Researcher at the Department of Law at the University of Palermo, where she teaches “Human Rights”, “Sociology of Law” and “Ethics and the Market”.
She deals with Street Law programs within the Legal Clinic for Human Rights of the University of Palermo. “Polipolis” has designed and conducted an educational experimentation for unaccompanied foreign minors, from which “Giocherenda” was born, a company run by young refugees that invents and builds cooperative games.
Among her books: Investigation in Ballarò. The right seen from the margin (Navarra 2019); Racists by law. Italy that discriminates (Laterza, 2012); The theory of subordination and the case of Dalits in India (Rubettino: 2008).

Clelia Bartoli is a faculty member of the School of Palermo.