Alice Di Concetto is a lecturer in European animal law at the Sorbonne Law School. She additionally founded Animal Law Europe, a consultancy firm specializing in EU animal law and policies, where she provides services to major EU-based animal protection nonprofits and public administrations.
Over the past two years, working in public affairs, Alice has achieved the inclusion of additional provisions in favor of farm animal welfare in the EU’s agricultural policy. Her efforts as an animal law specialist have also contributed to the creation of a European animal welfare label on animal source food products sold in the EU, as part of the EU Green Deal.
Prior to her arrival in Brussels, Alice completed a two-year appointment as a fellow in the Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School. Her research at Harvard focused on the U.S. Farm Bill’s impacts on animal welfare, and she completed additional research on the legal status of animals in comparative constitutional law.
Alice earned a master’s degree in Animal Law (LLM, 2016) from Lewis & Clark Law School (Portland, OR), for which she obtained a Fulbright grant. She graduated from Sciences Po Law School in Paris.