Ph.D. Professor of International and EU Law and Lecturer of International Criminal Law and Diplomatic and Consular Law at University of Salerno (Italy); Lecturer of Law and Policies of the European Institutions, Faculty of Economics, University of Sannio (2007–2009); Lecturer of International Law & European Law, Faculty of Economic, Legal, and Political Sciences, University of Cagliari (2014); Lecturer of International Law & European Law, Université Lumiere Lyon 2 (2016-2019); Professor of International Law and EU Law, Specialization School for Legal Professions, University of Salerno, (2017–2021); 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 (2006–2020); 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, jurisprudential cross-fertilization, execution of international treaties; international procedure (fair trial and individual guarantees), maritime security, international protection of human and peoples’ rights, ethics and international law. 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.