Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Public Law at LUISS Guido Carli University – Department of Political Sciences, and Academic Coordinator of the Master in “Parliament and Public Policies” in the same institution.


In 2012, he holds a PhD in Comparative Public Law at the University of Siena, Italy. In 2011 and 2012, he was a visiting Phd researcher at the Instituto de Derecho Parlamentario-Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He was an intern in the Italian Chamber of Deputies (Office for the Rules of Procedure and Committee on Legislation), in the Italian Government Legal Service (“Avvocatura generale dello stato”) and in 2013 he achieved the habilitation to practice as attorney.

He is member of the editorial staff of “Il Filangieri”, “Osservatorio AIC”, “”.


In 2015, his monograph on “The interpretation of Parliamentary Law” won the Franco Angeli – Collana “Studi di diritto pubblico” annual prize for the best book proposal in the field of Public Law. Moreover, he is author of several publications about Parliaments, forms of government and legal interpretation. Currently, his research interests focus on the constitutional implications of the European Banking Union.

Commitment in EUPADRA

Academic Coordinator of the LUISS Unit of EUPADRA (together with Cristina Fasone and Giovanni Piccirilli).

Within EUPADRA he teaches, together with Giovanni Piccirilli, a course on “Organisation of Parliaments and sources of law” in the LUISS module (link syllabus).

He is available to supervise EUPADRA thesis on sources of Parliamentary Law and role of Parliaments within Banking Union governance.