Alice DiConcetto is a comparative animal law fellow in the Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School. During her previous appointment as a policy fellow, she conducted research on the effect of US agricultural policies on farm animal welfare. Her work also touches upon the legal status of animals in Abrahamic religions and its relevance in secular states.
Alice holds a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Latin American studies, and a Masters degree in Economic Law from Sciences Po – Paris, France. After graduating from Sciences Po in 2015, she earned an LLM in Animal Law at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, a degree for which she was awarded several grants, including a Fulbright scholarship. Alice passed the Paris bar exam in 2016. Since September 2017, she also acts in her capacity as consultant to help supervise the first animal law clinical project to be created in France, at Sciences Po Law School.
Over the course of her studies, Alice has had the opportunity to study in Brazil (Universidade de Brasília) and the United States (New York University Law School, Lewis & Clark Law School). She was born and raised in Paris, France.