About

me at the public defence of my thesis

I am a post-doc and (precarious) lecturer based in BelgiumMy main affiliation is at Hasselt University, where I work as postdoctoral assistant for the Centre for Government and Law (CORE).

I also teach various employment law-related subjects in two other Universities (Université de Liège, Université Libre de Bruxelles). In 2017/2018 I am teaching three courses in French, notably Belgian labour law, Legal French, and European and international labour law. Previously I also taught several courses in English such as Comparative industrial relations, Comparative systems of employment and training, Advanced aspects of labour law.

My present research interests are:

  • Algorithms and labour law
  • Posting of workers
  • The role of labour law in the context of the EU economic governance
  • The relationship between the EU legal order and international labour law

core_sessie_3_01 (2).jpgIn 2016/2017 I worked as researcher at the University of Verona (Italy), on a project about labour law in the European economic governance, directed by professor Laura Calafà. Before this project, I was a research fellow for the  Excellence Chair on Pensions (Université Catholique de Louvain).

In 2014 I defended my Ph.D thesis on “posting of workers and collective labour law in the EU“. Prior to the Université Catholique de Louvain, I received my Master in Law at the University of Pisa (October  2009) and at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.

Yes, I am yet another Italian abroad.

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