Professor de Gioia Carabellese, Fellow of Advance HE since 2010 (York, UK), has been Professor (Chair) of Business Law and Regulation at Edith Cowan University, Perth, since April 2020 and, since September 2021, Professor (full) of Banking and Financial Law (Beijing Institute of Technology, School of Civil and Commercial Law, Hong Kong Area, China). Pierre has been a full professor of law in England and Wales since May 2017, after a successful appointment in a public recruitment process held in April 2017 at the University of Huddersfield. At the University of Huddersfield, Professor Pierre de Gioia Carabellese was also Acting Head of Law School, for several months.
Pierre is also research fellow of company law at the University of Bologna, Law School. As from October 2018 Professor de Gioia Carabellese has been part-time docente of international contract law at Uninettuno University (Rome). Since 2021, he has been docente at LUMSA too.
Additionally, in 2019 Prof. de Gioia Carabellese was visiting professor of company law at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. Pierre, in between October 2018 and December 2018 was salaried visiting professor of company law at the University of Bari, Law School and, in between October 2019 and January 2020 visiting professor of corporate governance and company law at the University of Salerno. For ten years, Pierre has been part of the Ph.D. School of Human Capital Formation and Employment Law at the University of Bergamo.
At the University of Huddersfield Prof. de Gioia Carabellese has introduced two brand new courses: International Company Law; International Banking and Financial Law. He has also been the REF 2021 leader and the research co-mentor for the entire Huddersfield Business School. He was the Deputy Director of the Consumer Behaviour Research Centre.
Until June 2017, Pierre has been associate professor of business law (full time and permanent basis) at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, where he started in 2008 as lecturer. He was appointed Associate Professor of Business Law in October 2012. At HWU Pierre was in charge of three courses, including international banking and financial law and international company law. In Edinburgh Pierre has been between 2010 and August 2017 the director of the International Business Management Degree Programme. Prof. Dr de Gioia Carabellese is qualified in Scotland as Solicitor, Notary Public in Edinburgh, and in Italy as Avvocato. Academically, Pierre gained his Ph.D. in Banking and Financial Law at Siena University, and in the same institution a Master in Banking and Finance (70/70) . He holds an LL.M. with distinction (best LL.M. student and best LL.M. dissertation). Pierre achieved his Juris Doctor (110/110 summa cum laude) at Bari University, with a thesis on the first demand guarantees. He has completed his academic qualification with a Post-Graduate Course in academic practice at Heriot Watt University and a Master in Strategy (CMI). In the past Pierre worked for banks and multinational companies (eg Deutsche Bank) and international law firms (eg Baker & McKenzie) and he still advises international multinationals and banks in international contracts, financial transactions and banking regulation from his law chambers in Rome, Edinburgh, Venice and Leeds. Professor de Gioia Carabellese has been visiting professor of employment law in a number of occasions at the University of Venice, Ca' Foscari, Chair of Employment Law, and both in December 2016 and December 2017 he has been Visiting Professor of banking law, Chair of Banking Law. 2,000,000.
To date, Pierre has contributed to more than 100 publications in the area of Business Law, with topics spanning Banking and Financial Law, Company Law, Contract Law, Employment Law. In the last 10 years, Pierre has been visiting scholar/researcher/professor/scientist at several international institutions, such as Complutense, Leiden, Bari, Padova, Cà Foscari.