March 27, 5-7 PM


Impact Assessment Exercise


Mario Martelli


Italian Regulatory Scrutiny Board

Presindecy of the Council of Ministries

Department of Legal and Legislative Affairs (DAGL in Italian). Member of the Public Investment Assessment Group - RIA (Regulatory Impact Assessment) Work Group. The group represents the Regulatory Scrutiny Board of the Italian Government and assesses the RIA (Regulatory Impact Assessment) presented by the Ministers to the DAGL. Setting up the

Italian guidelines for IA (Impact Assessment). Outlining the training for the National School of Administration on the Quality of the regulation for Ministries. Throughout his first year he revised 51 IA presented by the Ministry of Economics, the Ministry of Healthcare and the Ministry of the Interior



March 25, 4-6 PM

Principles and tools for DRAFTING

M. Mousmouti

Lecturer in Law

Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Drafting

IALS London University

Maria’s work throughout the years consists in supporting, documenting and assisting reform initiatives through research and capacity-building in areas related to judicial independence, public administration reform, constitutional reform, human rights and quality of regulatory systems and legislation. She has actively worked in more than 20 countries in Southern Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia.
She holds a degree in law (University of Athens), a post-graduate degree in comparative social security law (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) and a PhD in law and legislative studies (University of London). She has a broad specialisation in different aspects of legislating and quality of legislation, having followed specialised courses on regulatory impact assessments (College of Europe), Legislative Drafting (Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London) and having worked extensively on projects aiming to make legislation simpler and more accessible, introduce evidence-based methods in legislating and reduce bureaucracy-related costs. Her doctoral research focused on the effectiveness of legislation and the ways in which it can be promoted, particularly with regard to human rights legislation.
Maria is a lawyer called before the Bar of Athens since 2000 and served as Research Associate to the (late) Member of European Parliament Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Dimitris Th. Tsatsos (2002-2004). She has been cooperating with the Centre for European Constitutional Law since 1999, having worked there as project manager (1999-2002), as Director of International Projects (2002-2007) and as Executive Director (2007- today).




Risultati immagini per camera dei deputati sede


Study Visit to the Chamber of Deputies 



March 20, 3:30 - 4:30 PM

3:00 PM, Piazza del Parlamento 24


Legislative drafting exercise


Andrea Frangioni (Parliamentary Officier), Antonio Placanica (Parliamentary Officier), Valerio Di Porto (former Parliamentary Officier)


4:30-5:30 PM

Guided tour to Montecitorio





Monday, March 11 - 4-6PM- Room 13


Risk Regulation


Prof. Veerle Heyvaert


London School of Economics

Professor of Environmental law and European law

LL.M. from Harvard Law School and PhD from the European University Institute in Florence

Founding Editor-in-Chief of Transnational Environmental Law





European Approach to Better Regulation (3rd Ed.) 

A.A. 2018/2019, Second semester

Monday, 4-6 PM; Wednesday, 5-7 PM, Room 13

Via Marcantonio Colonna 19


What is it?

A multidisciplinary course in English (6 CFU). Students will be involved in interactive lessons, case studies, clinics, workshops and laboratories on the following issues: theory of regulation, tools for better regulation, behavioral approach to regulation.

Who teaches the class?

Prof. Nicoletta Rangone Module Coordinator, Prof. Matteo Rizzolli and Prof. Alberto Alemanno (HEC Paris and NYU). Laboratories are coordinated by leading experts from the World Bank, the Senate, IALS (London), the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers and other institutions.

Why should I enroll?

Students will learn how to improve the quality and the impact of regulation, two issues that are essential in regulated firms and for regulators. The course will provide excellent contacts through a internships (3 CFU). Last year, many students had a positive, productive, and successful internship experience in top institution involved in better regulation, such as Senato, AGCM, AGCM, CONSOB, Banca Mondiale, Commissione europea, MEF, AIEE, MIPAAF-ICQRF, Fondazione De Gasperi, Istituto Bruno Leoni

Can I enroll?

The course is for all undergraduates, people attending Masters, Courses of specialisation and PhDs at LUMSA, both from Rome and Palermo (the latter will attend lectures via an interactive platform for distance learning).

The course is open to civil servants, managers and officers of enterprises, professionals who wish to reach an education on regulation.

For non LUMSA students, the subscription costs 250 euro + 16 euro fo rthe stamp. The enrolment form must be sent to, along with a copy of ID card, health card, and a copy of the bank transfer.