What I am doing, what I have done


Research interests

My current research is developed along three dimensions. 

In the theoretical dimension, I investigate the role of technological concepts in legal reasoning, with particular attention to when it is desirable to deal with said components instead of adopting a more technology-neutral approach.

In the methodological dimension, I propose mechanisms for legal scholars and policymakers to engage with relevant technological issues. I am particularly interested in tools that help these actors to make sense of the abstractions present in legal texts and practices.

In the doctrinal dimension, I deploy the theoretical and methodological insights mentioned above to examine the impact of artificial intelligence on various branches of the law. In the past few years, my doctrinal research has been mostly concerned with data protection and decision-making, especially in the public administration.


Journal articles

Book chapters

Full-length conference papers



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