Nina CozziDoctoral Student
Max Planck Fellow Group
- Legal history of the European Union law
- European Union labour law
- Italian labour law
- Italian legal history (late modern period and contemporary)
- Antidiscrimination in labour relations
- Gender pay gap legislation in the member states
- EU labour law harmonisation
Education and working experience
Reviewer for the peer-reviewed academic journal ‘Business History’ published by Taylor and Francis
Lecturer at the ‘Minerva Law Summer Training’ in Hamburg.
Member of the organising committee of the Max Planck Law initiative ‘Minerva LAW Network’.
09. 2020 – 08. 2021
Teaching assistant for the undergraduate course on legal history at LUISS University in Rome, with a specific focus on comparative constitutional history.
09.2020 – 02. 2021
Legal traineeship in Lagonegro, Italy, specialising in civil law and penal law.
10.2015 – 07.2020
Master of Laws (five-year course of study), with highest honours at the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, Italy, with a specialisation in legal history.
08.2021 – 09.2021
DAAD scholarship for a German Legal Course at the University of Bielefeld, Germany. German level= B2/C1.
02.2021 – 07.2021
Orientation scholarship at the MPI for Legal History and Legal Theory in the Department ‘European and Comparative Legal History’, Frankfurt, Germany.
10.2019 – 11.2019
Scholarship from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Holy See for an intensive German course at the Goethe Institute in Göttingen, Germany.
07.2018 – 08.2018
Scholarship from the Pontifical Lateran University for a Summer School on the theme ‘Law, Religion and Society’ at the Australian Catholic University (ACU), Sydney, Australia.