Dr Alessandra M. De Tommaso joined Middlesex University in 2021 as a Lecturer in Law. She holds a 5-year Law degree (Laurea Magistrale in Diritto) from the University of RomaTre, Italy, and a LLM in International Crime and Justice from the UNICRI – United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute jointly with the University of Turin, Italy. In 2022, she succefully completed her PhD at Middlesex University on Corporate Criminal Liability and International Criminal Law. She also has working experience as a Lecturer in Sports Law and Sports Business. She is a qualified lawyer and a member of the Italian Bar Association. As a lawyer, she has three-year working experience in civil, corporate, and commercial litigation.
Alessandra’s research interests are in corporate criminal liability, international criminal law and business and human rights. Her current research focuses on the feasibility of holding corporations accountable for their involvement in international crimes and human rights abuses. Her research also considers domestic models of corporate criminal liability and their comparative strengths and weaknesses. Alessandra is also interested in researching victims’ rights in domestic and international criminal trials and gender discrimination.
PhD in Law with a thesis on 'Corporate Criminal Liability and International Criminal Law' - Middlesex University
LLM in Int’l Crime and Justice - U.N.I.C.R.I.: United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (jointly with University of Turin) – 109/110 (First Class Hons)
LLB and MA in Law (Laurea Magistrale – 5-year Degree) - University of RomaTre – 110/110 cum laude (First Class Hons)
Italian, French (basic)
Previous teaching experience