Bianca LoGiurato


Bianca LoGiurato received her Bachelor of Arts degree in both Gender and Sexuality Studies and Italian Studies from Dickinson College in 2017. She was selected to present her final thesis at the annual ROWGS Symposium. Bianca studied at the Università di Bologna, in Bologna, Italy, and before beginning her legal career, worked as a teaching assistant in Milan as part of the S.I.T.E. Fellowship Program.

Bianca received her Juris Doctor from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2021 and earned a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for her work in Gender, Sexuality and the Law. During law school, Bianca participated in the Mediation Clinic, where she helped resolve employment discrimination disputes as a mediator, and a clinic in the United States Attorney’s Clinic Department of Civil Rights Enforcement. Bianca also served as president for the Lambda Law Society and as a Symposium Editor for the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal for the symposium, Does an Impartial Jury Exist? An Analysis of Implicit Bias in Jury Selection.