Isadora Neroni Rezende
Isadora Neroni Rezende is a doctoral researcher in the Law, Science and Technology Joint Doctorate - Rights of Internet of Everything, funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
Having obtained a high school diploma with the specialization in foreign languages, Isadora enrolled in the University of Bologna in 2013. There, she attended a double-degree programme in Italian-French Law, in partnership with the University of Nanterre (Paris X). During her fifth year, she attended a Master’s Degree in Human Rights Law at the University of Nanterre, and she graduated in Bologna with honours with a dissertation on the newly-established European PNR system, under the supervision of Professor Michele Caianiello.
After graduation, she worked as an intern in a legal firm in Paris, where she dealt with issues relating to aliens law and criminal law. Back in Italy, she became a trainee lawyer at the bar of Ascoli Piceno (Marche), where she is specializing in criminal law.
Her doctoral research focuses on the Surveillance risks in IoT applied to Smart Cities.