Prior to pupillage, Margherita interned for Judge Ozaki and Judge Eboe-Osuji at the International Criminal Court’s Trial Chambers in The Hague. She worked on the Ruto Sang and Ntaganda cases, developing valuable skills to handle the evidentiary and legal complexities of international criminal law.
During her BPTC year, she worked as a Free Representation Unit volunteer, representing clients in their Employment Law claims, and as a volunteer mentor for Vocalise UK.
Additionally, Margherita has experience in private international law, chiefly in investment treaty regimes, acquired during her extensive work as research assistant to Dr. Michael Waibel.
Finally, Margherita also briefly worked for UNICEF’s Office of Research Innocenti, assessing the effectiveness of legislation on teacher absenteeism in Sub-Saharan Africa.