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Andrea Stazi

Andrea Stazi

Regulatory Affairs Lead, South Europe and Academic Outreach Europe, Google

Andrea Stazi, Regulatory Affairs Lead for South Europe and Academic Outreach Europe at Google. Andrea leads on the regulatory issues and campaigns in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Malta & Cyprus, along with managing the academic outreach in Europe. He is also an Associate Professor of Comparative Law and New Technologies Law and Director of the InnoLawLab at European University of Rome, and Visiting Professor in Biotechnology Law at National University of Singapore. He authored many scientific publications, among which the books “Smart Contracts and Comparative Law”, Springer 2021, and “Biotechnological Inventions and Patentability of Life”, Edward Elgar 2015.

Previously, Mr Stazi was Advisor to the Chairman of the Italian Communications Authority and to the Italian Undersecretary of Defense, Visiting Professor in Law and Technology at the Singapore Management University, Research Associate at the FLACSO University of Buenos Aires, Max Planck Institute for Competition & IP Law of Munich, Institute for Information Law of the University of Amsterdam, and Coordinator of the Master in Competition and Innovation Law at Luiss University of Rome and Adjunct Professor at the University of Bologna. Ph.D. in Competition Law, he participated in the Executive Program in Exponential Technologies of the Singularity University.

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