Massimo Fichera is currently Lecturer in European Studies at the Network for European Studies, University of Helsinki. His interests lie in constitutional theory and the intersection between EU and international law from an interdisciplinary perspective. He has published a monograph and two co-edited books, as well as a number of articles covering the area of freedom, security and justice, EU law, transnational law and same-sex marriage. He has been a Visiting Researcher at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL), Oñati (Spain) and is a member of various associations, including the International Association of Constitutional Law. In the past he has given lectures in several academic institutions, such as the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law and the IISL.
He was previously a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki. Before joining the University of Helsinki, he completed his PhD at the University of Edinburgh and carried out research during his internships in international organisations, including the European Commission and the United Nations. He holds a degree in Law (University of Messina) and a Master in International Affairs (ISPI, Milan) and qualified as lawyer in Italy.
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