Along with the teaching activity, the research programme will be organized so to develop a strand of excellence in the field of EU constitutional law, with a focus on direct effect, primacy and all other principles/doctrines/tools envisaged under EU law to interact with domestic legal orders, also in specif sectors of EU law, such as competition law and state aid.

Research activity and additional activities aimed at dissemination events will be organized also for the realization of five deliverables.


  • Monograph: Public Services and EU Competition Law, Routledge.
  • An edited volume on the relationships between the CJEU and Member States’ Constitutional Courts.
  • Monograph: Direct Effect and the Nature of EU Law, OUP.
  • Two journal special issues on aspects of EU procedural law before the CJEU as well as before domestic jurisdictions.