Alice Manzini joined Brmingham Law School in September 2017 as Marie Curie PhD Fellow in the framework of the Horizon 2020 Marie Curie Innovative Training Network on EU Trade and Investment Policy (EUTIP).
Since joining the school, she has been visiting researcher at the University of Turin (September-October 2018) and at the George Washington University Law School (November-December 2018).
Previously, she worked as a lawyer-linguist at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. Before that, she was awarded the Renzo Imbeni scholarship, funding a traineeship at the European Parliament in Brussels where she worked under the DG Presidency. She also interned in the Italian translation unit of the European Court of Justice. Moreover, she practised as a lawyer in several law firms in Italy, completing her legal training of 18 months.