Ph.D. Candidate in “Legal Sciences” (International, European and Comparative Law) at the Department of Legal Sciences, University of Salerno. Honorary fellow and teaching assistant in European Union Law, European Union Migration Law, International Criminal Law, International Organization Law and EU Common Market Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law), University of Salerno, as well as in Diplomatic and Consular Law and International Law at the Department of Political and Social Studies, University of Salerno,
Emanuele Vannata is Lawyer at the Bar of Salerno.
Due his research interests in the domains of international and EU law and jurisprudence (such as ethical issues, environmental and health protection, cultural heritage, and judicial and police cooperation), he participated in several research projects funded by University of Salerno and attended the Jean Monnet Course on “Migration and Fundamental Rights at the Southern Borders of the European Union” (2015), the Jean Monnet Summer School on “Climate Change, Health and the Environment” (2018) and the Jean Monnet High Specialized Course on “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs” (2020) at the University of Salerno. He achieved a Postgraduate Specialization on EU law at the University of Naples “Federico II”.
Emanuele Vannata also actively served as member of EUVALWEB Legal Observatory as Young Researcher, as well as Editorial Assistant for the Scientific Journal EUWEB Legal Essays. Global & International Perspectives.
Together with his research’s activities, he is furthermore active in scientific production on international and EU law and jurisprudence and in editorial assistance (such as “Law, Cultural Studies and the ‘Burqa Ban’. An Interdisciplinary Handbook” [Anja Matwijkiw & Anna Oriolo eds., Intersentia, 2021]; “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs – Essays” [T. Russo, A. Oriolo, G. Dalia eds., Illyrius International Scientific Review n. 14/I-2020]).