The EUWEB module consist of training seminars guided by the module’s teaching staff and national and international experts, with the active participation of representatives of local police stations, prefectures, territorial bar associations, student associations, as well as non-profit associations.

Informal meetings and roundtable debates among the teaching staff, national and international experts, and the representatives of the different stakeholder categories, also from the Balkan countries, will precede each annual module to plan the best implementation, involve them in the work of the module, enhance cooperation, and create a synergistic working group that monitors the “democratic” progress of the Western Balkans in the EU accession process according to a culture of openness and participation of future EU citizenship that is ever-widening.

KEY STAFF MEMBERS

Module Leader

Teresa Russo

Skills and Expertise

Ph.D. and Researcher of International and EU Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University of Salerno, qualified as Associate Professor for the competition field 12E/4 “EU Law” (since 2017). She is also Aggregate Professor of International Organization (since 2009), Lecturer in EU Migration Law (since 2018), Lecturer in EU and International Law in the Master of International Commercial Law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” and at the School of Specialization for Legal Professions at the Department of Legal Sciences of the University of Salerno. She is Scientific Supervisor of several Erasmus agreements, including Scientific Coordinator of the agreement between the University of Salerno and the University of Vlorës in Albania admitted to funding from the European Commission under the Erasmus + Program – Key Action 1 with partner countries, 2017-2020. She has been invited to various universities to lecture on EU Law.

She has been Member of the Scientific Committee and speaker at many conferences in Italy and abroad on topics concerning EU studies. Her research activities and publications (books, book chapters, articles, etc.) focus on current issues of International Law and International Organizations, as well as EU law with specific reference to the constitutional evolution of the EU integration process and the democratization of external EU action. Her specific experience and scientific role in the agreement with Albanian universities will ensure the highest quality and impact of teaching and research, also thanks to a network of contacts established with local institutions.

As module leader, she will carry out teaching and research activities concerning EU-Western Balkan cooperation on cross-border security (migration and asylum management).

 

Member of the teaching staff

Anna Oriolo

Skills and Expertise

Ph.D. Professor of International and EU Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) University of Salerno; Lecturer of Law and Policies of the European Institutions, Faculty of Economics, University of Sannio (2007–2009); Aggregate Professor of International Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, University of Salerno (2011–2019); Lecturer of International Law & European Law, Faculty of Economic, Legal, and Political Sciences, University of Cagliari (2014); Lecturer of International Law & European Law, Universite Lumiere Lyon 2 (2016); Professor of International Law and EU Law, Specialization School for Legal Professions, University of Salerno, (2017–2019); Lecturer of International Law & European Law for the JM Summer School on Climate Change, Health, and the Environment, University of Salerno (2018). She is Scientific Director of several research programs financed by the University of Salerno (2006–2019); Member of the Board of the Ph.D. program in International Law and National Law on International Issues, Department of Legal Sciences, University of Salerno, Italy.

Her works (in Italian, English, and French) cover a wide range of subjects in the field of international law and EU law, i.e., international criminal law, enforcement of decisions of international tribunals, execution of international treaties; international procedure (fair trial and individual guarantees), maritime security, international protection of human and peoples’ rights. Her specific expertise in the field of EU and international criminal law will ensure the highest quality and impact of teaching and research.

As a key staff member, she will carry out teaching and research activities concerning EU-Western Balkan cooperation on transnational crimes.

Member of the teaching staff

Gaspare Dalia

Skills and Expertise

Ph.D. and Aggregate Professor of Comparative Criminal Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law), since a.y. 2014/2015; Aggregate Professor of the General Theory of Process at the Faculty of Law, University of Salerno (2009–2014); Researcher of Criminal Procedure Law (since 2005) at the Department of Legal Science (School of Law), and scholarship holder of the annual specialization in Criminal Law at the University of Munich (2000). He is a legal practitioner as a criminal lawyer (2002) and Professor of Criminal Procedural Law and Deontology at the School of Specialization for Legal Professions in the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University of Salerno. He has been Scientific Director of professional training courses in Criminal Procedure Law in the Training Offer Plan of the Bar Association of Salerno (2010–2014).

He has been invited to various universities to lecture on matters of criminal procedural law. He has been Member of the Scientific Committee and speaker at many conferences in Italy and abroad. He is author of several scientific publications in criminal law and criminal procedure law, particularly in matters of judicial cooperation and criminal investigations between Italy and the countries of the European Union, as well as non-EU countries. His expertise and practice as lawyer in the field of criminal procedural law will ensure the highest quality and impact of teaching and research.

As a key staff member, he will carry out teaching and research activities concerning EU-Western Balkan judicial and police cooperation.