Sara Fattorini holds a Ph.D. in EU and international law from the University Sapienza of Rome, and a double Degree in law from the Universities Sapienza of Rome and Paris II Panthéon-Assas, where she obtained a maîtrise in European law and a master in EU law. In her studies, she focused on several aspects of EU law, such as the harmonisation of national laws for internal market purposes, fundamental freedoms, competition law, criminal law, human rights, public health law and external relations.
Before joining FratiniVergano in March 2020, Sara worked as a Lecturer in EU law and as a research assistant at the University Bocconi of Milan, and as a contract researcher at the University for Foreigners of Perugia. During her Ph.D., she spent six months at the University of Maastricht as a visiting researcher.
Sara is a qualified lawyer in Italy.
As a native Italian speaker, Sara is fluent in English and French.
"Decree-law no. 113 of 4 October – converted, with amendments, into Law no. 132 of 1 December 2018 (G.U. No. 281 of 3 December 2018). Radical changes to the Italian Legal Framework on Migration", in Italian Yearbook of International Law, vol. 28, issue 1, 2019, pp. 565-574.
"La direttiva 2017/1371 e l’armonizzazione della prescrizione nei reati di frode fiscale: una possibile soluzione al conflitto tra Corti sorto dalla vicenda Taricco", in European Papers, Insight of 27 December 2018, pp. 1-10.