Livio Daniel Orsi

Fellow 2023/2025

▌▌▌Researcher at Université Côte-d'Azur
▌▌▌Phd at Aix-Marseille University.


Livio Daniel Orsi is Assitent Professor at Université Côte-d’Azur and a distinguished legal scholar specializing in public law, with a particular focus on the right to free communication in the digital age. He completed his doctoral research in 2020 under the esteemed guidance of Professors Maryse Baudrez and Thierry Santolini at UMR 7318, International, Comparative and European Law. His thesis received accolades from the jury and was authorized for publication.

Orsi holds two Research Master’s degrees; one in “People and Trials” from Université de Toulon, directed by Prof. Thierry DI MANNO, and another in “European Union and Digital Law” from Aix-Marseille University, under the supervision of Prof. R. MEHDI. His academic credentials also include a TOEFL certification, further solidifying his proficiency in English.

In terms of professional experience, Orsi has served as a legal assistant at the Clerk’s Office of the Marseilles Magistrates’ Court in the Social Division. He has also been a tutor and provided administrative assistance to students and professionals in law and legal methodology. During 2020, he taught Licence 1 in administrative and constitutional law at Aix-Marseille University under the direction of Rector Roland Debbasch.

Orsi has contributed to the academic community through his extensive publications. His works have been featured in various platforms, including the digital legal review “Confluence des droits” at Aix-Marseille University. Some of his notable publications include articles on health data management, environmental activism, and the European Union’s strategy for managing the Covid-19 health crisis.

Orsi’s future research aims to delve deeper into the intersection of digital law, human rights, and emerging technologies, smart city and democracy.




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