Antonia Baraggia is Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer in Constitutional Law at University of Milan (Italy), Department of National and Supranational Public Law. She lectures on Social Rights Protection in a multilevel perspective within the LLM program on Sustainable Development at University of Milan.
She has been Visiting Research Fellow at Fordham University, School of Law and Visiting Scholar at University of Fribourg (Switzerland). She holds a PhD in Public Law from University of Turin. She serves as one of the members of the Editorial Staff of the Italian Journal of Public Law. She is also member of the
Antonia’s expertise lies at the intersection of Comparative Constitutional Law, European Union law and Human Rights. Her research interests include the role of courts, the Eurozone crisis, Constitutional change and social rights protection considered in a comparative perspective.
She authored a book on Higher Education in Europe and in Italy and several publications in Italian and in English on the effects of the financial crisis on national constitutional systems and on the European Union, on the economic conditionality, on fundamental rights protection in comparative perspective and on the dialogue among Courts.