Leticia is a PhD candidate in EU Law at the European University Institute and a Fulbright-Schuman Scholar. She holds a Master’s in Politics and Government in the EU from the London School of Economics, an LLM in European Legal Studies from the University of Bristol and a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the University of Granada. She was a visiting doctoral researcher at NYU in 2016, and has previously been an intern at the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Parliament.
Leticia is interested in the way EU law interacts with inequality, especially regarding litigation and judicial decision-making. She has been part of several research projects at the European University Institute (Constitutional Change through Euro-Crisis Law, European Regulatory Private Law) and worked on topics such as the application of the Francovich doctrine in Spain, the distributive impact of international trade legislation and the social impact of euro-crisis measures.