Riccardo Tremolada is a member of the research team for the project "Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: towards an integrated approach on national and international stage" (7th Framework Programme of the European Commission, Marie Curie People, International Research Staff Exchange Scheme). He is also a Research Associate (Edge Hill University, U.K., and University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy). His main research areas of interest are public international law, international energy law, international economic law, European law, international investment law and nuclear law. He worked as a Research Associate on projects implemented at Harvard Law School (Cambridge, USA) about Current Trends of Chinese Law towards Non-Trade Concerns and on the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) assessment to assist the accession of Belarus to the WTO (in particular the TRIPs agreement).
He obtained his combined J.D./LL.M. magna cum laude from Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy), and he took part in several international law programs such as the one held at the Peking University School of Government in Beijing (China) on Climate Change and Environmental Protection and Intellectual Property Rights and China. He was selected for the LLP Erasmus at Université Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne (France). He also worked at the Fair Trade Advocacy Office (FTAO) in Brussels and for an international law firm in Paris. He speaks Italian, English, French and Portuguese.