Miriam Postiglione holds a Ph.D. in Public, International and European Law from the University “La Statale” of Milan, Italy, with a dissertation titled “The value of “precedent” in the case law of the European Union judge” and a degree in law from the same University. During her studies, she spent a semester as a visiting student, within the Erasmus program, at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France. She is specialised in EU law with a particular focus on EU procedural law.
Before joining FratiniVergano, she worked for a law firm in Milan focusing on corporate law, data protection, and life sciences and she collaborated with the courses of European Union law and European procedural law at the University of Milan. During her Ph.D., she spent six months at the Court of Justice of the European Union as a stagiaire within the cabinet of the Advocate General Mr. Giovanni Pitruzzella, as well as three months at the University of Luxembourg as visiting doctoral candidate.
Miriam is a qualified lawyer in Italy.
A native Italian speaker, Miriam is fluent in English and French.
'Nomina dell'ex Alto Rappresentante Federica Mogherini a Rettore del Collège d'Europe: note in margine ai doveri di "onestà e delicatezza"', in Studi sull'integrazione europea, n. 3, 2020, pp. 741-752.
'European citizenship in the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the value of such case law for UK citizens after Brexit', in D. Cahill, M. Hyland, W. Mastor, L. Rass-Masson, La citoyenneté – Citizenship. Ateliers doctoraux 2018 de l’Ecole européenne de droit – Bangor University, Cahiers Jean Monnet, Toulouse, 2019, pp. 47-59.
'La valeur du «précédent» dans la jurisprudence du juge de l’Union européenne', in C. Amalfitano, M. Condinanzi, La Corte di giustizia dell’Unione europea oltre i trattati: la riforma organizzativa e processuale nel triennio 2012-2015, Milano, 2018, pp. 421-440.