Paola Todini is an Academic, Lawyer and Researcher. She teaches civil law, minors law, family law, gender violence, digital media law, and international arbitration at various Universities: eCampus University (where she is incardinated) and Link Campus University in Italy, MEF Universities in Turkey.
She is vice president and oversees research at the Global Center for Justice and Humanity (Italy).
Prior to joining the Geneva Centre, Paola Todini worked at the “CMS International Legal Service” in Vienna, at the head of the legal office of the Children Ombudsman of Calabria. She was also the interarea Coordinator in charge of the courses for the establishment of a register of voluntary protection at the territorial courts of Calabria. She was Research and quality system Head for the Law Faculty at eCampus University, of which she was also the Coordinator.
She was a speaker, organizer, and member of the scientific committee at several international conferences.
She was invited as Visiting Lecturer in civil law at Yildirim Beyazit University of Ankara, at the Justice Academy of the Russian supreme court, and at the Pedagogical University of Krakow.
She was a partner, senior expert, and representative in several projects (national and international) that addressed minors´ protection or consumers’ protection.
In addition to publications in the field of civil law, she has published articles and books on minors protection, migrants, education of young refugees, women’s protection, human rights.
Paola Todini holds a Master degree in History of Italian Law at la Sapienza of Rome and a post-graduate in minor law at la Sapienza University of Rome.
Paola Todini speaks, besides her native Italian, English and French.