Andrea Spagnolo is Senior Assistant Professor of International Law in the Law Department of the University of Turin, where he teaches International Law, International Humanitarian Law and is Director of the International Human Rights Legal Clinic.
He graduated in Law cum laude in 2008 and received a PhD in International Law from the University of Milan in 2012. He qualified as Associate Professor of International Law in 2018.
He has held visiting positions at various universities and research centers including the Max Planck Institute for European, International and Regulatory Procedural Law, the Amsterdam Center for International Law and the Human Rights Center of the University of Ghent.
He is the author of a book on the attribution of conduct in the context of European Union peacekeeping operations and of more than forty publications on the responsibility of international organizations, international migration law, peacekeeping, international humanitarian law and human rights.
He is member of the Board of the Italian Society of International and European Union Law (2018-2021) and member of the International Institute of Humanitarian Law, of the Italian Society for International Organization and of the European Society of International Law.
He is member of the Faculty of the Center for Defense Higher Studies.