Rossana Palladino (EU-DRAW JM Module Coordinator)
Ph.D., Associate Professor of European Union Law, Department of Legal Sciences-University of Salerno. Member of the “Observatory on the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice”, University of Salerno. Editorial Committee Coordination of the Review “Freedom, Security and Justice: European Legal Studies”. JM Module Leader (2017-2020) “PRO-Asyl, Asylum-Seekers Migration Under Evolution” and (2014-2017) “Migration and Fundamental Rights at the Southern Borders of the European Union” hosted by the University of Salerno.
Angela Di Stasi
Full Professor of International Law, Department of Legal Sciences-University of Salerno. Present General Secretary of the Italian Society of International and EU Law (SIDI-ISIL). Director of the “Observatory on the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice” and Director of the online scientific review “Freedom, Security & Justice: European Legal Studies”. Jean Monnet Chair Holder (2017-2020) “Judicial protection of fundamental rights in the European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice”. PRIN Project Coordinator (2020-2023) “International Migrations, State, Sovereignty and Human Rights: open legal issues”.
Ph.D., Associate Professor of European Union Law, Department of Legal Sciences-University of Salerno. Sign lawyer special register academics. Representative for Law Associate Professor at the Italian National University Council (placed in Rome, at the Ministry of Education, University and Research). Key-Staff Member of the Jean Monnet Chair “Judicial Protection of Fundamental Rights in the European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice” (2017-2020, University of Salerno). Member of the “Observatory on the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice” at the University of Salerno. Editorial Committee of the Review “Freedom, Security and Justice: European Legal Studies”.
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of International Law, Department of Legal Sciences-University of Salerno. Member of the “Observatory on the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice” (responsible for the section “Judicial cooperation in criminal matters” and “Administrative cooperation”) and of the Editorial Board of the online Review “Freedom, Security and Justice: European Legal Studies”. Adjunct Professor in EU Law – Department of Legal Sciences/Specialization School for legal professions (2013-2021). Research Fellow in EU Law and International Law (2009-2021).
Ph. D., Associate Professor of European Union Law, Department of Legal Sciences-University of Salerno. Jean Monnet Chair (2022-2025) “Promoting Public Awareness on Enlargement Policy, EU Values and the Western Balkans’ Accession (EUVALWEB)” and Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module (2019-2022) “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs” (EUWEB)”, University of Salerno; Key Teaching Member of the Jean Monnet Chair (2022-2025) “Reinforcing EU Responsible Global Leadership: Promoting Human Rights and Democracy Through Solidarity for a Rules-Based Multilateral World (ProSoEULaw Abroad)”, University of Pisa.
Maria Eugenia Bartoloni
Ph.D., Full professor of European Union Law, University of Campania “L. Vanvitelli”, Department of Law. Permanent member of the doctoral board of the PhD “Internationalization of legal systems and fundamental rights” at the University of Campania. Member of the scientific board of “Jus” and “Rassegna di Diritto pubblico europeo”, member of the referees’ board of “Studi sull’integrazione europea” and “Diritti umani e diritto internazionale”. Project coordinator of SELECT – “StrEnghten Lay and honorary judges European CompeTencies” JUST-AG-2020 / JUST-JTRA-EJTR-AG-2020 (https://selectproject.eu/).
Pablo Antonio Fernández-Sánchez
Full Professor of Public International Law and International Relations, University of Seville. Member of the University Institute of Latin-American Studies (IEAL), University of Seville, since 2016 and President of the Hispanic-Luso-American and Phillipine Institute of International Law (IHLADI), since 2018. Jean Monnet Chair’s Holder on European Integration from 1998 to 2014. Acting Judge at Superior Court of Justice of Andalucia, from September 1987 until September 1998 and august 2012 until 2017.
University professor at the Department of International and European Law at the University of Wrocław. Author of publications in leading Polish and European legal journals on European Judicial Area (civil and criminal), EU Citizenship, Internal Market, and the role of national judges in the application of EU law. Founding member and since 2022 vice-president of the European Association of Private International Law. Leader of Polish scientific teams in three research projects co-financed by the European Commission (DG Justice): EUPILLAR, TRANSFER OF PRISONERS and IC2BE and a national expert in AMICABLE and FACILEX projects.
Professor in the University of Law in Wrocław (Wyższa Szkoła Prawa we Wrocławiu) and Former Head of the Department of International and European Law University of Wrocław, Poland. Specialization in Law of the European Union and in Comparative Constitutional Law. Visiting Professor at the: University of California, Santa Barbara (USA), Macquarie University, Sydney (Australia), Université de Nice, Université Paris-Dauphine, Université René Descartes Paris V, Université du Maine, Université de Poitiers (France). Author of about 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals, proceedings of conferences or collective volumes.
Ph.D, Researcher and Lecturer of European Union Law, Department of Law- University of Campania “L. Vanvitelli”. Research Fellow in International Law (Research Project on “The independence of the judiciary and the Rule of law in the “dialogue” between European Courts), and Adjunct Professor of “Rule of law and EU fundamental values”, University of Salerno (2021). Junior Researcher of the Observatory on the European Area of Freedom Security and Justice (University of Salerno).
EU Law Analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) where she works for preparing analyses and publications on EU law and public international law and evaluation of their development on Polish law. In-house lawyer in Juice sp. z o.o. (since 03.2021 Head of Legal) where legal advising on day-to-day issues regarding civil law, intellectual property law, business law, corporate law, administrative law, private international law, tax law, labor law. PhD Candidate (end 2023) of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, Chair of International and European Law.