Angelica Bonfanti (Ph.D.) is Associate Professor in International Law in the Law Faculty of the University of Milan, where she teaches the courses EU Law on Business and Human Rights and Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law and the workshop Business and Human Rights in the Digital Era. She is the Head of Studies of the LL.M. in Sustainable Development of the University of Milan and a member of the Coordinating Committee of the Interest Group of the European Society of International Law (ESIL) on International Business and Human Rights.
Her research activity chiefly focuses on public and private international law, business and human rights, cyber law, and international trade and investment law. She is the author of the book "Imprese multinazionali, diritti umani e ambiente. Profili di diritto internazionale pubblico e private" (Milan: Giuffrè, 2012) and of many book chapters and articles published in collected volumes and legal journals, as well as the editor of the volume "Business and Human Rights in Europe: International Law Challenges" (London/New York: Routledge, 2019) and the co-editor (with F. Romanin Jacur and F. Seatzu) of the book "Natural Resources Grabbing: An International Law Perspective" (Leiden: Brill, 2015). She is a member of the editorial committee of legal journals specialized in international law, has been often invited to present the outcomes of her research at international and national conferences, and has participated to research projects funded by the Italian government and the European Union.