Thanks to a bottom-up approach, some of the students participating in the EUWEB Module are included in all the activities with the establishment of the Secretariat of the EUWEB Module.
The Members of the Secretariat conduct the following activities:
Pure basic research: research of documents, sources and judgements;
Strategic basic research: selection of documents, sources and judgements in order to undertaken to acquire new knowledge;
Applied research: elaboration of original work undertaken primarily to acquire new knowledge with a specific application in view;
Experimental development: elaboration of systematic work, using existing knowledge gained from research or practical experience.

Members

Diego Cacciatore

Graduate Student at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University of Salerno, Diego Cacciatore has partecipated at several conferences organized by the Department of Legal Sciences, especially in International and Criminal Law.

Due to his research interests in the field of EU Law, he won a semester scholarship at the Charles III in Madrid (Spain).

Fluenty speaking in English and thanks to his several abroad experiences, he obtained Cambridge certification of language in 2017. He simultaneously studied for an ECDL certification and obtained it in the same year

Gerardo Ferrentino

Graduated in Political Science and International Relations (L-36) at the University of Salerno (Italy), he wrote a thesis in Diplomatic Law entitled “The Dynamism of the Diplomatic Mission”.

Motivated by a strong political passion, interested in international phenomena and issues, Gerardo Ferrentino decided to specialize in International Sciences (LM-52) at the Department of Political and Social Studies of the University of Salerno.

He is also currently participating in various research projects funded by University of Salerno in the field of International Law and EU Law and jurisprudence (i.e. Criminal Law, Human Rights Protection and Transnational Crimes).

Lidia Iannibelli

Graduated in Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University of Salerno (Italy), Lidia Iannibelli has always been interested in Comparative Law, Criminal Law and Human Rights Protection. She is also Candidate Lawyer at the Bar of Salerno.

Thanks to the ERASMUS program she carried out a training period at the University of Mannheim (Germany) and another one at the University of Murcia (Spain) for thesis research.

As Vice President for Academic Activities of ELSA (European Law Student’ Association) Salerno first and then of ELSA Italy, she has coordinated the design and implementation of numerous training activities including the “Human Rights Talks” (2020), “Strategie per Vincere” (2020), as well as local and national Moot Court Competitions and Negotiation Competitions. In addition, she has actively collaborated in the implementation of projects such as “Cyberspace and the Law” (2020), “ELSA Italy for European Constitution” (2020), Jean Monnet Summer School on “‘International and European Human Rights Law’”(2019), Jean Monnet Summer School on “Climate Change, Health and the Environment” (2018-2017).

Consiglia Langella

Graduated in Foreign Languages and Cultures at the Salerno University (Italy), Consiglia Langella is specializing in Global Studies and EU at the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Salerno.

She currently participates in various research projects funded by University of Salerno concerning wide range of subjects in the field of International and EU law and jurisprudence (i.e. Criminal Law, Human Rights Protection and Transnational Crimes).