Elena Mitzman (1985), PhD, is a research fellow in administrative law at the University of Trento Faculty of Law.
Since 2009 she collaborates with the administrative law chair of the University of Trento, as teacher assistant and participating in research projects. She has held classes both to undergraduate students and to post graduate students (in administrative law, public law and European public law).
In Trento she graduated in law, with honors, in 2009, with a thesis on the Inspection Panel of the World Bank (advisor prof. Giandomenico Falcon), and obtained her doctoral degree in 2014, with a thesis on judicial review of administrative acts in the field of immigration law, in a european and comparative perspective (advisor prof. Giandomenico Falcon).
She has been a visiting PhD student at the Université Catholique de Louvain (2012) and at King’s College in London (2013), and has studied abroad as an undergraduate student at the University of California, Berkeley (2006), and at Vermont Law School (2005).
In september 2014, at the Academy of European Public Law, she obtained the Intensive International Master of Laws of the European Public Law Organization.
She has published papers and book contributions, in italian and in english, on topics in global administrative law, immigration law, construction law and cultural property law.
She has completed her traineeship as lawyer, focusing on administrative law, and was admitted to the bar in 2012.