Angelica Bonfanti

University of Milan

Angelica Bonfanti is Associate Professor of International Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan, where she teaches the EU Law on Business and Human Rights courses, Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law and the Business and Human Rights workshop in the Digital Era. Her research activity is mainly focused on international public and private law, and in particular on the liability for violation of human rights by companies, on international trade and investment, and on cyber-law. Angelica is coordinator of the Laurea Magistrale in Sustainable Development of the University of Milan and author of the book Imprese multinazionali, diritti umani e ambiente. Profili di diritto internazionale pubblico e privato (Giuffrè, 2012). She has published numerous essays as book chapters and in Italian and international scientific journals and is editor of the Natural resources grabbing. An international law perspective (Brill, 2015) and Business and human rights in Europe. International law challenges (Routledge, 2019). She has participated in research projects funded by the Italian government and the European Union and is a member of the editorial board of specialized legal journals.

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