Caterina Sganga


Short bio:

Caterina Sganga (PhD Sant’Anna ‘11; LLM Yale Law School ‘09; LLB ’04 and JD ’06 University of Pisa; Diploma ’04 and Master’s Diploma ‘06 Sant’Anna) is Associate Professor of Comparative Private Law at the DIRPOLIS Institute. Before joining Sant’Anna in October 2018, she was Assistant and later Associate Professor of Law at Central European University. In the past she was fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale, visiting researcher at the Center for Intellectual Property Policy at McGill University, and visiting professor at Maynooth, CEU, Europa-Kolleg of the University of Hamburg, Pisa. She is the coordinator of the H2020 RIA project reCreating Europe (Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally diverse, accessible creative Europe, 2020-2022, 10 partners, €3 million euro), member of several international IP and property law associations (EPIP, ATRIP, ALPS), and author of two books and several contributions on leading journals in her fields. Caterina is also avvocato at the Italian State Bar and attorney-at-law at the New York State Bar.


Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies

Research Area:

International and comparative IP law, comparative property law, law and technology

Geographical Area:

European Union, North America, Australia