Assistant Professor in Constitutional Law at the Law Department of LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome. Coordinator of the Center for Parliamentary Studies in the same institution. He is Academic Coordinator of the LUISS module of EUPADRA.
He holds a PhD in Law, Methods and techniques of Lawmaking and Assessment from the Faculty of Law, University of Genoa.
Formerly he held a research grant in Public Law in the Department of Political science in the LUISS University of Rome. He was Emile Noel Fellow at the Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice, New York University (NYC, USA). He was visiting professor at the Center of European Studies, University of Florida (Gainesville, USA), and EUOSSIC Visitor at the Department of Management, Monash University (Melbourne, Australia).
He has also significant experiences in the legislative drafting, having been legal advisor to a MP (2004-2006), stagiaire at the Senate of Canada on the Speaker’s staff (2008), legal advisor to the Committee on Legislation at the Italian Chamber of deputies (2009-2010), legal expert on the staff of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development (2014-2015).
He teaches Constitutional Law (in English) at the Law Department and Public Law (in Italian) at the Political Science Department, LUISS University of Rome. He holds Legislative Drafting courses in several Master at the LUISS School of Government.
His monograph on the amendment procedures in the Italian Parliament (L’emendamento nel processo di decisione parlamentare, Cedam, 2008) won the annual prize of Italian Constitutional Law Association in 2010. He is author of some 50 publications on parliamentary procedures, parliamentary organization and legislative studies. Currently, his research interests cover the role of parliamentary legislation in the EU, the legislative process and the role of national parliaments in the EU.
Commitment in EUPADRA
Within EUPADRA he teaches, together with Renato Ibrido, a course on Organisation of Parliaments and sources of law in the LUISS module (link syllabus).
He is available to supervise EUPADRA thesis on: parliamentary procedure, law and legislation in the European public space, multilingual drafting.