GIULIO NAPOLITANO

Giulio is a Full professor of Administrative Law. After obtaining his Ph.D. at Scuola Sant’Anna di Pisa, he was an Administrative Law researcher at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, then an Associate Professor at Università della Tuscia, and, after obtaining the certificate of conformity, Full Professor of Public Law. He started teaching at Università di Roma Tre, Political Science School on November 1, 2008.

From January 1, 2013, he is now Full Professor at Università di Roma Tre, School of Law.

Throughout the years, he taught Public Law for Economics, Public Law Institutions, Administrative Law, Administrative Discipline of the Company, Public Service Law, Economic analysis of Public Law.

He studied and researched abroad at the University of Frankfurt, University Paris II, Max Planck Institute of Heidelberg. In 2008, he was a Program Affiliate Scholar at New York University, School of Law.

He was part of various study and research committees at parliamentary committees, ministry, and public bodies, in the context of reforming of the non-profit organizations, regulations of public services, administrative simplification, independent authorities, statutes of sports bodies, popular banks. He coordinated numerous researches financed by the National Council of research and by the “Ministero dell’università e Della Ricerca” and directed the focus on regulative activities of the government. He is a member of the board of directors of the European group of Public Law. He was one of the curators of “Dizionario di diritto Pubblico” led by Sabino Cassese and published by Giuffrè in 2006.