Giulio Napolitano (1969) is full professor of Administrative Law at the University of “Roma Tre”.
He is a graduate of “Roma La Sapienza” Law School (1993). He earned his Ph.D in Contract Law at “Scuola superiore Sant’Anna” in Pisa (1997). He served as assistant professor at Roma La Sapienza University and as associate professor at “La Tuscia” University, before becoming full professor in 2003.
He studied at the Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht of Heidelberg (2001-2007) and at the New York University, School of Law (2008, 2010). Currently, he is member of the Board of editors of the European Public Law Review and of the Comparative administrative law network promoted by the Yale Law School.
He has published extensively in the fields of theoretical foundations of administrative law, comparative administrative law, regulation and antitrust, economic analysis of law, sport’s law. His books include Servizi pubblici e rapporti di utenza (2001), Pubblico e privato nel diritto amministrativo (2003), Regole e mercato nei servizi pubblici (2005), Le autorità al tempo della crisi (with A. Zoppini, 2009), Analisi economica del diritto pubblico (with M. Abrescia, 2009).
Among the English language publications there are Towards a European Legal Order for Services of General Economic Interest (2005) and The Role of the State in (and after) the Financial Crisis (2010).
He served as legal counsel of the Prime Minister on Quality of Regulation Affairs (2006-2008). Since April 2009, he is Chairman of the Supervisory Board on Equality of Access to the Telecom Network, appointed by the National Regulatory Authority (AGCOM). He is a consultant of the Italian regulatory authority for the energy sector (AEEG). He is one of the Expert of the Commission encharged by the Italian Government to draft a Global Legal Standard on Business, in the framework of the Italian Presidency of the G8 in 2009. On January 2008 he was invited, as a regulatory affairs expert, to a hearing about the new package on the single market of energy before the European Parliament.
Since 1998 he is a barrister in the district of Rome. He was a member of the Board of Appeal of the Italian Olympic Committee (2001-2008).
He knows perfectly written and oral English and he has a good knowledge of French and German language.