Find more about our most recent prize winners.
Oreste Pollcino was assigned the 2022 Bocconi Legal Studies Award for his book "Judicial Protection of Fundamental Rights on the Internet. A Road Towards Judicial Constitutionalism?" (Hart Publishing, 2021)
Lorenzo Gasbarri has won ex aequo the SIDI award (Italian Society of International Law and European Union Law) for his article 'The Notion of Institutional Practice in United Nations Law' (2021) 24 Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law 3.
Leonardo Borlini has been awarded a Visiting Professorial Fellowship at the Singapore Management University. The Fellowship is funded by the Yong Pung How School of Law. Prof. Borlini will join the Singapore Management University Yong Pung How School of Law in 2023.
Damiano Canale has been awarded the Julius Stone Professorial Visiting Fellowship, University of Sydney. The Fellowship is funded by the Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Found. Prof. Canale will join the University of Sydney School of Law in 2023.
Graziella Romeo obtained a grant from Fondazione Cariplo as the principle investigator on the project "Aligning with Law Family Arrangements: Non-traditional Families’ Contribution to Addressing Italy’s Demographic Crisis” (ALFA).
Marcello Gaboardi was assigned the 2021 Bocconi Legal Studies Award for his article “New Ways of Protecting Collective Interests: Italian Class Litigation and Arbitration through a Comparative Analysis,” published in the Journal of Dispute Resolution, Volume 2020, Issue 1.
Leonardo Borlini was awarded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) the NWO Visitors Travel Grant (March 2020) for the Project “The future of food safety and sustainability in globally integrated markets”, research to be conducted at the Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus Initiative Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity (Erasmus University of Rotterdam) in summer 2021.
Leonardo Borlini was awarded by the Embassy of the United States in Rome (U.S. government-funded and U.S. government-sponsored exchange) the 2020 Alumni Small Grants (June 2020) for the Project “Redesign municipal services to create city value in the aftermath of Covid-19” (Co-PI with Prof. Greta Nasi).
Leonardo Borlini was awarded the Fulbright Research Scholar Grant for the project “Multilevel Governance of International Public Goods: The Case of Food Safety” (a.y. 2018-2019) by the US-Italy Fulbright Commission.
Leonardo Borlini received the “Leonardo Da Vinci” Medal-2019 from the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research for the article Deepening International Systems of Subsidy Control in EU PTAs: A Comparative Analysis. Normative Rationales and Legal Implications, in 23(3) Columbia Journal of European Law, 2016/17. The Leonardo Da Vinci Medal is awarded by the Conference of University Rectors for the best scientific or artistic original work, by young researchers. Leonardo Borlini was ranked no. 1 in the final ranking.