Anna Berti Suman
Luiss Law School, Rome
Anna Berti Suman is Research Fellow at Luiss School of Law, Rome, within ‘LabGov - the Laboratory for the Governance of the City as a Commons’, with the mission to explore the law as an enabling tool for accelerating responses to climate change, biodiversity loss and water scarcity. Earlier, she was Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship grantee and formerly Dutch Research Council fellow at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy. She founded and still curates the ‘Sensing for Justice’ project aimed at exploring the potential of civic monitoring to promote environmental law enforcement. She is also Qualified Barrister, admitted to the Bar of Rome, following climate and environmental law cases at ‘Systasis - Centre for the Prevention and Management of Environmental Conflicts’, Milan. Anna obtained her PhD in 2020 from the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society, The Netherlands. Her PhD project aimed at investigating how civic environmental monitoring influences institutional risk governance. Anna has a background in Law from the University of Bologna and Transnational Law from the University of Geneva. She has work and research experience in health law and technology (UK), environmental litigation (Italy, The Netherlands, Ecuador) and water law (Chile).
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