connell, 'Fundraising' in S. Woodward, H. Bird, S. Sievers (ed), Corporations Law in Principle (2005) 387-405.

A. O'Connell, 'Takeovers' in S. Woodward, H. Bird, S. Sievers (ed), Corporations Law in Principle (2005) 429-449.

R. Krever and A. O'Connell, 'Australia' in R. Betten (ed), Share Buy-Backs by Listed Companies from Individual Minority Shareholders (2002) 13-45.

A. O'Connell and M. Whincop, 'Investigating the Future - Taxation Issues' in Bridging the Entrepreneurial Financing Gap (2001) 178-198.

Journal Articles - Refereed

M. Brown, R. Minson, A. O'Connell and I. Ramsay, 'Employee participation in employee share ownership plans: The law, company objectives and employee motives' (2012) 25 Australian Journal of Labour Law 1-12.

J. Chia, M. Harding and A. O'Connell, 'Navigating the politics of charity: Reflections on Aid/Watch Inc v Federal Commissioner of Taxation' (2011) 35 Melbourne University Law Review 353-393.

A. O'Connell, 'Cross border issues arising from employee share ownership plans' (2010) 39 Australian Tax Review 187-204.

I. Landau, A. O'Connell and I. Ramsay, 'Employee share schemes: regulation and policy' (2010) 25 Australian Tax Forum 459-476

A. O'Connell, 'Employee share ownership in unlisted entities: Objectives, current practices and regulatory reform' (2009) 37 Australian Business Law Review 211-238.

I. Landau, R. Mitchell, A. O'Connell, I. Ramsay and S. Marshall, 'Broad-based employee share ownership in Australian listed companies: An empirical analysis' (2009) 37 Australian Business Law Review 412-433.

A. O'Connell and K. Brewster, 'Combatting large-scale tax evasion - Australia's experience' (2008) 62 Bulletin for International Fiscal Documentation 145-150.

A. O'Connell, 'Employee share ownership plans: The taxation law framework' (2008) 3 Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association 36-60.

A. O'Connell, 'The Tax Position of Charities in Australia - Why does it have to be so Complicated?' (2008) 37 Australian Tax Review 17-37.

M. Brown, I. Landau, R. Mitchell, A. O'Connelll and I. Ramsay, 'Why do employees participate in employee share plans? A conceptual framework' (2008) 18 Labour & Industry 45-72.

A. O'Connell, 'Retirement Income Policy and the Taxation of Superannuation in Australia' (2003) 57 Bulletin for International Fiscal Documentation 431-441.

A. O'Connell, 'Tax Issues for Charities in the New Millennium.' (2002) 7 Deakin Law Review 131-159.

A. O'Connell, 'Section 264 - More power to the commisioner' (2001) 30 Australian Tax Review 52-54.

Julie O'Sullivan (Academic Co-Director)

Georgetown Law


600 New Jersey Avenue N.W.
Washington, DC 20001

Brief Bio

After graduating from Cornell Law School summa cum laude, Professor O’Sullivan clerked for Chief Judge Levin Campbell of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and then for Justice Sandra Day O’Connor of the United States Supreme Court. She spent five years with Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York, where she worked on mergers and acquisitions litigation as well as white-collar criminal defense matters. Her experience at Davis Polk included work on U.S. v. REI, a lengthy and complex public corruption case, and the BCCI case, where she worked with Robert Fiske in the defense of First American Bank, Clark Clifford, and Robert Altman. In 1991, Professor O’Sullivan joined the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York as an Assistant United States Attorney. There, she spent most of her time prosecuting major white-collar crimes. She and another AUSA successfully prosecuted the largest bank fraud case in the country at the time and the first to be brought under the financial kingpin statute. Professor O’Sullivan was then recruited by Robert Fiske, the newly appointed independent counsel for the Whitewater investigation, to join his staff in Little Rock, Arkansas, as associate counsel. She worked for Mr. Fiske, and briefly for Ken Starr, before commencing her teaching career at Georgetown in 1995. Also in 1995, on appointment by the Supreme Court, she successfully briefed and argued a case on behalf of an indigent petitioner in a case pending before that Court.

Professor O’Sullivan has written many articles and the leading casebook on white-collar crime and is a recognized expert on both the federal sentencing guidelines and white collar criminal law. Professor O’Sullivan is increasingly interested in the subject of cross-border criminality and law enforcement. With Professors David Luban and David Stewart, she published a casebook on International and Transnational Criminal Law. She has taught international criminal law in London and Dublin as well as Georgetown. In 2010, she served as a visiting professional at, and then a consultant for, the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.

Professor O’Sullivan is a member of the American Law Institute and has served as a member of, and reporter for, such projects as the ABA’s revision of the Standards for Criminal Justice on Guilty Pleas and the U.S. Sentencing Commission’s Ad Hoc Advisory Group on the Sentencing Guidelines applicable to Organizations. 


Recent Scholarship

Julie Rose O'Sullivan, David Luban & David P. Stewart,  International and Transnational Criminal Law (New York: Aspen Publishers 2d ed. 2014).   

Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

Julie Rose O'Sullivan, "Private Justice" and FCPA Enforcement: Should the SEC Whistleblower Program Include a Qui Tam Provision?, 53 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 67-115 (2016). [W]

Julie Rose O'Sullivan, How Prosecutors Apply the "Federal Prosecutions of Corporations" Charging Policy in the Era of Deferred Prosecutions, and What That Means for the Purposes of the Federal Criminal Sanction, 51 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 29-77 (2014). [HEIN] [W]

Julie Rose O'Sullivan, The Federal Criminal "Code": Return of Overfederalization, 37 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 57-67 (2014). [HEIN] [W] [WWW]

Book Chapters and Collected Works

Julie Rose O'Sullivan, Relationship Between the Office of the Prosecutor and the Judicial Organ: Conflict and Opportunity, in The First Global Prosecutor: Promise and Constraints 153-192 (Martha Minow, C. Cora True-Frost & Alex Whiting eds., Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Press 2015). [BOOK]

Ugo Pagallo

University of Torino

Phone.: (0039) 011 6703212

Law Faculty San Maurizio 24
10124 Torino


Brief Bio

Ugo Pagallo is Professor of Jurisprudence at the Department of Law, University of Turin, since 2000, faculty fellow at the NEXA Center for Internet and Society at the Politecnico of Turin, and Vice-president of the Italian Association of Legal Informatics. Member of the working group on the European RPAS Complementary Measures for the civilian use of drones (2011-2013), and of the Group of Experts on the "Onlife Initiative" set up by the European Commission as part of the Digital Futures project launched by the Directorate General Information Society and Media (2011-2013), he is chief editor of the Digitalica series published by Giappichelli and co-editor of the AICOL series by Springer. Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Law, Governance and Technology Series of Springer and of the Programme Committee of ETHICOMP, he has been member of the board in the PhD programs of the University of Padua (1996-2000), and of Turin (since 2000), directing the project on "Computer Science and Law" (2004-2006). He is now collaborating with the Joint International Doctoral (PhD) degree in Law, Science and Technology, part of the EU's Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates (EMJDs). In addition to numerous essays in scholarly journals, he is the author of nine monographs. His main interests are AI & law, network theory, robotics, and information technology law (specially data protection law and copyright).

Representative Publications


Pagallo, Ugo (2013) The Laws of Robots: Crimes, Contracts, and Torts. Springer

Edited Books

Massimo, Durante and Ugo Pagallo (2012) Manuale d'informatica giuridica e diritto delle nuove tecnologie. UTET

Palmirani, Monica, Pagallo, Ugo, Casanovas, Pompeu and Giovanni Sartor (2012) AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems. Models and Ethical Challenges for Legal Systems, Legal Language and Legal Ontologies, Argumentation and Software Agents. Springer

Casanovas, Pompeu, Pagallo, Ugo, Sartor, Giovanni and Gianmaria Ajani (2010) AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems. Complex Systems, the Semantic Web, Ontologies, Argumentation, and Dialogue. Springer

Book Chapters

Pagallo, Ugo (2012) Three Roads to Complexity, AI and the Law of Robots: On Crimes, Contracts, and Torts, in AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems. Springer, pp. 48-60

Pagallo, Ugo (2012) On the Principle of Privacy by Design and its Limits: Technology, Ethics, and the Rule of Law, in European Data Protection: In Good Health?, edited by Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert and Yves Poullet. Springer, pp. 331-346

Pagallo, Ugo (2012) Responsibility, Jurisdiction, and the Future of "Privacy by Design", in Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices, edited by Alfreda Dudley, James Braman and Giovanni Vincenti, Information Science Reference, IGI Global, pp. 1-20

Pagallo, Ugo (2011) The Trouble with Digital Copies: A Short KM Phenomenology, in Ethical Issues and Social Dilemmas of Knowledge Management. Organizational Innovation, edited by Gonçalo Jorge Morais da Costa, Information Science Reference, Hershey, IGI Global, pp. 97-112

Pagallo, Ugo (2010) As Law Goes By: Topology, Ontology, Evolution, in AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems. Springer, pp. 12-16

Glorioso, Andrea, Pagallo, Ugo and Giancarlo Ruffo (2010) The Social Impact of P2P Systems, in Handbook of Peer-to-Peer Networking, edited by X. Shen, H. Yu, J. Buford e M. Akon. Springer, pp. 47-70


Pagallo, Ugo (2012) Cracking down on Autonomy: Three Challenges to Design in IT Law, Ethics and Information Technology, 14(4): 319-328

Pagallo, Ugo (2011) ISPs & Rowdy Web Sites Before the Law: Should We Change Today’s Safe Harbour Clauses?, Philosophy and Technology, 24(4): 419-436

Pagallo, Ugo (2011) Killers, Fridges, and Slaves: A Legal Journey in Robotics, AI & Society, 26(4): 347-354

Pagallo, Ugo (2011) Robots of Just War: A Legal Perspective, Philosophy and Technology, 24(3): 307-323

Pagallo, Ugo (2011) Designing Data Protection Safeguards Ethically, Information, 2(2): 247-265

Pagallo, Ugo (2010) Robotrust and Legal Responsibility, Knowledge, Technology & Policy, 23(3-4): 367-379

Pagallo, Ugo (2010) Ethics Among Peers: File Sharing on the Internet between Openness and Precaution, Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 8(2): 136-149

Pagallo, Ugo (2010) A new "Ring of Gyges" and the Meaning of Invisibility in the Information Revolution, Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 8(4): 364-376

Pagallo, Ugo and Massimo Durante (2009) Three Roads to P2P Systems and Their Impact on Business Ethics, Journal of Business Ethics, 90(4): 551-564

Guy Pessach

Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Mount Scopus
91905 Israel

Brief Bio

Guy Pessach is an Associate Professor at the Hebrew University, Faculty of Law. Guy's main areas of research are Copyright Law, Comparative and International Aspects of the Creative Industries and Law &Technology. Guy was a Fulbright Scholar, Residential Fellow at the Information Society Project, Yale Law School;a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School, City University Hong Kong and the Center for Transnational Legal Studies, Georgetown University Law School and also an Erasmus Mundus, Visiting Scholar at the Center for Law, Society and Pop Culture, University of Westminster. Prior to his academic career, Guy clerked for Justice Zamir at the Israeli Supreme Court. 

Representative Publications

1. The Political Economy of Digital Cultural Preservation", in Digital Archives Management, use and access (Milena Dobreva and Gabriellas Ivacs, Editors, Facet, London, 2016).

2."The Balance of Copyright", The Israeli Report on Intellectual Property law to the XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law, Balancing Copyright - A Survey of National Approaches, 523-540 (Max Planck Institute Studies on Intellectual Property and Competition Law, Reto M. Hilty, Sylvie Nérisson, Editors) (2012).

3. "Some Realism about Copyright Skepticism", 57 IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review, (2017) (forthcoming).

4. "Toward a New Jurisprudence of Copyright Exemptions", 55 IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review, 287-318 (2015).

5. "The Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances –The Return of the North?" 55 IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review, 79-104 (2014).

6. "Deconstructing Disintermediation –A Skeptical Copyright Perspective", 33 Cardozo Arts &Entertainment Law Journal, 101-141 (2013).

7. The New Israeli Copyright Act –A Case-Study in Reverse Comparative law", 41 IIC - International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law (Max-Planck Institute Publications), 187-201 (2010).

8. "Reciprocal Share-Alike Exemptions in Copyright Law", 30 Cardozo Law Review, 101-150 (2008).

9. "[Networked] Memory Institutions: Social Remembering, Privatization and its Discontents", 26 Cardozo Arts &Entertainment Law Journal, 71-149 (2008).

10. "Museums, Digitization and Copyright Law –Taking Stock and Looking Ahead", 1 The Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law, 253-283 (2007).

11. "The Role of Libraries and A2K –Taking Stock and Looking Ahead" (Symposium comment) Michigan State Law Review, 257-269 (2007).

12. "An International-Comparative Analysis of Peer to Peer File-Sharing –Framing Past-Present and Next Generation Questions", 40 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 88-133 (2007).

13. "Media, Markets, and Democracy: Revisiting an Eternal Triangle, Critical Notice: Media, Markets and Democracy by Edwin C. Baker", 17 The Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, 209-226 (2004).

14. "Copyright Law as a Silencing Restriction on Non-Infringing Materials –Unveiling the Scope of Copyright's Diversity Externalities", 76 University of Southern California Law Review, 1067-1104 (2003).

15. "The Author's Moral Right of Integrity in Cyberspace - A Preliminary Normative Framework", 34 IIC –International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law (Max-Planck Institute Publications), 250-270 (2003).

Serena Quattrocolo 

(for the Fall 2016 profile, please click here)

University of Torino


Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza
Campus Luigi Einaudi
Lungo Dora Siena 100
Palazzo D 1, piano II, stanza 12

Brief Bio

Full Professor of Criminal Procedural Law


Criminal and civil procedural law of the EU (English), Criminal procedural law (Italian); Judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Italian); Law of the enforcement of criminal decisions (Italian).

Recent international teaching experiences:

June2016: visiting professor, FGV Dereito, Sao Paulo, Brasil (course: Society and Law: the Italian experience of "Manipulite").

July 2015: Member, Teaching Board, Law School Global League Summer School, Cape Town, South Africa (course:The Role of Corporations in Human Rights Protection. Anti-Corruption, Compliance and Liability).

A.Y. 2014-2015: faculty member at Center for Transnational Legal Studies, London (Courses of: Comparative Criminal Law; European Human Rights System).

Scientific Boards: Member of the Turin Law Department PhD school. Mentor of several Ph.D. dissertations, also in the international PhD programme with France.

Editorial Boards: Editor of the scientific review "La legislazione penale";co-editor of the series "Legal Studies of International, European and Comparative Criminal Law", for Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.

Rapporteur to many national and international congresses and investigator in either national and international projects.

Recent publications:

- (2016) L'altra faccia della medaglia: l'impatto della particolare tenuita' del fatto sul processo penale, in Criminalia, 2016, pp. 225-245

- (2016) Assenza e irreperibilita’, in Enciclopedia del diritto, Annali, vol. IX, Giuffre’, Milano pp. 29-57

- (2016) Right to access to a lawyer in Europe: anything new under the sun?, in Petrova (ed.), Festschrift fuer August Nacke, Plovdiv University Press, pp. 270-296

- (2016) The Role of Compliance Programs in Italian Counter-Corruption Policies, in JOURNAL OF CIVIL & LEGAL SCIENCES, DIOI: 10.4172/2169-0170.1000185

- (2015) The Right to Information in EU Legislation, in Ruggeri S. (ed.), Human Rights in European Criminal Law, Springer, pp. 81-93

- (2015) Un faticoso assetto intertemporale, in La legislazione penale, pp. 669-675

- (2015) Deflazione e razionalizzazione del sistema: la ricetta della particolare tenuità dell’offesa, in Processo penale e giustizia, pp. 159-171

- (2015) Tenuità del fatto: genesi e metamorfosi di una riforma a lungo attesa, in Daniele, Paulesu (eds.), Strategie di deflazione penale rimodulazione del giudizio in absentia, Giappichelli, 97-131.

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