Matteo Vaccaro-Incisa is of counsel to Carnelutti Studio Legale Associato.
He is Professeur-Chercheur of International Law and International Dispute Settlement at IESEG School of Management, and Academic Director of its double degree in International Business & Law.
As practitioner, further to an extensive experience in negotiating and drafting international contracts (services and construction), and transnational litigation (media & TLC), he participated in several arbitral proceedings, domestic (Italy) and international (ICSID, UNCITRAL), as party counsel or assistant either to the tribunal as a whole or its individual members, specifically on jurisdictional and interpretive issues, and comparative analyses of States’ investment treaty practice.
Principal regional areas of practice are the EU, the Western Balkans, and Latin America.
Since 2015, he is indicated in the list of foreign arbitrators of the Belgrade Arbitration Center.
As academic, Matteo authored several contributions on international law and dispute settlement, as well as European relations, politics, and law, presented in numerous institutions (e.g., Chinese University of Hong Kong, Moscow State University, Melbourne Law School, University of Buenos Aires, Bocconi University, University of Belgrade, University of Warsaw).
Chief regional areas of research are the EU, China, and Southeast Asia.
Member of ILA, ESIL, SIEL and IBA. Board Member of GLN.
Prior to joning IESEG, Matteo has been contract professor and research fellow at Bocconi University (2012-2015), and visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Lille (2010-2016). He is a member of ILA, ESIL, SIEL and IBA, and member of the scientific board of GLN.
Ph.D. magna cum laude in International Law (Boisson de Chazournes, Geneva, 2014) and in International Law & Economics (Sacerdoti, Bocconi, 2014); advanced LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS, 2009); M.Sc. in Law (Bocconi, 2007); B.Sc. in Law & Economics (Bocconi, 2005).
Matteo is a member of the Italian Bar (2007) and of the Spanish Bar (2010). In addition to Italian, he has full professional command of English, Spanish, and French, and can speak and understand Serbian.