Manuela Giacomini was born and raised in Genoa in 1987. She graduated in Law on March 2013 at the University of Law in Genoa discussing a thesis entitled “Free movement and family reunification for the Third Country nationals in the light of the judgment Dereci November 15th, 2011”.
In the period from April to June 2013, she attended the course “Intensive Academic English” at the University of California in San Diego.
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In 2015 she attended the Advanced Course in Food Legislation at the University of Eastern Piedmont.
On April 2018, she gave a lecture at the Monash University of Law in Melbourne about “The evolution of the Animals’ Rights under European Law”.
On 2022, she collaborated with the University of Law of Genoa in the organization of the Conference “The Welfare of Non-human Animals: Autonomous or Instrumental Value?” where she also participated as a speaker.
In addition, she was heard by the Committee of Inquiry on the Protection of Animals during Transport of the European Parliament (ANIT) as Lawyer specialized on the transport of live animals in Europe.
Manuela regularly represents animal protection nonprofits on cases involving the protection of animals.
Manuela was born and raised in Italy, and graduated from Genova Law School. She joined Conte & Giacomini Avvocati law firm in 2013, where she practices in the fields of criminal Law and EU law, as well as animal law.
She joined Conte & Giacomini Avvocati law firm in 2013, where she practices in the fields of Criminal Law and EU law, as well as Animal law.