Alessandra Arcuri, LLM, is assistant professor of law and economics, and international economic law. She holds a law degree with honors from Rome’s La Sapienza University (1997), an LLM in Law and Economics with honors from Utrecht University (1998), and a Ph.D. from Erasmus University Rotterdam (2005).
In 2003–2004 Arcuri was a global fellow at NYU School of Law, and in Spring 2001 she was Marie Curie Fellow at Hamburg University.
Arcuri has taught law and economics courses in the Netherlands, Sweden, Togo, and Italy. Her research and publications focus on risk law and international economic law.