The Department of Law of the University of Verona promotes and carries out research in the academic area of Law and is currently made up of 56 faculty members and 6 technical and administrative staff. Lecturers and researchers are exclusively law experts who operate in 19 of the 21 scientific disciplinary sectors in the Law area. The high quality of teaching and research in a wide range of relevant sectors has earned the Department an excellent ranking in the national Evaluation of Research Quality project (VQR 2004-2010).
Full Professor of Labour Law, European Law and Antidiscrimination Law. Her main focus is to explore the new forms of contract of employment and the national and supranational regulation of immigration and free movements of workers.
Full Professor of International Law. Her research areas include EU law, international family law and human rights. Member of expert groups at international and EU level (EU Commission, ISS, EJN).
Associate Professor of European Union Law. Her main areas of research are EU Immigration Law and EU Competition Law. She is committed in several projects regarding EU family law co-funded by the European Commission under the Justice Programme.
PhD, senior researcher in EU Law at the University of Bergamo from 1 June 2021. Her research activities focus on fundamental rights protection and EU PIL issues, also related to family matters and collective redress.
Ph.D. in European and International Legal Studies, senior research fellow in EU Law. She conducts research in EU law, especially regarding competition and IP, as well as private international law in relation to civil and family matters.
PhD, research fellow at the University of Milan-Bicocca and of Florence. He has the National Habilitation as Associate Professor in Comparative Law. He conducts research on anti-discrimination law, children’s rights, privacy and the right to food.
Ph.D. in Civil procedure at the University of Milan-Bicocca. His areas of research are damages dispute, same-sex family law, legal procedures of gender reassignment.