Matteo Dragoni is a lawyer and scholar from Italy, whose practice and academic interests focus on international and comparative intellectual property law, law and new technologies, international trade law, and international arbitration. He has passed both the Italian and the New York bar exams.
He holds a J.D. from the University of Pavia, Italy, a Ph.D. from the University of Macerata, Italy, and an LL.M from Stanford University. Matteo has been the beneficiary of numerous scholarships, including a Fulbright Scholarship, a Michael Vinciguerra Fellowship, and a Rotary International Grant.
He has been a visiting scholar at several research institutions, including a recent experience as an Invited Researcher at the Intellectual Property Institute (IIP) of Tokyo, part of a program established by the Japanese Patent Office. Matteo currently practices law in Italy, advising both national and international companies, and is a Post-Doc Research Fellow at the National Research Council (CNR) of Bologna, Italy, as well as a Research Fellow at the University of Pavia. Matteo has been a TTLF Fellow since December 2016.