Andrea Biondi is Professor of European Union Law and Director of the Centre of European Law at King’s. He has a distinguished academic record with visiting positions at leading universities, including Georgetown University, the College of Europe, Bocconi University in Milan, and the University of Rome La Sapienza.
Professor Biondi sits on the Advisory Boards of European Public Law, European State Aid Law Quarterly, European Public Procurement and Public Private Partnership Law Review and he is the General Editor of European Monographs, Kluwer Law International. He is the Unit Coordinator for King's Jean Monnet Network LAwTTIP – Legal Dimension of EU Free Trade Agreement, funded on an Erasmus + Jean Monnet Network scheme by the European Commission 2016-2019. From 2015-2017 he was a Legal Advisor on EU law to the office of the Prime Minister of Italy. Professor Biondi is an Academic Associate at 39 Essex Chambers in London.
Professor Biondi’s research interests are in European Union law, with particular emphasis on state aid law, trade law and regulation as well as judicial protection of EU rights.
See Professor Biondi's Research Portal profile for full details of his research.
- A.Biondi, P. Birkinshaw & M Kendrick (eds), ‘Brexit: The Legal Implications’, Kluwer, 2018.
- ‘Brexit and State Aid: Four Quartets’, in Journal of Competition Law, 1, 2018.
- ‘Towards a theory of selectivity of fiscal measures’, Liber Amicorum Judge Tizzano, Turin, 2018. 126.
- ‘Damages and Liability Actions in EU law’, in Oxford Principles of European Union Law - Volume I: The European Union Legal Order, R. Schutze, T. Tridimas, (eds) Oxford University, 2018, 1040.