Federico is a PhD Researcher in International Law at Erasmus University Rotterdam (NL), School of Law, where he write his doctoral thesis on international law and governance for renewable energy.
Prior to joining Erasmus University, Federico held positions as tutor and research assistant in International and EU Law at the University of Cagliari (Italy). Other posting in his career include the European Commission, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Consulate General of Italy in Edinburgh, UK), Italian and International NGOs, an Italian boutique law-firm, and a private company.
Federico holds and LL.M. in International Legal Studies from University College London (UCL), as well as an LL.B. and an LL.M. from the University of Cagliari, having spent one term of his postgraduate studies at the University of Glasgow (UK).
He has held lectures in public international law and EU law at the University of Cagliari and the University of Milan (Statale) as well as presented his works in various fora, e.g. Strathclyde University (United Kingdom), University of Cagliari, and Erasmus University Rotterdam. Federico is a member of the CONNECT research group (a hub for scholars and practitioners interested in fragmentation in global environmental governance), of the World Bank's Legal Aspects of Sustainable Energy for All academic group within the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development, and of the European Affairs Department of a Brussels-based Law Firm.
He has received scholarships for his studies from the Autonomous Region of Sardinia and the European Union.
He is admitted as an Attorney in Italy.