Lucio Di Cicco obtained his university degree in law (2011) at the University of Florence, Italy.
In 2016, he obtained his LL.M. degree in European Competition Law and Regulation (cum laude) from the University of Amsterdam. His LL.M thesis ("The Price of Loyalty: The Inconsistencies of the ECJ's Ordoliberal Approach towards Rebates") dealt with the topic of dominant position.
He is an External PhD Candidate at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG).
His research focuses on the intersections between data protection, competition law and consumer law within the European Energy Market in the wake of the large-scale smart meters roll out.