"You can’t love something without wanting to fight for it." - Gilbert Keith Chesterton

Emma di Toro obtained her Master's degree in law in 2015 at the University of Cassino. 

After that, she got a Doctorate in Civil Law with a comparative - international focus at the Pontifical Lateran University (between 2003 and 2006). 

She has always been interested in studying the evolution of human rights, primarily related to the transformation of the global economy. This interest becomes evident by a research thesis carried out under the guidance of Prof. Edoardo Ales entitled "International Labour Law and Globalized Economy" and then by the Ph.D. thesis carried out under the direction of Prof. Vincenzo Buonomo (Pontifical Lateran University) entitled "the reconfiguration of power in a global society: visions of governance" published in "Civitas et Iustitia" IV/I, Rome 2005.

Given her study experience at Leicester University (UK) with the European Working Group on Labour Law (2008: The right to strike in a comparative perspective) and after a legal practice carried out mainly in criminal matters, she decided to provide legal advice and assistance primarily to the so-called "fragile categories."

Recently she attended a seminar organized by ASGI and the Criminal Chamber of Oristano (06-2021) related to the administrative detention of migrants and protection of the personal freedom of irregular foreigners after having participated in the Technical and Deontological Training Course of the criminal lawyer organized by the Camera Penale di Latina (2018).

She is admitted to Rome Bar Association as a licensed practicing lawyer.

Speaks fluently in Italian and English.