Studying Law at Roma Tre

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Education and Qualifications:
Giulio Bartolini is Full Professor of International Law at the Department of Law, University of “Roma Tre”. He is also Director of the Roma Tre International Humanitarian Law Legal Clinic.
Diploma of the Academy of European Law, European University Institute (Human Rights Session), PhD in International and European Law (La Sapienza University, Rome), LL.M. in Political Science (Siena). Member of the European Society of International Law.

Academic Activities:
Prof. Bartolini is Editor-in-Chief of the Yearbook of International Disaster Law (Brill) and managing editor of the e-journal ‘Questions of International Law’.
He lectures at the Geneva Academy of IHL and HRs and at the Swedish Defence University and has been responsible of the ‘Doctoral Networking Sessions’ at the Hague Academy of International Law (Winter Session and Summer Session 2019, Summer Session 2022).
He has been visiting professor/researcher in several institutions, including: European University Institute (Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow); Paris X Centre de droit international de Nanterre; Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas; Leiden University, Grotious Center for International Legal Studies; British Institute of International and Comparative Law; Lauterpacht Centre, University of Cambridge.
He has organized multiple international and national conferences and has been speakers in several international conferences. He has been recipient of several grants as Jean Monnet Project, Jean Monnet Module, KA2 Erasmus Plus and grant agreements with IFRC.

Cooperation with relevant institutions:
Prof. Bartolini is judge at the Mission Appeals Tribunal established by NATO Allied Joint Force Command; Member of the National IHL Commission established by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; President of the Committee of Expert, Section International Humanitarian Law, of the Italian Red Cross and has acted as legal adviser for this National Society at the 32nd and 33rd International Conference of Red Cross and Red Crescent (2015, 2019).
Member of the board of the Italian Society of International Law (2009-2012).
Legal assistant to the UN ILC Special rapporteur on the protection of persons in the event of disasters.
Member of the ‘core expert group’ for the Oxford Guidance on the Law Relating to Humanitarian Relief Operations in Situations of Armed Conflict (University of Oxford/OCHA).
As Director of the Roma Tre IHL Legal Clinic Prof. Bartolini has managed several projects and desk studies on behalf of the ICRC, NATO SHAPE Allied Command Operations Legal Office, CoeSPU, Amnesty International, the IFRC, the Italian Red Cross, the Rome Military Tribunal.
Prof. Bartolini was awarded of the ‘Serge Lazareff’ Prize by the NATO SHAPE Allied Command Operations Legal Office for ‘excellence in legal service’, the Silver Medal by the President of the Italian Red Cross for his legal support and the annual ‘SIDI Premio’ of the Italian Society of International Law for the best paper in international and EU law.

Selected Publications:
A History of International Law in Italy”, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2020, pp. 512.
“Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Disasters”, Routledge, London, 2018, pp. 392.
Riparazione per violazioni dei diritti umani e ordinamento giuridico internazionale”, Napoli, Jovene, pp. 701.
Epidemics and the Future of International Disaster Law”, International Community Law Review, 2022, 257-280.
The Failure of ‘Core Capacities’ under the WHO International Health Regulations”, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2021, 233-250.
World War I and the Italian International Law Scholars”, in Journal of the History of International Law, 2021, 391-438
The Criminalization of War Crimes in Italy and the Shortcomings of the Domestic Legal Framework”, 21 International Criminal Law Review, 2021, 679-697.
The Historical Roots of the Due Diligence Standard”, in Heike Kriege, Anne Peters, Leonhard Kreuzer (eds.) Due Diligence in the International Legal Order, OUP, 2020, 23-41.
“Cultural Heritage and Disasters”, in Francesco Francioni, Ana Filipa Vrdoljak (eds.),The Oxford Handbook of International Cultural Heritage Law, OUP, 2020, 145-168.
A universal treaty for disasters? Remarks on the International Law Commission’s Draft Articles on the Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters”, in International Review of the Red Cross, 2017, 1103-1137.
Strengthening Compliance with International Humanitarian Law: The Failed Proposal for a "Meeting of States on International Humanitarian Law”, Italian Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2016, 202-225.
Attribution of Conduct and Liability Issues Arising From International Disaster Relief Mission: Theoretical and Pragmatic Approaches to Guaranteeing Accountability”, in Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 2015, pp. 1029-1058.
Article 25. Situation entre l’État prédécesseur et l’État nouvellement indépendant”, in G. Distefano, G. Gaggioli (eds.), Commentaire de la Convention de Vienne sur la succession des États dans les traités, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 2015, 911-926.
Article 5”, in R. Kolb (ed.), Commentaire du Pacte de la Société des Nations, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 2014, 205-273.
An Universal Approach to International Law in Contemporary Constitutions: Does It Exist?, in Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2014, 1287-1320.


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