Giovanni Chiapponi

Giovanni Chiapponi

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giovanni.chiapponi@mpi.lu

Giovanni Chiapponi is a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law, in the department of European and Comparative Procedural Law. He pursued a double degree in Italian French Law, following an academic programme, proposed in the context of an agreement between the University of Bologna and the University of Paris Nanterre. He obtained a bachelor degree in French Law at the University of Paris Nanterre in 2015 and in November 2017 he graduated at the University of Bologna, achieving the five years Italian degree in Law. In December 2017 he completed a second level master in French Law-Foreign Law (Italian Law) at the University of Paris Nanterre. Once graduated he has been admitted to a postgraduate second level master in European Private Law at the University La Sapienza of Rome and he will discuss his master's thesis in January 2019. In parallel with the following master, he attended a traineeship in a criminal law firm of Bologna (Studio Cardile).

In October 2018, he started a multidisciplinary PhD programme (DTU REMS) at the University of Luxembourg. His research is in the field of criminal and civil prescription, a topic related to the enforcement of procedural law remedies in order to guarantee and strengthen the protection of European fundamental rights.