Daniele Gallo is an Associate Professor of EU Law at the Law Department of Luiss University. Since May 2016 he is also Recurring Adjunct Professor of EU Law at the School of Law of American University (Washington DC). He will be Professeur invité at Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris) in Fall 2017.
He currently teaches EU Law (English) as well as EU Internal Market (English) and has previously taught International Economic Law and International Environmental Law. At Luiss he sits on the Governing Council of the School of Government, is academic coordinator of the dual degrees with Fordham Law School and American University School of Law, Co-Director of the MA in International, Comparative and EU Law (ICEUL), Deputy Director of the MA/LLM in Law and Government of the European Union (MLAG), and a member of the Ph.D. Faculty as well as of the Summer Programme on Europe’s Faculty (Luiss/Paris Dauphine).
He has been Professor invitado at Universidad de La Habana, Professeur invité at Université Capitole de Toulouse, Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Global Governance Studies (Leuven), European Union Fulbright Schuman Scholar at Fordham Law School (New York), DAAD Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Public International Law and Comparative Law (Heidelberg), and Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute (Florence).
He is a member of several journals’ editorial boards, co-editor of a book on Same-Sex Couples before National, Supranational and International Jurisdictions (Springer, Berlin, 2014, Foreword by G. de Burca, 572 pp. – reviewed in journals such as International Journal of Constitutional Law, Revue critique de droit international privé, Italian Yearbook of International Law, Studi sull’integrazione europea, Diritto Pubblico),
As well as of over 60 contributions on International and EU Law published and law journals/yearbooks, such as, amongst others:
- European Business Law Review
- Fordham International Law Journal
- American University International Law Review
- International Organizations Law Review
- European Journal of Social Law