Ada Bogliolo Piancastelli de Siqueira
University of Cambridge
(M.Phil.); London School of Economics and Political Science (LL.M.);Federal
University of Santa Catarina, Brazil (LL.B./J.D.)
Before coming to Georgetown Law, Ada was a Santander Scholar at the Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. She completed a Masters of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in International Studies and Politics researching the relationship between law and politics at the World Trade Organization. Previously, Ada acquired a Masters in Law (LL.M.) in International Public Law at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences focusing on the interaction between Trade and Human Rights.
Ada currently pursues her S.J.D. at Georgetown under the supervision of Professor Alvaro Santos. She is a Brazilian National Research Council (CNPq) researcher and is an Honorary Fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law. Her thesis discusses the working logic of the World Trade Organization in the context of alternative development strategies and social understandings of the trading system. At Georgetown Law, Ada works as a teaching assistant for Professsors Joost Pauwelyn and Jennifer Hillman. She is also the Assistant-Editor to Professors John Jackson and Robert Thompson for the Journal of International Economic Law - JIEL (Oxford University Press).