Daniela Piana, PhD
PhD in sociology at the University of Paris IV Sorbonne in 2001. Jean Monnet Fellow (EUI) in 2003, Fulbright Fellow (UC Berkeley) in 2007, associate at the Institut des Hautes Études sur la Justice in Paris and at the Institute of social sciences of politics (ENS Paris Saclay). She coordinates “Just Europe”, ICEDD Luiss. Member of the Observatory for the assessment of the impact of the reforms for the growth of the country, in the Cabinet of the Minister of Justice from 2014 to 2017. Currently a member of the OECD Research Conference On Justice, carries out international research activities in collaboration with the Société de Législation Comparée. Appointed in January 2019 member of the Office of Studies of the Council of State.
Her research interests are at the crossroads of sociological and political disciplines and focus on the transformation of the rule of law, both in relation to social dynamics in multi-cultural societies, and in relation to the hybridization of languages – natural and artificial – is still related to the redefinition of the functional and territorial boundaries to which the law refers.