Chiara Cellerino is Research Fellow and lecturer in EU Law at the University of Genoa and at LUMSA University (Rome), she holds a Ph.D. in EU Law from the University of Udine (2011) and an LL.M. from Columbia University (2010).
From 2006 to 2012 she worked as an attorney at law in Genoa focusing on transportation law, civil and commercial law, EU law (internal market and state aid), private international law and commercial arbitration. She has also gained professional experience in International organizations such as the EU Parliament (Bruxelles) and the OSCE (Vienna).
Her research interests are constitutional aspects of EU external relations and EU common commercial policy, with a special focus on investment policy.
She is the author of a monograph (Soggettività internazionale e azione esterna dell’Unione europea: fondamento, limiti e funzioni, Aracne, 2015) and several comments and articles on external relations and internal market law, state aid and European private international law.