Paolo Clarizia is a researcher (RTDA) in Administrative Law.
He was appointed professor of Administrative Law (SSD IUS/10) for the academic year 2016/2017. He was in charge of the course Local Authorities Law, European Union Law and Banking and Financial Intermediaries Law at various italian universities and carried out teaching activity in masters and specialization courses. In 2010, he attained the PhD in "European Law, History and Juridical Systems of Europe", at the Faculty of Law of the University Roma Tre, with the following final dissertation: “Il mutuo riconoscimento dell’atto amministrativo nell’ordinamento comunitario”. He is a lawyer, Member of the Bar Association of Rome (2008) and Member of the Bar Association for advocacy before higher courts. In 2013, he was appointed President of AGAMM (Associazione Giovani AMMinistrativisti). He participated as a lecturer to various national and international conferences and seminars. He authored various scientific magazines on magazines and collective publications. His research activity is focused on the digitalization of the administrative activity, on the damages to revenue competition, public competition and the administrative process.
The professor is available to receive the students at the end of the lessons. However, the students may also request an appointment by email.