Professor Andrea Gattini
Since 2005, Professor Andrea Gattini has been a full-tenured professor of international law at the Law School of the University of Padua. Since 2010, Professor Gattini has been director of the IELPIE Summer School (International & European Law & Policy on Investment and Environment), a joint initiative of the University of Padua and the University of Venice. Previously he was a professor of international law at the universities of Urbino and of Sassari, with teaching assignments in international law, European Union law, and international trade law. He has been a visiting professor (or visiting researcher) at the universities of Munich and Würzburg (Germany), Paris II-Panthéon (France), and University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, USA). He holds an SJD from the Ludwig-Maximilian Universität of Munich, a JD from the University of Bologna, and a political science degree from the University of Padova.
In 2011 he was one of the counsels for the Federal Republic of Germany in the case Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v. Italy) at the International Court of Justice.
Professor Gattini is the author of two monographs dealing with the theory of international responsibility, and of some 40 contributions to journals of international reputation, among them the European Journal of International Law, the Leiden Journal of International Law, the Journal of International Criminal Justice, as well as in collected essays, Festschriften etc., on a wide array of subjects ranging from international responsibility, dispute settlement resolution, and sources of international law to United Nations law and European Union law.