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XXXII Program (2016-2019)  

Sector:

IUS/08  Constitutional Law     IUS/10 Administrative Law     IUS/12 Tax Law
IUS/13 International Law     IUS/14 European Union Law     IUS/15 Civil Procedural Law
IUS/19 History of Medieval and Modern Law     IUS/21 Comparative Public Law  

 

Public, International and European Union Law Phd

NameContactSectorScientific Research AreaTutor
Francesco CAZZINIfrancesco.cazzini@unimi.itIUS/13Sustainability and International Trade Law in a WTO and FTAs perspective Prof.ssa Nerina Boschiero 
Lavinia DEL CORONAlavinia.delcorona@unimi.itIUS/08 Prof. Vittorio Angiolini 
Nannerel FIANOnannerel.fiano@unimi.itIUS/08The temporal modulation of the declaration of unconstitutionality’s effects provided by the Constitutional Court. An analysis in the light of the German experienceProf.ssa Maria Elisa D’Amico 
Francesca GELMINIfrancesca.gelmini@unimi.itIUS/14The principle of loyal cooperation in EU competiton law Prof. Ruggiero Cafari Panico 
Giacomo LATTANZIgiacomo.lattanzi@unimi.itIUS/10 Prof. Luca Santino Bertonazzi 
Chiara Teresa Maria LUNETTIchiara.lunetti@unimi.itIUS/13Actions deriving directly from and closely linked to insolvency proceedings under EU Regulation 848/2015Prof.ssa Stefania Bariatti 
Giulia PINOTTIgiulia.pinotti@unimi.itIUS/10Digitalization of PA, databases and european judicial system Prof.ssa Diana-Urania Galetta 
Miriam POSTIGLIONEmiriam.postiglione@unimi.itIUS/14The value of “precedent” in the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union Prof. Massimo Condinanzi 
Silvia SUTsilvia.sut@unimi.itIUS/12BEPS Action 10: analysis of its main impacts in the Italian, European and International contexts Prof. Giuseppe Marino 

 

Comparative, private and civil procedural law

Curriculum Civil procedural Law

Nome e CognomeContattiSettoreAree di ricercaTutor
Federico CARLETTI federico.carletti@unimi.it IUS/15  Prof. Angelo Castagnola 
Francesca DE GIORGISfrancesca.degiorgis@unimi.itIUS/15Contractual Claims and Objections: The Res Judicata Effect and the Appeal of Judicial Decisions Prof.ssa Laura Salvaneschi

 

Legal studies Cesare Beccaria

Curriculum Roman Law and Legal History

Nome e CognomeContattiSettoreAree di ricercaTutor
Brenno BIANCHIbrenno.bianchi@unimi.itIUS/19The conflict about enlightened reformism between France and the Grand Duchy of TuscanyProf.ssa Claudia Storti
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