Full Professor of Administrative Law, University Suor Orsola Benincasa of Naples
Currently Chair holder of Administrative Law and Administrative Justice (Advanced Course)
Aldo Sandulli was born in Rome, Italy, December 2nd 1966.
Law degree summa cum laude, March 1990 (Faculty of Law, University of Rome “La Sapienza”).
Ph.D. in Organization and functioning of public administrations (Faculty of Law, University of Rome “La Sapienza”).
Full Professor of Administrative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Napoli “Suor Orsola Benincasa” (since 2006). Full Professor of Administrative Law, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Urbino (2003-06). Associate Professor of Administrative, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Urbino (2001-03). Researcher in Administrative Law, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Urbino (1996-2001).
Scholarship of the National Research Council (C.N.R.) (1990-1991).
Member of the Board of Regents of the University of Urbino (2002-03 and 2006).
Director of the Master in Administrative Sciences, University of Urbino (2003-06).
Director of the Master in Administrative Law, University of Napoli “Suor Orsola Benincasa” (2006-10).
He was Jean Monnet Research Fellow in the Law School of University of Michigan (2008), Herbert Smith Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Law of the University of Cambridge, England (2004) and Visiting Professor in the University of Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000). He studied in London (LSE, 1992), Leeds (1994), Paris (Sciences Po, 2001).
Teacher in courses (Public Law, Administrative Law, Competition Law, Local Government Law, Regional Law, Administrative Trial Process Law) for students and for public employees in Italian universities and in public and private institutions.
Rapporteur in symposiums and seminars in Italy and abroad.
Author or co-author of reports for public and private institutions, including the Italian Cabinet and the Ministry of Public Function and the Cabinet of the Regione Marche.
Member of the Italian Commission for the Access to the Administrative Documents (CADA) (2002-05).
He is rapporteur at the Italian Constitutional Court (2009).
Member of the European Group of Public Law.
Member of the board of editors of Italian Journal of Public Law and Rivista trimestrale di diritto pubblico.
He has written extensively – both on Italian and foreign reviews – in different research fields (European administrative law, European integration legal tools, competition law, fundamental rights, administrative justice, administrative proceedings, social and health services, education) and he is the author of four books: “The Proportionality of Administrative Action” (“La proporzionalità dell’azione amministrativa”, Cedam, Padova, 1998); “Procedural Administrative Law” (“Il procedimento”, in Trattato di diritto amministrativo. Parte generale, vol. II, Giuffrè, Milano, 2000); “The Italian Educational System” (“Il sistema nazionale di istruzione”, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2003); “Building the State” (“Costruire lo Stato”, Giuffrè, Milano, 2009). He is working on the relationship between National and Supranational Courts. He is also editor and co-author of several books: “The Great Cases of the Italian Council of State” (“Le grandi decisioni del Consiglio di Stato”, Giuffrè, Milano, 2001); “Cases and Materials of Administrative Law” (“Casi e materiali di diritto amministrativo”, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2001); “Applied Administrative Law” (“Diritto amministrativo applicato”, Giuffrè, Milano, 2005); “Administrative Justice” (“Diritto processuale amministrativo”, Giuffrè, Milano, 2006), “The Science of Administrative Law in the Second Half of the XX Century” (Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli, 2008).