eugenio-vaccari
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Eugenio is a Ph.D. researcher at City University London. He obtained his Bachelor Degree of Law (LL.B.) from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy) with a final mark of 110/110 cum laude. After that, Eugenio furthered his postgraduate studies at the University of Bologna (Italy) – where he was awarded a final mark of 70/70 cum laude – and at the London School of Economics and Political Science – where he obtained his LL.M. degree and a distinction mark in its final dissertation entitled “The UK and Italy: A Comparative Study on the Protection of Small Businesses Facing Debtors’ Insolvency”.

Eugenio is a qualified Italian lawyer specialized in Insolvency/Bankruptcy Law (corporate side), and Commercial Law. Before attending the Ph.D. course at City Law School, Eugenio was invited by the Temple University – Beasley School of Law [Philadelphia, U.S.A.] to carry out research on the U.S.A. bankruptcy system. As a visiting researcher, Eugenio had the possibility of shadowing judges and analysing cases both in Wilmington and Philadelphia Bankruptcy Courts.

Eugenio is an active member of several leading institutions in the field, including INSOL International, INSOL Europe and the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association [UK]. Eugenio’s main research interests include EU Law, Business and Insolvency Law, Law & Economics as well as International Commercial Arbitration, with his primary area of interest being the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of Insolvency/Bankruptcy Law.

  • Eugenio Vaccari, ‘The Ammanati Affair: Seven Centuries Old, and not Feeling the Age’ (2018) 93(3) The Chicago-Kent Law Review (Forthcoming);
  • Eugenio Vaccari, ‘Municipal Bankruptcy Law: A Solution Which Should Not Become a Problem’ (2017) NIBLeJ (Forthcoming);
  • Eugenio Vaccari, ‘O.W. Bunker: A Common Law Perspective on Multi-lateral Co-operation in Insolvency-Related Cases’ (2017) 28(7) ICCLR 245;
  • Eugenio Vaccari, ‘Ranking of Creditors in Insolvency: An Empirical Debate on Optimal Harmonization Practices’ (2016) 4 NIBLeJ.