Lucila de Almeida

Part-time Assistant Professor
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Lucila de Almeida (PhD in Law, EUI) is a Part-time Assistant Professor at European University Institute, a tenured Assistant Professor of Energy Law at the Wageningen University & Research, and co-Director of the online course Regulatory Delivery at the Florence School of Regulation. Before she was research fellow at Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at the Tel Aviv University, a postdoctoral researcher at the faculty of law, University of Helsinki (2017-2019), and a visiting scholar at the Dipartimento di scienze politiche, giuridiche e studi internazionali, Università Degli Studio di Padova (sum 2019), and Louvain Global College Law, UCLouvain (sum 2018).

Lucila has published several peer-reviewed articles and books. Her most recent books are ‘The Transformation of Economic Law’ (Hart Publishing 2019), and ‘Sustainable Consumption: the right to a healthy environment’ (Springer 2020). Besides publications, she has been a member of editorial boards of two Oxford Journals (EJIL and I.CON), managing editor of the European Journal of Legal Studies (EJLS). She has worked on various projects as researcher and consultant funded by prestigious organizations, among them the International Energy Agency (2019-2020), Berlin Economics (2020), the Academy of Finland (2017-2018), European Research Council (2013-2016), and Inter-American Development Bank (2011).

Her research interests include the intertwined relationship between private law – meaning contracts, property and torts – and energy regulation, circular energy systems, as well as the role and purposes of the regulatory agencies.

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