Elena Christine Zaccaria is a lecturer in corporate, financial and commercial law at Brunel University London. Prior to joining Brunel, she worked as a guest lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She holds degrees from the LSE (PhD 2015); the University of Macerata, Italy (PhD 2007), the University of Queensland, Australia (LLM 2013) and the University of Bari, Italy (LLB 2001). Elena has also worked in private practice (both in Italy and the United Kingdom) and as a research analyst for the UK Representative Office of Banca d'Italia (the Italian Central Bank), gaining practical exposure to areas of financial regulation, capital markets, corporate law and restructuring.
PhD, London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE (United Kingdom)
PhD, University of Macerata (Italy)
LLM, University of Queensland (Australia)
LLB, University of Bari (Italy)
Admitted as solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in September 2009
Admitted to the Italian Bar (Ordine degli Avvocati) Bari, Italy in December 2004
Newest selected publications
Zaccaria, EC. (2017) '‘An Inquiry into the meaning of possession and control over financial assets and the effects on third parties’'. Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 18 (1). pp. 1 - 30. ISSN: 1473-5970 Open Access Link
Zaccaria, EC. (2013) ''Diritti di proprietà intellettuale e finanziamento alle imprese: le garanzie reali sulla proprietà industriale''. Rivista di diritto privato, 3. pp. 363 - 389.
Zaccaria, EC. (2007) 'Sopravvenuto squilibrio delle prestazioni (hardship) e adattamento del contratto nel commercio internazionale', in Alpa, G. and Capilli, G. (eds.) Lezioni di diritto privato europeo. Cedam. pp. 405 - 422.
Zaccaria, EC. (2006) 'L'adattamento dei contratti a lungo termine nell'esperienza giuridica statunitense: aspirazioni teoriche e prassi giurisprudenziali'. Contratto e Impresa, 2. pp. 478 - 506.
Zaccaria, EC. (2005) 'The Effects of Changed Circumstances in International Commercial Trade'. The International Trade and Business Law Review, IX, August. pp. 135 - 182.