Ludovica Sposini

Fellow 2023/2025

▌▌▌Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
▌▌▌University La Sapienza

Ludovica Sposini is a dedicated PhD Candidate specializing in Law & Technology at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa. Her academic journey has been marked by a strong commitment to exploring the intersection of law, technology, and consumer rights.

She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Pisa, where she authored a thesis titled The uncertain identity of the consumer between the European Union and the United States of America. In this thesis, she conducted a comparative analysis of the historical and legal evolution of consumer rights within the European and US legal systems, coupled with an economic analysis of law.

During her university years, Ludovica served as an Academic Tutor at the Law Department, providing valuable support to fellow students through exam preparation and group lectures.

To further hone her expertise, she attended several prestigious Summer Schools, including those focused on International Business and Digital Law at Bocconi University, Regulation of Robotics and AI at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and Cyberlaw at the London School of Economics and Political Science. These programs allowed her to delve into various aspects of technology law, including data law, smart contracts, blockchain, robot law, business ethics, and more.

Ludovica has also made significant contributions to the field through her research and publications. She collaborated with Prof. Bertolini on a policy paper titled Digital Platforms and Liability in 2022. Additionally, she authored scientific articles on topics such as consumer protection, neuromarketing, and the implementation of EU directives.

As a Teaching Assistant in private law at the University of Pisa, she actively engages in student support and examination processes. Her commitment to academic excellence has led her to participate as a speaker in national and international conferences, presenting her research on topics such as justice on digital platforms, algorithm governance, and the regulation of AI.

Ludovica is an active member of various research groups, including the “Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence on the Regulation of Robotics and AI,” where she collaborates closely with colleagues and professors.

She also contributes to the “Juridical Observatory on Digital Innovation (JODI)” at the University La Sapienza in Rome, focusing on neuromarketing and biotechnology.

Furthermore, she is a member of the Consultative Committee for projects initiated by the European Law Institute (ELI), demonstrating her dedication to shaping legal and regulatory frameworks for emerging technologies. Ludovica’s work reflects her commitment to advancing the understanding and governance of technology in the legal domain.

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