Daniele Gallo

Daniele Gallo
internal and international litigation and arbitration, competition and regulatory law, european law
Italian, English, French, Spanish, German (passive knowledge)

Daniele Gallo was born in Rome on 27 May 1978.Graduated (cum laude and special mention) in Law, from La Sapienza University in 2003; has been a member of the Rome Bar Association since January 2008, admitted to practice before the higher courts since 2020.

He gained his professional experience working with leading Italian and foreign professional firms.

He is specialised primarily in EU competition and regulatory law, EU internal market law, European constitutional and institutional law and the protection of fundamental rights. He has engaged and continues to engage in litigation activities before domestic courts, the Court of Justice, the European Commission, the European Court of Human Rights and international administrative courts. He has been a consultant for Italian and supranational public institutions.

He is the Jean Monnet Full Professor of European Union Law at Luiss, Department of Law, Rome, where he is, inter alia, the Advisor and delegate of the Rector for the Engage Alliance, coordinator of internationalisation and exchange programmes and Co-Director of the LLM in European Law and Policies.

He is a Research Fellow at the University of Lisbon and was previously a Jean Monnet Fellow (European University Institute, Florence), DAAD Scholar (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg), EU Fulbright Schuman Scholar (Fordham Law School, NY), Global Governance Fellow (KU Leuven), Visiting Recurring or Adjunct Professor at a number of universities in Europe (including Toulouse I Capitole University and Paris-Panthéon-Assas University) and in the United States (American University College of Law, Washington).

He is the author of more than 100 publications, including three monographs: 1) I servizi di interesse economico generale. Stato, Mercato e Welfare nel diritto dell’Unione europea, Giuffrè, Milan, 2010, 860 pp.; 2) L’efficacia diretta del diritto dell’Unione europea negli ordinamenti nazionali. Evoluzione di una dottrina ancora controversa, Giuffrè, Milan, 2018, 550 pp.; 3) Public Services and EU Competition Law. The Social Market Economy in Action, Routledge, London, 2021, 180 pp.

He is currently working on a book entitled Direct Effect and the Nature of EU Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2023.