Andrea Caligiuri, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of International Law at the Department of Law, University of Macerata (Italy), where he teaches currently International Law, International Criminal Law and European Union Law.
Andrea Caligiuri’s research spans a number of International Law fields, with a particular focus on international criminal law, international human rights law and law of the sea. He has published in peer review journals and collections in these fields. He has edited a book in Italian on the obligation aut dedere aut judicare in international law. He also co-edited three books in the field of safeguard of the human rights in Europe, environmental emergencies at sea and governance of the Eurozone.
Andrea Caligiuri has participated in a number of scientific conferences and workshops in Italy and abroad. He is Principal Investigator in the Research Project funded by the University of Macerata: “Marine Resources Management Plan for the Adriatic and Ionian Region – MaReMaP-AIR” (www.unimc.it/maremap). He is also involved in externally funded projects.
Andrea Caligiuri is a member of the Ph.D. Board of Legal Studies at the University of Macerata. He currently serves as Member of Editorial Board of the online review “Questions of International Law”, Member of Editorial Staff of the review “Diritti umani e Diritto internazionale” and member of Editorial Committee of “Italian Yearbook of International Law”. He is also member of the following scientific associations: Società italiana di diritto internazionale e di diritto del’Unione europea, Association Internationale du Droit de la Mer (founding member), Societé Française pour le Droit International.