Francesco Giovanni Albisinni

Francesco Giovanni Albisinni (1982) is Ph.D. in Administrative Law, defending the thesis “Democratic legitimacy and accountability of global public powers” (2012). He graduates in 2007, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Faculty of Law. Final grade: 110/110 cum laude. Thesis: “General authorization in telecommunications”, supervisor Prof. Luisa Torchia.

He held (2015-2016) the position of Deputy Chief at the Legislative Office of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism. He was an adjunct professor (2015-2017) of Urban and Cultural Heritage Legislation at the Faculty of Architecture, La Sapienza University of Rome. He was awarded the teaching position of Cultural Heritage Law (2019-2020) at Link Campus University. He holds (since 2021) a teaching position in Cultural Heritage Law at the University of Tuscia in Viterbo.

He is a lecturer in administrative law at the Faculty of Law of the University “Roma Tre”. He was (from 2008 to 2014) a practicing lecturer of the Level II Master’s Degree in Administrative Law and Science of Administration at the University “Roma Tre”. He is a practicing lecturer (since 2015) of the Level II Inter-University Master’s Degree in Administrative Law (MIDA), currently established at the School of Law of the Free International University of Social Studies “Guido Carli”. He is a lecturer (since 2016) of the Master in Public Contract Law established at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata,” where he coordinates the teaching activities related to “Tender Management and Adjudication.”

He is a member of IRPA-Istituto di Ricerche sulla Pubblica Amministrazione (since 2011) and a member of the IRPA Board of Directors (since 2019). He is also a member of the Scientific Committee of IRPA publications. He has participated in numerous research projects promoted by IRPA, on the following issues: Italian administrative system (2008-2009), proceedings of independent administrative authorities (2010), economic crisis and public intervention (2011-2012), citizenship from a comparative perspective (2013-2014), administrative system and productive activities (2015), comparative analysis of the principle of transparency (2017), bureaucratic cost of energy (2019), private intervention in the cultural heritage sector (2020-2021).

He was admitted (2010) to the bar in the district of the Court of Appeal of Rome and qualified to practice before the higher courts (2021). He has practiced as a lawyer at several law firms. He worked at the Irti Law Firm (2014-2015), where he mainly dealt with issues related to administrative law, public procurement law, health law, and public utilities. He currently collaborates (since 2017) at Luisa Torchia Law Firm, where he deals with litigation matters and consultations regarding administrative law.

He edited the book “The Involvement of Private Entities in the Enhancement and Management of Public Cultural Property” (Editoriale Scientifica, 2022) and published scholarly contributions on the following issues: administrative law, cultural heritage law, public service law.