Dr. Noah Vardi, Ph.D.

Dr. Noah Vardi, Ph.D., is a Lecturer in Private Comparative Law at the University of Roma Tre as of 2005. She holds a Degree in Law cum laude from the University of Roma Tre (2001) and a Ph.D. in European Private Law from the University of Verona (2005).
She was a Fulbright scholar at Yale Law School (2004) and has been a visiting scholar at the Hamburg Max Planck Institute for Comparative and Private International Law, at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, and at the Universities of Heidelberg and Paris.
Dr. Vardi has lectured and taught courses at the University of Roma Tre, at the University of Sassari, at the P·zm·ny PÈter University in Budapest, and at the European Master in Law and Economics Programme in Hamburg.
Her main fields of research and topics of publications concern European Private Law and Private Comparative Law, European Environmental Law, and Financial Markets Law. Her current research focuses on monetary obligations and financial markets.