University of Catania

Adriana Di Stefano is Associate Professor of European Union Law and International Law at the University of Catania where she researches and teaches core areas of public international law and EU Law. Adriana holds a Ph.D. in Political Philosophy and Human Rights and has been visiting scholar at Universiteit van Amsterdam, Tel Aviv University, Melbourne Law School, the Australian National University College of Law and University of Michigan Law School. She is Dean of the Class of Humanities and Social Sciences at the School of Advanced Studies (Scuola Superiore di Catania) and Rector’s delegate for Equal Opportunities. She also serves as Director of the “Cohesion and Law” Centre, a professional network bringing together lawyers and experts committed to EU law practice-oriented issues, and as Head of the Clinical Programme of Catania School of Law, dealing with human rights and access to justice of marginalised and vulnerable groups.