Federico Fabbrini is Full Professor of European Law at Dublin City University, in Ireland, where he is also the Founding Director of the Brexit Institute and the Director of the Law Research Centre. In academic year 2022/3 he is a Fellow in Law, Ethics and Public Affairs at Princeton University. Federico holds a PhD degree in Law from the European University Institute and previously held academic positions in the Netherlands and Denmark. Federico is the author of 4 monographs in English -- “Fundamental Rights in Europe” (Oxford University Press 2014), “Economic Governance in Europe” (Oxford University Press 2016) “Brexit and the Future of the European Union” (Oxford University Press 2020) and "The euro after Covid-19 and the War in Ukraine" (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2022) -- 3 monographs in Italian, and he has edited and co-edited a dozen books and special journal issues, including the 4-volumes book series “The Law & Politics of Brexit” (Oxford University Press 2017, 2020, 2021, and 2022). Federico is a frequent speaker in front of the EU institutions, has drafted reports for the European Parliament and the Presidency of the Eurogroup, and he regularly comments on EU affairs for the press. Federico has been awarded the 2019-2020 Charlemagne Prize fellowship for his research on the future of Europe, the 2020-2021 DCU President’s Research Award and in 2021 was appointed a knight by the President of Italy in recognition of his scientific merits.
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