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Network and Internships

Specific care is dedicated to the opening of concrete working perspectives after the attainment of the diploma. Several contacts with the ‘world’ of food related activities, organizations and institutions are proposed already during the courses and connected initiatives. Thereafter, there will be a wide offer of stages and traineeships in the various specific comparts of students’ potential interest.

To date, internships have been kindly offered by:

  • Directorate General for Health & Food Safety – European Commission
  • FAO
  • Ferrero S.p.A.
  • Fratini&Vergano
  • ICC
  • International Chamber of Commerce - ICC Italia
  • Keller and Heckman
  • LCA Law Firm 
  • Marsh S.p.A.
  • Mipaaf – ICQRF
  • Nestlè
  • Nobiloni & Paratore Law Firm.
  • Rödl & Partner Law Firm

School of Law, as part of the extended network of Luiss Guido Carli University, has promoted several agreements with organisations and global institutions which have already offered their support to the master. These partnerships are critical for Luiss commitment to provide an excellent professional preparation and improve the educational experience of its students.

Institutional partners:


The Master in Food Law has promoted the signing of an Internship Agreement between Luiss University and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.

Thanks to this agreement two students from the Master in Food Law will have the chance to be assigned as intern at FAO to support the FAO Decentralized Offices and FAO Divisions on overall themes related to food safety, social and environmental protection, responsible investment, value chain economics. This is a unique opportunity for the students to enrich their academic knowledge with a practical work experience in a field related to the work of FAO.

The Internship Agreement, which follows the signing of a Collaboration Agreement in September 2019, is an important step forward in the cooperation between Luiss University and FAO and testifies Luiss ongoing commitment in raising awareness particularly in the younger generations on food security and sustainable development.


ICC Italy is the National Committee, based in Rome, of the International Chamber of Commerce. ICC as the world's largest business organization, founded in Paris in 1919, is the institutional representative of 45 million companies in more than 100 countries. ICC Italy promotes an open system of international trade and investment, supporting professionals and small, medium and large Italian companies in facing the challenges and seizing the    opportunities offered by globalization.


ICQRF is one of the major European control bodies of the agri-food sector. At the national level, ICQRF is responsible for the prevention and repression of fraud in the trade of agri-food products, the supervision of registered quality production (DOP, IGP, BIO etc), and the proper functioning of inter-professional agreements. At European and global level, it represents an ex officio and coordinating authority on wine and “Made in Italy” quality in all EU countries.


Mipaaf is responsible for the elaboration and coordination of agricultural, agri-food, forestry, fisheries and equestrian policies at national and international level. It represents Italy at European level in the negotiation and implementation of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the subjects of competence. The Ministry coordinates inspections on the agri-food and fishing sector through the control bodies which are the Central Inspectorate for Fraud Repression - ICQRF, the Coast Guard and the Command for the protection of forestry, environment and agri-food of the Carabinieri.


CVPO is a European Union agency, established in 1994, which manages the European Union system of plant variety rights covering the 27 Member States. Its task is to administer a system of plant variety rights, also known as plant breeders’ rights, a form of intellectual property right relating to plants. The CPVO manages the largest system of plant variety rights in the World. Since the creation of the CPVO in 1995 the office has received over 61,000, of which it granted over 47,000 applications, with over 25,000 titles currently in force.


EUIPO is the European Union Intellectual Property Office responsible for managing the EU trade mark and the registered Community design. The EUIPO is a strong support to the internal market of the EU, as its founders intended. It is an EU agency with a truly global reach, protecting innovation and creativity across the Union, and playing its part to strengthen intellectual property at European and international level. It also works with the IP offices of the EU Member States and international partners to offer a similar registration experience for trademarks and designs across Europe and the world.


The World Farmers'​ Organisation (WFO) is an International organisation which aims to bring together all the national producer and farm cooperative organisations with the objective to develop policies that favor and support farmers'​ causes in developed and emerging countries around the world.  WFO's work covers all agriculture related thematic areas including forestry, aquaculture and fisheries, environment, trade, extension, research and education.