Luca Brunoni holds a Master of Law in Swiss Law (magna cum laude) and a Master of Arts in English and American Literature (summa cum laude), both from the university of Neuchâtel.
He works as a scientific collaborator (adjoint scientifique) at the Institut de lutte contre la criminalité économique (ILCE) of the HEG Arc of Neuchâtel (HES-SO// Haute école de Suisse occidentale), where he also teaches English and American law.
His main fields of interests are Law and new technologies, Law and popular culture, American and English law, Business law, and IP law.
He also enjoys writing fiction: he has published a novel and written several short films.
His website is lucabrunoni.com
- Brunoni, Luca, Private Cyberwars and the right to hack back, in: Jusletter 5. Dezember 2016
- Brunoni, Luca. Popular Culture and the Fight Against Cybercrime: How Fictional Stories Raise Awareness of new Threats and Shape Public Opinion. The International conference «Preventing and Combating Cybercrime»: Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 20-21 May 2016. Ads. Ioana Vasiu and Florin Streteanu. Cluj: Accent, 2016.