Alice Di Concetto was born and raised in France. She holds a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Latin American studies and a Masters degree in Economic Law from Sciences Po (Paris, France). After graduating in 2015, she pursued her studies with an LLM in Animal Law at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, for which she was awarded several grants, including a Fulbright scholarship.
Over the course of her studies, Di Concetto has had the opportunity to study in Brazil (Universidade de Brasília) and the United States (New York University Law School, Lewis & Clark Law School). She speaks five languages, including French, English, and Spanish.
Di Concetto is primarily interested in farm animal issues and the intersections with welfare state studies and social justice issues, and wildlife law from an international criminal law perspective through the notion of environmental crime. She is currently taking the Paris bar exam and just started as an Animal Law fellow at the Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School. Her work will mainly focus on analyzing the animal welfare component of the Farm Bill in close collaboration with other law school clinics.
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