Maurizia De Bellis is tenured Assistant Professor in Administrative Law in the Department of Law of the University of Rome II “Tor Vergata”, where she also teaches European Administrative Law.
After graduating in Law cum laude in the University of Pisa, she received a Diploma in Law Studies, also cum laude, from the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa. She completed her Ph.D. in the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. In 2007, she was awarded a research grant in Administrative Law (University of Siena). In 2008, she obtained the European Public Law Diploma from the European Public Law Organization (EPLO).
She has been Jemolo Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, Global Research Fellow at New York University School of Law and professeur invité at the University of Paris II Panthéon Assas. She served as a law clerk at the Italian Constitutional Court.
Her research has explored the interaction between global, European and domestic administrative law, with a specific focus on the regulation of financial markets. This thread of research includes the book “The regulation of financial markets” (Milano, Giuffré, 2012, p. xi-491) and articles published in peer reviewed journals. Currently, her research covers the direct enforcement powers of EU authorities, with a focus on inspection powers and their impact on fundamental rights. She co-edited a volume on EU agencies and proceduralization (Editoriale Scientifica, 2019).