Maria Lucia Passador

Maria Lucia Passador is a John M. Olin Fellow in Empirical Law and Finance and an LL.M. Candidate at Harvard Law School. She holds a Combined Bachelor and Master of Science in Law (J.D. equivalent) with highest honors and a Ph.D. in Business Law both from Bocconi University, where she also works as an Academic Fellow. She is a member of the Milan Bar Association.

Her primary areas of interest include corporate law, corporate governance, financial markets regulation, and her current research project is related to the traditional IPOs and to the alternatives available, mainly to the SPAC phenomenon.

Maria Lucia has published several articles (hyperlink if available: both in the United States (appeared in Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law, New York University Journal of Law and Business, Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, Virginia Law & Business Review) and in Italy (appeared in Rivista delle Società, Giurisprudenza commerciale, Rivista del diritto societario, Giurisprudenza italiana).

She also was Junior Academic Visitor at the Commercial Law Center at Harris Manchester College (University of Oxford), Visiting Researcher at Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, at Columbia Law School, and at Harvard Law School.