Andrea Biondi is Professor of European Union Law and Director of the Centre of European Law at King's College London.
In his practice, he has provided expert opinions in arbitration proceedings involving EU law and represented clients in national and EU litigation in cases dealing with EU law, State aid, including fiscal aid, infrastructure, aviation and energy. He regularly advises governments and private clients.
Professor Biondi's research interests are in European Union law, with particular emphasis on state aid law, trade law and regulation as well as judicial protection of EU rights. He has published extensively on each of these areas. His interests also cover post-Brexit UK-EU relations.
He has a distinguished academic record with visiting positions at leading universities, including Georgetown University, the College of Europe, University of Paris II, Bocconi University in Milan and University of Rome La Sapienza. He was the Senior Legal Advisor on EU law to the office of the Prime Minister of Italy from 2015 – 2017.
Professor Biondi serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Appeal of ACER , the European Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators.
Areas of expertise
Andrea is a leading author in EU law and his expertise covers the wide spectrum of EU law. His advisory work includes state aid, the law of the EU internal market, energy and judicial protection. He has often been provided expert opinions in cases and arbitration proceedings involving EU law and international law and has considerable experience in advising national governments and international organisations.