Giulia Priora is a researcher in the fields of comparative private law and intellectual property. Currently enrolled as SJD Candidate in International Business Law at the Central European University, she primarily investigates the evolution of EU copyright law, along with parallel research projects on the accessibility of digital content, the remuneration patterns in the digital creative industries, and the collaborative economy.
During her academic career, she has been collecting valuable teaching and research experiences both in Europe and overseas. In 2016 and 2017 she served as Visiting Lecturer in Italian Private Law at the University of Münster, while in 2018 she got selected as Global Teaching Fellow in Jurisprudence at the University of Yangon. Recent research stays at the Columbia University Law School, the Law and Economics Institute at the University of Hamburg, and the Center for Intellectual Property Policy and Management at Bournemouth University have contributed substantively to her doctoral path.
Giulia has presented her research findings at several conferences as well as authored journal articles on, among others, the Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property and Medialaws Rivista di Diritto dei Media. Since 2016 she has been collaborating with an Italian IP law firm as of counsel and IP legal advisor, and is affiliated research fellow at the CEU Center for Media, Data and Society.