Sofia Grossi was born in 2000 and grew up in Florence, Italy. After graduating with a double French and Italian diploma and spending her fourth year of high school in Vancouver, Canada, she relocated to Rome.
She is currently enrolled in her final year of the Master’s Degree in Law at Luiss University and she is majoring in Law and Innovation. In 2022 she spent a semester at the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom.
She aims at continuing her academic education after completing her law degree, focusing on Public Policy and Media Studies.
She is interested in digital innovation from a legal and humanitarian perspective. She is also focused on public policy, politics, and international affairs, with emphasis added on the comparative analysis between different legal frameworks.
She has gained professional experience in the legal field working in a law firm where she conducted legal research, drafted legal documents and took part in the preparation of defense strategies. She also cultivates her passion for humanitarian action by taking part in multiple volunteering programs.
She is a highly curious person with interest in developing diverse knowledge in order to keep an open-minded approach allowing her to look at the world as a nuanced environment with multiple interests in need of balance. She is also keen on travelling and discovering new cultures, developing at the same time her skills in foreign languages.
In her free time, she dedicates herself to literature and creative writing, developing strong writing and communication abilities.
Her areas of specialty are:
• Public Law
• Intellectual Property Law
• Data Protection law