Matteo Gnes

Matteo Gnes is a tenured Associate Professor of Administrative Law in the Department of Law (Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza) of the University of Urbino Carlo Bo. He teaches Administrative Law in the Law School, and Administrative Law, Public accountancy and Italian Public Law in the School (formerly, Faculty) of Political Science (where he has also taught also Administrative law (Advanced course), Local Government Law and European Administrative Law). In December 2013 he passed the national competition to become Full Professor (“professore ordinario”) of Administrative Law.
He is the Director of the Master in Administrative Sciences of the University of Urbino Carlo Bo and the coordinator of the research center named “Centro di ricerca sulle pubbliche amministrazioni (Ceripa)”.
In the Spring semester 2007 he has been Fulbright Visiting Professor (Fulbright Distinguished Lecturer Chair) at the Georgetown University of Washington D.C. (USA).
Born in Rome in 1971, he graduated with full marks (summa cum laude) at the Law Faculty of the University of Rome “La Sapienza” in January 1995, presenting a thesis in the field of European and Italian competition law. In 1992-1993 he studied at the Law Faculty of the University of Leiden (The Netherlands) where he attended many courses in the field of EC law, international law, comparative law and competition law; in 1996 he achieved the Master of the Academy of European Public Law organized by the European Group of Public Law. On 1 June 2000 he achieved the PhD of the European University Institute of Florence, presenting a thesis on the impact of EC law on administrative justice.
Since 2000 he worked as research associate in Administrative law at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Urbino, where he became a tenured researcher in Administrative law in December 2002 (getting on duty on 1 November 2003). In 2005 he passed the competition to become Associate Professor of Administrative law (getting on duty on 1 March 2008).
He has taught courses in Administrative, Public, European and International Law in several Italian and foreign universities.
He has been co-director of the review Gli Stranieri (2012-2013), and cooperates with many reviews, among which Rivista trimestrale di diritto pubblico, Giornale di diritto amministrativo and European review of public law. He published two books, many essays and articles in the field of administrative law, public law and EC law.
He is currently member of: the European Group of Public Law (from 1999); of the Scientific council of the PhD program run by the School of Political Science of the University of Urbino (from 2002); and is member of Irpa – Istituto di ricerche sulla pubblica amministrazione.