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Federico Ortino
Federico Ortino (Italy)
Lecturer, University of Trento, School of Law and University of Siena, School of Literature and Philosophy; Research Project: "The National Treatment Principle as the Fundamental Norm in the Regulation of International Trade: Is it Time to Move On?"

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Federico Ortino holds a law degree from the University of Florence, School of Law (1996, magna cum laude), a master of laws from Georgetown University Law Center (1997, with distinction) and a doctorate from the European University Institute, Florence (2003). He is a lecturer in International Trade Law at the University of Trento, School of Law and in European Union Law at the University of Siena, School of Literature and Philosophy. He has worked as legal consultant for several law firms in Florence, London and Brussels as well as for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva. Dr Ortino' research interests lie primarily in International Economic Law, in particular EC and WTO law, with additional interests in international commercial law and litigation. Presently, he is working on the National Treatment and Proportionality principles as the basic norms in the regulation of the global market place.

Recent Publications:

Basic Legal Instruments for the Liberalisation of Trade: a Comparative Analysis of EC and WTO Law (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2003)

"WTO Jurisprudence on de jure and de facto discrimination", in EU Petersmann & F Ortino (eds.) WTO Jurisprudence: 1995-2003 (The Hague, Kluwer, 2004).

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