Alberta Martini Barzolai Lawyer
(Civil Lawyer, Court of Udine)
Curriculum Vitae
Born in 1987, she graduated cum laude in law at the age of 23 at the University of Udine, discussing a thesis in civil law entitled 'Non- patrimonial damage from default'.
Since 2011 she has been working permanently withthe chair of civil law at the University of Udine, where she has been appointed as a lecturer in the matter in civil and private law. In the same year she was admitted to the Phd in European Union Law at the University of Ferrara, where she obtained the title in 2015, discussing a thesis concerning the responsibility of the operator for the supply of food information to consumers.
The research was awarded as teh best doctoral thesis of the XXVII cycle and proposed by the teaching staff for publication in the IUSS Annals. In addition to teaching and research at the faculty of law, she has held the position of professor of private law ate the University of Udin, for three consecutive academic year; has a total of 250 hours of frontal teaching. From 2017 to 2018 she was a research fellow in civil law at the University of Udine.
Since the end of her university studies, in addition to her academic and research activities, she has constantly taken care of training and updating both in Italy and abroad, withregard to civil law, European private law, food and wine law and European Union Law.
She is currently attending the second year of the two-year specialized advanced training course in `The right of persons , Family Relationships and Minors` organized by the National Observatory on Family Law at the University of Roma Tre.
Among the most recent cycles of training events in which she took part are:
- 2016, Cycle of events on food and wine law (15 Hours)
- 2017, Master in Wine Law (16 Hours)
- 2019, Advanced Training Course in Food Law (80 Hours)
- 2019, Refresher Course in law of succession (12 Hours)

She is the author of several publications on civil liability, succession law, customer law, contracts and family law. She has partecipated as a speaker at some conferences on agri-food law issues and, in particular, her interventions focuse on issues related to food safety, liability for damage from defective food products,contracts in the food supply chain, nutritional and health claims, distinctive signs and geographical indications.
Unfair commercial practices and the sanctioning activity of the AGCM in the food sector. Qualified to practice law in 2014 (2013 session), she carries out her profesional activity in the Court of Udine dealing mainly with issues of Civil Law, Family Law and Succession Law and Agri-Food Law.
She speaks and writes fluently in English.