Of Counsel Carlo Lucioni Contact

Carlo Lucioni is of counsel to CARNELUTTI Law Firm. He is a member of the administrative law department, where his practice focuses on building and town planning law, public procurement, public services and ports and harbour law, both in contentious and non-contentious matters.
He has developed significant expertise in the main fields of administrative law, working in niche public law/administrative law firms, where he has assisted national and international clients in the assessment and development of projects in the retail sector as well as in the context of public tender participation and related judicial claims before the specialist administrative courts/tribunals.
Since 2003, Carlo has been an Adjunct Professor of Public Law and Constitutional Law, firstly at the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan and then at the LIUC University in Castellanza (Varese).
Carlo completed his Ph.D. in Constitutional Law at the Università degli Studi di Milano in 2005 and was admitted to the Italian Bar in 2009.
He is the author of several publications in the field of constitutional and administrative law and is a frequent and much sought after speaker at numerous conferences and seminars in his subject area.
He is fluent in English, in addition to his native Italian.

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Implied Administrative Measures and Conditions of Admissibility

April 2, 2019
Carlo Lucioni wrote an article entitled: “Provvedimento amministrativo implicito e condizioni di ammissibilità” (Implied administrative measures and conditions of admissibility) published on the portal Diritto24 edited by the Italian business Newspaper il Sole24Ore.

The Concept of "on-going Cooperation, Service and/or Supply Agreements

March 14, 2019
Carlo Lucioni wrote an article entitled “La nozione di "contratti continuativi di cooperazione, servizio e/o fornitura" che non costituiscono subappalto ai sensi dell'art. 105, comma 3, lett c-bis del Dlgs 50/2016” (The concept of "on-going cooperation, service and/or supply agreements " that do not qualify as subcontracts under art. 105, para. 3, lett c-bis of Leg. Dec. 50/2016), published on the portal Diritto24 edited by the Italian business Newspaper il Sole24Ore.  

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