Professor Andrea Biondi
Andrea Biondi is Professor of European Union Law and the Co-Director of the Centre for European Law at King’s College London. He is a visiting professor at the College of Europe in Warsaw, Georgetown University Universidade Católica Portuguesa of Lisbon. He is a member of the Bar of Florence as well as being an Academic Member of Francis Taylor Buildings Chambers in London. Professor Biondi is on the International Advisory Board of European Public Law, King’s College Law Journal, European State Aid Law Quarterly and the European Public Private Partnership Law Review.
Andrea’s research interest is European Union law, with particular emphasis on the judicial protection of EU rights and regulation of trade. He has written extensively on the notion of effective judicial protection and on the pros and cons of harmonisation of procedural rules at the European Level. As regards trade law, he is particularly interested in the free movement of goods and services. His interest in EU State aid law focuses mainly on the question of how an appropriate balance can be struck between trade liberalization and the role of the State in the economy.
'The rationale of State aid control: a return to orthodoxy', in Cambridge Yearbook of EU Law, 2010, 35.
'How to go ahead as EU Law national judge', in 15 European Public Law, 2009, 225.
'The Right to Damages in European Law', Kluwer, (2009)
'Recurring Cycles in the Internal Market: some reflections on the law of free movement of services', in A. Arnull, P. Eeckhout & T Tridimas, Continuity and Change in EU Law: essays in honour of Sir F. Jacobs, OUP, (2008). 228.
PhD students & topics
Alessandro Spano, PhD: 'Market Integration in China: Relevance of the EU experience'.
Kyriaki Raptopoulou, MPhil: 'EC Health Law'.
Stefanie Ripley, PhD: 'The Posted Workers Directive in light of the free movement of services and fundamental rights'.
EU State Aid & State Regulation Law
European Internal Market
Judicial Protection in the EU
Postgraduate Diploma in EU Law - distance learning