Brief Bio

Elisa Ruozzi is a researcher in International Law at the University of Turin (Department of Law). After graduating in International and Diplomatic Sciences and obtaining her Ph.D in International Economic law, she specialized in International Environmental Law, which she teaches. Her research interests focus on non-trade issues in the context of the WTO system, on the relationship between human rights and the environment and on migration issues. Elisa Ruozzi has been a visiting professor at the Tsinghua University in 2013 and a mentor under the ASIL Women in International Law Mentoring Program.

Courses taught at CTLS

  • Environmental Litigation: Transnational Issues (Spring 2019)
  • Transnational Labour Law (Spring 2019)