Laura Bianchi, Project Officer

Laura Bianchi is a Project Officer at the ELI Secretariat. She holds a Master of Laws from the University of Pisa and a CAS in International Human Rights Law from the University of Geneva. She worked at the European Parliament as a parliamentary assistant and at the Court of Justice of the European Union, in the communication unit. She gained additional work experience at international level working for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection (Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation) as a Fundraiser Officer, within the United Nations Volunteers Programme as a Legal Advisor, and at the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) as a Researcher. She also supported the Italian parliament in the drafting of a law on international child abduction. Bianchi is responsible for the management of the following recently concluded and on-going projects: Guiding Principles on Implementing Workers’ Right to Disconnect, Third Party Funding of Litigation, Update of ELI’s Detention of Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants and the Rule of Law: Checklists and European Standards, Model Rules on Succession of Digital Assets, Data and other Digital Remains, Advance Choices for Future Disablement, Enterprise Foundations in Europe. She is also responsible for the following upcoming and prospective projects: Labour Law and Platforms, Towards a EU Restatement of Consumer Law, Project Update on Caseoverload at the ECtHR. She can be contacted here.