Dr. Alice Riccardi is a Research Fellow in International Law at the Law Department of Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy), where she mainly works on a research project dealing with the intersections between United Nations Security Council (UNSC)’s sanctions and international criminal justice. Her research interests also cover International Disaster Law, International Human Rights Law, and International Humanitarian Law. She teaches International Criminal Law at LLM level, advises the Roma Tre Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Team and supervises the Roma Tre Legal Clinic Human Rights Guarantees in the Fight Against Terrorism. Dr. Riccardi is also an Italian qualified lawyer and in this capacity, she represents individuals targeted by UNSC smart sanctions before the Office of the Ombudsperson of the UNSC 1267 Committee. Prior to joining the Roma Tre Law Department, Dr. Riccardi was Research Fellow in International Law at UTIU (2013-2016), Visiting Fellow at the Max Planck-Institut fur auslandisches und internationales Strafrecht of Friburg, Germany (2011), served in the Legal Advisory Section of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (2009-2010) and in Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (2008).
Her recent publications include the monograph Sentencing at the International Criminal Court: From Nuremberg to The Hague (Giappichelli Editore|Eleven International Publishing, 2016) and several peer-reviewed articles and chapters in collected volumes dealing with International Criminal Law, the law of States’ responsibility and International Disaster Law.