Anna ORIOLO Curriculum

Anna Oriolo is Senior Researcher of International Law and Aggregate Professor of "International Criminal Law", Faculty of Law, University of Salerno, Italy. She has been Lecturer of "International Criminal Law" (2009-2014), Lecturer of "International Law" (2003-2007) and of "Law and Policies of the EU Institutions"(2007-2009); Professor of "International Law and International Organizations" of the S.I.C.S.I. (Inter-University School of the Campania Region for Specialization in Teaching) (2004-2008). 

Dr. Oriolo is also Ph.D. in "International Law and National Law on International Issues", and Holder of a Research Fellowship (in 2003-2004) at the Department of International Studies, University of Salerno, Italy.
She is the Scientific Director of Research Programs financed by University of Salerno (2006-2015); Member of the Board of the Ph.D. Program in "International Law and National Law on International Issues", Department of Legal Sciences, University of Salerno, Italy;
Managing Editor  of the "The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence", Oceana Publications/Oxford University Press (G. Ziccardi Capaldo - General Ed., 2001-2012). In the Yearbook she is Author of Legal Maxims and extracts from selected case-law of international courts and tribunals (ICTY, ICTR, ECtHR, IACtHR, EU COURT); she has also contributed to the editing and the compilation of the Indices (Analytical Index, Table of Cases, Chronological index of international instruments and conventions) annexed to the Yearbook.
Her works (in Italian, English and French) cover a wide-range of subjects in the fields of international law and EU law, i.e.: international criminal law; enforcement of decisions of international tribunals; execution of international treaties; international procedure (fair trial and individual guarantees); digital cultural heritage; maritime security; management, use and protection of water resources; international protection of human and peoples rights; ethical issues and international law; global trends in international law.