Giulia Priora is a SJD Candidate in the International Business Law stream. Her doctoral research investigates the evolution and effectiveness of EU copyright law in light of its functions and economic impact. She has been conducting research on the history and philosophy of copyright law, judicial reasoning in IP disputes, legislative developments regarding the digital economy and social justice, with a particular focus on the fair distribution of value and digital resources in society.
She has presented her works at several international conferences and authored articles for, among others, the Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property and Medialaws - Rivista di Diritto dei Media. She has been Visiting Scholar at the Columbia Law School (2018/19), the Institute of Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg (2018) and the Center for Intellectual Property Policy and Management at Bournemouth University (2014).
Giulia has served as Visiting Lecturer in Italian private law at the University of Münster, Global Teaching Fellow in Jurisprudence at the University of Yangon, Lecturer of EU copyright law at the CEU Center for Data, Media and Society and Research Assistant at the Institute for Information, Telecommunication and Media Law, University of Münster.
Since 2016 of counsel for an Italian IP law firm, she has more recently joined the CEU Center for Media, Data and Society as affiliated researcher and become member of ATRIP and the Socio-legal Studies Association.