Une nouvelle université au sein du réseau "Etude des mouvements des ordres juridiques international et européen" (EMOJIE) : bienvenue à la professeure Micaela Frulli, Università degli studi Firenze

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Publié le 10 juin 2021 Mis à jour le 29 juin 2021
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du 7 juin 2021 au 15 septembre 2021

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Campus Trotabas

Micaela Fruli, Université de Firenze
Micaela Fruli, Université de Firenze

Le réseau EMOJIE, piloté par le LADIE, réunit des experts en droit international et européen de 22 universités européennes et canadiennes. Le réseau EMOJIE organise des colloques et une Summer School in International and European Law chaque année en septembre à Nice.

Micaela Frulli is Associate professor of international law at the University of Florence, qualified as a full professor in 2014.

She is a member of the Steering Committee of the Antonio Cassese Initiative for Justice, Peace and Humanity and a member of the Scientific Board of Questions of International Law. She is member of the Italian Society of International Law, the International Law Association and the European Society of International Law.

In 2010 she was the winner of the Marie Curie European Fellowship and she was a Fellow at the Law Department of the European University Institute with a research project on the criminalization of attacks against cultural heritage.

She is the author of numerous publications in Italian and English in the field of international public law, human rights and international criminal law, including a monograph on Immunity and international crimes and a monograph on UN peacekeeping operations. Among her recent publications War Crimes and the Conduct of Hostilities. Challenges to Definition, Adjudication and Investigation (edited by Judge Fausto Pocar and Prof. Marco Pedrazzi - for Elgar).

 She was Legal Advisor for the governments of Senegal and Sierra Leone at the International Criminal Court Preparatory Commission and for the Government of Djibouti in the case against France in the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

She worked as an expert (pro bono) for the Milan prosecutor's office in relation to the Abu Omar case and the UN Special Rapporteurs against torture and arbitrary detention.

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