- Tiziano Zgaga, former MELP student (a.y. 2015-2016) and MELP academic tutor (a.y. 2016-2017 and 2018-19), now Research Manager of the Horizon2020 programme “EU3D – Differentiation, Dominance, Democracy” at Luiss.
"In the Master/Master of Law (LL.M) in European Law and Policies, I found a high-level faculty, with instructors from Italy and abroad, from an academic and non-academic environment. I could learn a lot from them but also from my colleagues, Italians and non-Italians, political scientists and lawyers, and many other different backgrounds. I chose this Master due to its strongly interdisciplinary approach. It perfectly matched my interests, which embrace political science and law. To me MELP is the perfect combination to study the EU and understand how it works – politically and legally. This is why I would recommend this Master to everybody who sees him-/herself across two macro-areas – EU politics and EU law – but also to those who want to complement their knowledge: lawyers wishing to study in depth the EU but also grasp the concrete functioning of its policies and institutions; political scientists who believe – as I do – that EU law matters for their research and in their future career."
- Federica Bruno, former student of the Master in European Law and Policies and currently Legal Officer at DG SANTE at the European Commission.
"Master / Master of Law (LL.M) in European Law and Policies has been pivotal for my professional development. It has provided the necessary tools to tackle the next stage of my career. At the end of the master, I decided to leave my job and start a new internship experience at the European Commission, since this was my dream. From that choice I have started the new chapter of my current life. Now I am a Legal Officer at DG SANTE, where I work on environmental protection, health and food safety and the free circulation of goods and services."