Mario Filice

Mario Filice (1989) is Ph.D. in European and Global Markets Law at the University of Tuscia, Italy.

He discussed (2017) a thesis on “The judicial review on the acts adopted by the Independent Authorities”, obtaining an excellent score. He graduated cum laude at the Faculty of Law of the University of Roma Tre (2013), discussing a thesis in Administrative and Environmental Law.

He currently work as junior consultant at the FOIA Competence Center, established in the Department of Public Function of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.

Previously, he worked as Lecturer (2017) and as Researcher (2018) at the National School of Public Administration, in which he collaborate on the training courses about Transparency Policy in the Public Administration as well as Freedom of Information Regulation.

He is a Teaching Assistent (2014) in Administrative Law and in European Administrative Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Tuscia. He also cooperated (2014-2016) as Tutor and Discussant on the Legal Argumentation and Moot Court Simulation Laboratories (Juris-Argo) at the same University.

He was Visiting Research Scholar at The City Law School of The City University of London, in the Visiting Scholar and Research Fellow Programme (2016), in which he worked on a research project on the “Judicial control on the decisions adopted by Regulatory agencies: recent trends and comparison with the Italian system”.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Research on Public Administration (IRPA), in which he is working on the research on the Accountability of the European Administrations, coordinated by Prof. Giulio Vesperini and Prof. Edoardo Chiti as well as in the research on the Administrative Trasparency, coordinated by Prof. Mario Savino and Prof. Bernardo Mattarella. He deals with the activity of the IRPA web site.

He is a Fellow of the Observatory of the Impact Analysis of Regulation.

He collaborates with the Administrative Journal.

He obtained (2017) a licence to practise law.

His main research interests are: Independent Authorities and Judicial Review, Markets Regulation, Discretionary Powers, European Agencies, Transparency and Administrative Procedure.