Dr. Enrica MAGGI

Education

  • 1990: Standard A-levels obtained at the Liceo “C. Marchesi” Conegliano Veneto (TV)
  • 1994: Diploma in violin at the Conservatory of Padova and at the University for Music and the Arts “Mozarteum” in Salzburg
  • 1997: Awarding of the title “Doctor of Law” at the University of Bologna; Thesis entitled: “The Lawyer in the European Union” under the guidance of Prof. Lucia Serena Rossi
  • 2002: PhD at the University of Salzburg; PhD thesis entitled: “The Transposition of the EU Directive on All-Inclusive Trips in  Italian and Austrian law” at the Institute of Comparative Law under the leadership of Prof. Thomas Eilmansberger and Prof. Michael Reiner

Professional Experience

  • 1999: Legal practice at the Court and District Court of Salzburg
  • 2000: Practice at the law firm Att. Rupert Wolff in Salzburg
  • 2001-2004: Practice at the law firm “Macchi di Cellere Gangemi” (Treviso, Rome, Milan)
  • 2003-2005: Assistant in European Law at the University of Bologna (Prof. Lucia Serena Rossi); Assistant in International Law at the University of Bologna (Prof. Antonietta Di Blase)
  • Oktober 2004: Qualifying examination for the profession of lawyer
  • 2004-2007: Professor of European Law at the University of Bologna
  • 2006: Winner of a scholarship from the University of Bologna, assigned to carry out a research project entitled: “The Securitisation and European Law on State Aid
  • Currently, a member Att. Gerhard Brandl  at the “Studio Legale Maggi, Brandl, Kathollnig RechtsanwaltGmbH”
  • Avv. Maggi is also a member of the IBA “International Bar Association” since the year 2015

Language skills

  • Italian: mother tongue
  • German: excellent
  • English: excellent
  • Spanish: good

Dr. Maggi is often invited to give seminars and conferences on the subject of European Union Law; she has also published numerous contributions in this context.