SENIOR

Stefano Busillo

Honorary fellow in Diplomatic and Consular Law at the Department of Political and Social Studies, University of Salerno  and teaching assistant in European Union Law, European Union Migration Law, International Criminal Law and International Organizations at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law), University of Salerno.

Stefano Busillo spent a traineeship period in Bruxelles working for an Italian law firm dealing with European Law (more precisely Competition and Market Regulation Law). After that, he has started off as Lawyer Candidate at the Bar of Salerno.

Having developed over the years a deep interest in International and EU Law, he actively served as member of the Secretariat of international meetings (such as “BREXIT from the perspective of EU and International Law”, 12 March 2019, Salerno – keynote speaker: Prof. Ramses Wessel; “Taking the Fundamental Values of the European Union Seriously”, 15 May 2019, Salerno – keynote speaker: Prof. Jan Wouters), and presented (with B. Gargano) a conference-speech on the “UN General Assembly Law–Making, Some Practical Examples” at Workshop “International Organizations as Law-Makers” 30 April 2018, Salerno (keynote speakers: Prof. Ramses Wessel and Prof. Jan Wouters).

He also has partecipated in scientific production on international and EU law and jurisprudence as well as in editorial assistance (such as “Law, Cultural Studies and the ‘Burqa Ban’. An Interdisciplinary Handbook” [Anja Matwijkiw & Anna Oriolo eds., Intersentia, 2021]; “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs – Essays” [T. Russo, A. Oriolo, G. Dalia eds., Illyrius International Scientific Review n. 14/I-2020]).

Emanuele Vannata

Ph.D. Candidate in “Legal Sciences” (International, European and Comparative Law) at the Department of Legal Sciences, University of Salerno. Honorary fellow in Diplomatic and Consular Law at the Department of Political and Social Studies, University of Salerno  and teaching assistant in European Union Law, European Union Migration Law, International Criminal Law and International Organizations at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law), University of Salerno.

Emanuele Vannata is Lawyer Candidate at the Bar of Salerno.

Due his research interests in the domains of international and EU law and jurisprudence (such as ethical issues, environmental and health protection, cultural heritage, and judicial and police cooperation), he participated in several research projects funded by University of Salerno and attended the Jean Monnet Course  on “Migration and Fundamental Rights at the Southern Borders of the European Union” (2015), the Jean Monnet Summer School on “Climate Change, Health and the Environment” (2018) and the Jean Monnet High Specialized Course on “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs” (2020) at  the University of Salerno. He actually attends the Postgraduate Specialization on EU law at the University of Naples “Federico II”.

Emanuele Vannata also actively served as member of the Secretariat of International Conferences  on “Le principes généraux du droit dans la jurisprudence international”, Salerno 28 November 2018 (keynote speaker: Prof. Guillaume Protiére); “BREXIT from the perspective of EU and International Law”, Salerno 12 March 2019 (keynote speaker: Prof. Ramses Wessel); and “Taking the Fundamental Values of the European Union Seriously”, Salerno 15 May 2019 (keynote speaker: Prof. Jan Wouters). Together with his research’s activities, he is furthermore active in scientific production on international and EU law and jurisprudence and in editorial assistance (such as “Law, Cultural Studies and the ‘Burqa Ban’. An Interdisciplinary Handbook” [Anja Matwijkiw & Anna Oriolo eds., Intersentia, 2021]; “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs – Essays” [T. Russo, A. Oriolo, G. Dalia eds., Illyrius International Scientific Review n. 14/I-2020]).

JUNIOR

Orsola Ilenia Conte

Graduate Student in Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University of Salerno (Italy), Orsola Ilenia Conte cooperates in several research projects funded by University of Salerno in the fields of international and EU law and jurisprudence (such as criminal law, human rights, judicial and police cooperation).

She also analyzed the subject of the protection and valorization of cultural heritage in the framework of the initiatives of the Italian Fundation for the Environment (Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI)) and attended a specialization English course at the Language Learning International Institute, in Dublin.

Recently, she developed an interest in assistance, social care and social security systems. This led her to join an EU-recognized project such as “Take me home” (E53H18000160006), with the support of the European Social Fund.

 

 

Bonaventura Gargano

Graduated Student in Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University of Salerno (Italy), Bonaventura Gargano is included in several research projects funded by University of Salerno concerning a wide range of subjects in the fields of international and EU law and jurisprudence (i.e., cultural heritage, criminal law, human rights, judicial and police cooperation, and ethical issues).

In the contest of his research interests, he participated in the Secretariat of numerous international conferences at University of Salerno and presented (with S. Busillo) a conference-speech on the “UN General Assembly Law–Making, Some Practical Examples” at Workshop about “International Organizations as Law-Makers” (30 April, 2018).

Currently, he was selected for an internship at Law firm “De Berti, Jacchia, Franchini e Forlani”, in Bruxelles.

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.