Magistrate, Prosecutor on Italian Supreme Court. Expert on legal problems of communication and Informatics and Informatics law. He is the author of several studies on the subject of freedom and fundamental rights and interactive communication. Is lecturer of Information and computer law at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", in information technology-computer science Department.
Selected publications: La responsabilità civile da reato informatico in Diritto dell'informatica AA. VV. UTET 2014, Cybercrime, responsabilità degli enti, prova digitale, Cedam 2009,Diritto e deontologia dell'informazione, Cedam 2006, Diritti nella rete, Valori umani, regole interazione tecnologica globale, Milano Franco Angeli 2006, La sicurezza dei dati personali, in AA. VV. Il codice dei dati personali, temi e problemi, Milano Giuffrè 2004, Esperienza giuridica e sicurezza informatica, (with preface by Romano Prodi and Lee Loevinger) Milano Giuffrè 2003.
Full Professor of Public Comparative Law at the Law School of the University of Naples “Suor Orsola Benincasa”. Lawyer in front High Court. In the Academic Year 1988-89 he graduated summa cum laude in Law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, with a dissertation on constitutional law. In 1995 he concludes his PhD program in Theory of the State and comparative political institutions. In April 2000 he is nominated by the Minister for the Parliament Relations as a member of the Board of sudy on “Tecniques of editing normative texts”. In February 2002 he is nominated, by an act of the President of Council of Ministers, member of the Ministerial Research Committee on the reform of Italian bicameralism and parliamentary immunity.View all profile
In February 2005 he is nominated as member of the Ministerial Board, constituted in the Department of the Environment in order to edit legislation on environmental subjects. In March 2006 he is nominated, by a President of Republic’s Act, as a member of the “Commissione di garanzia dell'attuazione della legge sullo sciopero nei servizi pubblici essenziali” (Indipendent Agency monitoring the implementation of the legislation on strikes). In June 2013 he is nominated, by an act of the President of Council of Ministers, as a member of Ministerial Research Committee on the reform of Italian Constitution. He is co-director of the Law Review “Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo”; co-director of the Law Review “Percorsi costituzionali”; co-director of the Law Review “Munus. Rivista giuridica dei servizi pubblici”; co-director of the Law Review “Diritto dell'informazione e dell'informatica”; member of the Directive Committee of the Law Review “Rassegna Parlamentare” and “Federalismi.it”. He is member of the scientifical committee of the Law Review, “Rivista giuridica del mezzogiorno”, “Teoria y Realidad Consititucional”, “The Future of Science and Ethics” (Fondazione Umberto Veronesi). He is President of Association “Diritto pubblico comparato ed europeo”.
He is a Vice-President of Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche.
He is author of many books (constitutional law and comparative public law) and more two hundred essays on Law Review. In english: The internet access as fundamental right, in Italian Journal of Public Law [www.ijpl.eu], n. 2, 2013, e in Studia prawnicze. Studies in Law, n. 1, 2014; In praise of Sovereignty, in Mediterranean journal of Human Rights, n. 17, 2013; Democracy, Electoral Systems and Lobbies, in Federalismi.it, n. 2, 2014.
The last books are: in english, The Gamble of Fiscal Federalism in Italy, Forum of Federation, Ottawa, 2010; after, in italian, La lotta per i diritti. Le ragioni del costituzionalismo, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, Napoli 2012 and Liberté Egalité Internet, Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli 2015; Declinazioni del governare, Giappichelli, Torino 2018
Full professor of Private Comparative Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Trento. He teaches: Civil law, Legal skills, Private law of the information technology, Private law and cognitive sciences. He directs the Lawtech Group of the University of Trento. He studies topics at the border between different knowledge. In particular, he deals with law and technology. He is the author of many essays and many books including: “The law of the digital age” (Il Mulino, Bologna, 2016) and “Problem solving in legal professions” (Il Mulino, Bologna, 2017). For further information: www.giovannipascuzzi.it
Full professor of comparative law in the University of Roma Tre, where he has held also courses in ICT Law and EU Transport Law. From April 2012 to March 2015 he has also been Rector of the Rome University of International Studies (UNINT). In that University he still teaches International Trade Law. From June 2013 he is Chairman of the Italian Association of Comparative Law. He holds degrees in Law and in Political Science from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” and has completed his studies in the USA (Harvard) and in England (Cambridge).