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ICODR Podcast Episode 21: Dr. Irene Sigismondi, Teaching Assistant at University of Rome

In this episode of the ICODR podcast Ian interviews Irene Sigismondi, attorney at Law, a trainer and a contract professor at the Universities of Rome “La Sapienza” and LUISS “Guido Carli”, in the field of Public/Constitutional Law, Legal Theory and Law and Technology (including ODR).  

After getting her degree in law (LUISS, Rome 1995), she became a practicing attorney in Rome, 1998.  Irene then gained her Ph.D. in Information Technology (ICT) and Law (Sapienza University of Rome, 2003), and served as a visiting fellow (2001-2008) at the Yale Center for Internet Studies and as a researcher for the Italian National Council of Research at the  Insitute for Judicial Studies (IRSIG/CNR, Bologna, Italy 2003-2007).  

She has also been a visiting scholar at Paris I-Sorbonne (Centre de Recherche de Droit Public Comparé) and visiting professor at Szczecin University and lecturer in Law and Technology at the  European Master in Law and Policies of European Integration (European Constitutional Law and Multilevel Constitutionalism). Since 2009 she serves as project manager for the Quality Drafting and Better Regulation Module in the ICT Master Program (Master in Diritto dell’Informatica e Teoria e Tecnica della Normazione) at Sapienza University of Rome, Law School. In 2021-2022 she was appointed by the Government as external support to the Legal Team of the Department of Innovation and Digital Transformation.

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Ian MacDuff

Ian is Teaching Fellow, Centre for ICT Law at Auckland Law School. He was, until June 2016, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Dispute Resolution Initiative at Singapore Management University. He previously taught at Victoria University of Wellington for a number of years. He has been a practising… MORE >

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