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Nicolo Zingales is a Lecturer in competition and information law at Sussex Law School. His research spans across different areas of Internet law and governance, with particular focus on the roles and responsibilities of digital platforms and intermediaries in the online ecosystem. With regard to EU competition law, his work has focused mainly on presumptions, due process and the interface of antitrust with other legal regimes, such as IP, consumer and data protection law.
He is an Affiliate Scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, and previously held appointments at the law schools of the Fundação Getulio Vargas, the Graduate Institute of Geneva, New York University and Harvard University, as well as the Max Planck Institute for Competition and Innovation. He joined Sussex from Tilburg Law School, where he was Assistant Professor and where he maintains affiliations as research associate (with the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society) and extramural fellow (with the Tilburg Law and Economics Center). Aside from his academic capacity, he is co-founder and co-chair of the Internet Governance Forum’s Dynamic Coalition on Platform Responsibility, co-founder of the MyData Global Network, an editor of Medialaws, and non-governmental advisor to the International Competition Network. Prior to entering academia, he worked at the European Commission, the European Court of Justice and a Milan-based law firm as part of his training as qualified lawyer.
· PhD, International Law and Economics, Bocconi University (Italy)
· J.D. (Laurea Specialistica) in Law, University of Bologna (Italy)
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