Past academic experience

  1. June 1, 2019 - May 31, 2022: Senior lecturer in Administrative Law (RTDB) in the Department of Italian and Supranational Public Law, University of Milan, Italy;
  2. 2018/2019: adjunct professor, University of Milan. Teaching: Diritto dell’amministrazione digitale [Digital administration law] in the degree course in Administrations and Public Policies;
  3. 2016-2019: adjunct professor, University of Milan. Teaching: The Role of Public Administration in Enhancing Equitable and Sustainable Development, in the degree course in Sustainable Development.
  4. 2016-2019: adjunct professor, University of Milan. Teaching: US administrative law in the degree course course in Law.
  5. March 1, 2017 - February 28, 2019: research fellow, University of Milan, within the research project Public administration in light of recent reforms, in particular with regard to the tools of digitization of the Public Administration;
  6. September 1, 2015 - February 28, 2017: research fellow, University of Milan, within the research project PRIN 2012 (2012SAM3KM) on the Codification of Procedures of the European Union.

Professional experience

  1. December 2012 - October 2015: barrister at Greco-Muscardini Law Firm (Milan);
  2. September 2010 - November 2012: trainee at Greco-Muscardini Law Firm (Milan);
  3. January 2010 - August 2010: trainee at Bonelli Erede Pappalardo Law Firm (Milan);
  4. October 2009 - December 2009: internship at Carnelutti Law Firm (Milan).

Bar associations

  1. July 24, 2019: admission to the special list of University Professors of the Bologna Bar Association;
  2. December 3, 2012: admission to the Bologna Bar Association;
  3. December 1, 2010: admission as a trainee qualified to act as attorney to the Bologna Bar Association;
  4. October 15, 2009: admission as a trainee to the Bologna Bar Association.


  1. 2011 - 2014: Ph.D., University of Milan
    Ph.D. in Law, Administrative Law - Cycle XXVII
    Field of research: organizational autonomy of Member States and European competition principles
    Tutor: Prof. Diana-Urania Galetta
  2. 2008 - 2009: LLM, King’s College London
    Master of Laws in Law (LLM) - Specialisation in Competition Law
    Project promoted by the University of Bologna, ranked first on the list for admission to courses
    Courses attended: EC Competition Law, Competition Law and Regulated Network Industries, State Aid and State Regulation Law
    Topic of the Final Dissertation: "Unbundling in the Electricity Sector" - field: Competition Law - Coordinator Peter Alexiadis
    Final rating: Merit
  3. 2004 - 2009: Law degree, University of Bologna
    Degree in Law
    Subject of thesis: Disciplina amministrativa dell’energia elettrica e del gas nel Regno Unito e in Italia (Administrative Rules of electricity and gas in the United Kingdom and Italy) - field: Administrative Law - Prof. Giuseppe Caia
    Final grade: 110 cum laude
  4. 2007 - 2008: Erasmus, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
    Attendance of Spanish courses within the program Erasmus
    Courses attended: Constitutional Law (I and II), Administrative Law (I and II), Commercial Law (I)

Language Skills

  1. Italiano: mother tongue;
  2. Inglese: fluent;
  3. Spagnolo: fluent;
  4. Francese: good.

Other Skills

    Among the non-legal personal skills worth mentioning is the knowledge of different computer languages for software development, and an excellent knowledge of the most common productivity software such as the Office suite or Adobe Acrobat.