Dott. Carlo Caprioglio
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Carlo Caprioglio is a research fellow at the Roma Tre Law Department where he is also adjunct professor of the Legal Clinic on Migration and Asylum course. In 2019 he earned a Ph.D. in Legal Philosophy at the Roma Tre Law Department with a dissertation on the political economy of the EU border regime. In 2018, he was Visiting Ph.D. at the University of Kent Law School.
He is part of 'Escapes – Laboratorio di studi critici sulle migrazioni forzate,' a critical research center on forced migration at the University of Milan, and of the editorial team of the journals ADIR - L’altro diritto and Roma Tre Law Review.
Since 2016, he has conducted several fieldwork research activities in Southern Italy on migrants' agricultural labor and public policies against exploitation and the illegal gangmaster system (caporalato). From 2014 to 2016, he was part of the research team of the project 'Lexilium - Observatory on jurisprudence regarding administrative detention and removal of immigrants.'
His research interests focus on migration and asylum law, labor exploitation, administrative detention, and clinical legal education.