Dr  Giulia Gentile

Dr Giulia Gentile

LSE Fellow

LSE Law School

Room No
New Academic Building 7.23
Languages
English, French, Italian
Key Expertise
EU law, Fundamental rights

About me

Giulia Gentile is Fellow in Law at the LSE Law School. She joined LSE Law School in 2021, having previously worked as Lecturer and Postdoctoral Researcher at Maastricht University and as Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London. She holds a PhD and an LLM from King’s College London and an LLB/MA from the University of Naples ‘Federico II’. During her doctoral studies, she was awarded research scholarships by the Centre of European Law at King’s College London and the Max Planck Institute of European Procedural Law (Luxembourg).

Giulia was a visiting researcher at the Centre de droit européen of the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris) and at the Max Planck Institute of European Procedural Law (Luxembourg). She is a co-editor of the first book on the role of non-doctrinal research methods in international legal scholarship (Edward Elgar, 2019), and her research was published, among others, in the European Constitutional Law Review, the German Law Journal, the European Papers and the Review of European Administrative Law.

Giulia is a qualified lawyer at the Italian Bar Association and gained legal experience, among others, at the chambers of Judge Lucia Serena Rossi at the Court of Justice of the European Union and at the M&A Department of Clifford Chance (Milan).

Administrative support: Law.Reception@lse.ac.uk

 

Research Interests

Giulia’s research interests lie in EU constitutional law, the protection of EU citizen’s rights in the post-Brexit era and the promotion of human rights within the digital environment. 

Teaching

Books

  • Gentile G., Lonardo L., Deplano R., Nowak T., 2023, Interdisciplinary Studies of European Union Law (forthcoming with Edward Elgar Publishing)
  • Bonelli M., Eliantonio M., Gentile G., 2022, Article 47 of the EU Charter and Effective Judicial Protection: the Court of Justice’s Perspective, Volume 1 (forthcoming with Hart/Bloomsbury Publishing)
  • Bonelli M., Eliantonio M., Gentile G., 2022, Article 47 of the EU Charter and Effective Judicial Protection: the National Courts’ Perspective, Volume 2 (forthcoming with Hart/Bloomsbury Publishing)
  • Deplano R., Gentile G., Lonardo L., 2019, Pluralising international legal scholarship: the promise and perils of non-doctrinal research methods, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 224

Book Chapters

  • Gentile G. and Menzione S., 2022, Searching the Pieces of the EU's Justice Puzzle: Articles 47, 48, 49 and 50 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, in Bonelli M., Eliantonio M., Gentile G., Article 47 of the EU Charter and Effective Judicial Protection: the Court of Justice’s Perspective, Volume 1 (forthcoming with Hart/Bloomsbury Publishing) (accepted/in press)
  • Gentile G., 2022, The CJEU Scrutiny of National Procedural Rules under Article 47 EUCFR: Between EU Constitutional Essentialism and the Enhancement of Procedural Justice in the Member States, in Kas B. and Mak C., (eds.) Civil Courts and the European Polity: The constitutional role of private law adjudication in Europe, Hart/Bloomsbury Publishing (accepted/in press)
  • Gentile G., 2021, ‘Verba volant, quoque scripta?’ An analysis of legal effects of national soft law measures implementing EU soft law in France and the UK, in Eliantonio M., Korkea-aho E. and Stefan O. (eds.), EU Soft Law in Member States: Theoretical Findings and Empirical Evidence, Hart/Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 77–96
  • Gentile G. and Lonardo L., 2019, The effectiveness of appeals against EU sanctions: a quantitative study, in Deplano R., Gentile G. and Lonardo L., 2019, Pluralising international legal scholarship: the promise and perils of non-doctrinal research methods, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 127–148

Journal Articles

External Activities

Giulia is a team member of the research project ‘Fundamental Constitutional Principles’, led by Professor Takis Tridimas and Professor Elise Muir and funded by the European Law Institute. She is also an external fellow of the Centre of European Law at King’s College London. 

Public Engagement