Brief Bio

Professor Margherita Salvadori is Professor of Law at the University of Torino, Faculty of Law.

Main fields of research include: Conflict of Law, International Law and European Contract Law.

Career and professional education: Economic International Law Phd (1994); Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Law, University of Turin (1996); since January 2005 an associate professor of International Law at the Faculty of Law, Torino University (admitted by competitive entrance examination) at the University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan in January 2003).

Holds courses at the Torino Faculty of law on Conflict of Laws and Public International Law.

Member of the Doctoral School in Law, Torino University.

Visiting Professor of the Faculté de Droit, Sciences Economiques et Gestion, Université Lorraine, Franc.

Member of the Italian Society of International Law ( and of the European Observatory On Digital Resistance, Liberation Technology and Human Rights at the University of Milan (

Currently working on the following research project: (i) Extracting Value from Public Sector Information: Legal Framework and Regional Policies (EVPSI, and(ii) The legal constraints related to the distortions between supply and demand for digital content

Recent researches fields (I) the choice courts agreements (II) internet governance as well as (III) the enforcement and application of the European Convention on Human Rights and of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights.

Courses taught at CTLS

  • Choice of Court Agreements (Fall 2012)
  • Human Rights Seminar: Freedom of Expression (Fall 2012)