Maria Luisa Stasi joined the Florence School of Regulation in May 2013. Her research interests cover a wide range of European law issues, with particular expertise in competition law and electronic communications law. From 2008, she worked as an associate lawyer in the competition law department of Bonelli Erede Pappalardo law firm, Milan. In 2012, she joined the Academy of European Law (ERA) as a course director, where she organised training, seminars and conferences in competition, State aid, public procurement and electronic communications law. She is the author of several publications in various fields of law. Since 2015, she is also Coordinator of FCP – Florence Competition Programme in Law and Economics.
Maria Luisa holds a LLM in European Legal Studies (College of Europe, Bruges) and a Master’s degree in International Relations and Diplomatic Studies (Lumsa University, Rome). She graduated in law (J.D) with honours from the University of Perugia in 2004. She is member of the Italian Bar Association since 2008.