Andrea Farì conducted his studies at the Faculty of Law at the University of Rome III. A graduate in law with a PhD from the doctoral school in European law and legal systems (21st cycle) with a thesis on “Common property: civil service and means of protecting natural resources”.
From 2007 to 2011 he was a professor for the integrated teaching of administrative law and environmental law within the Rome III Faculty of Law where he was awarded a research grant in 2012/2013. He was also a coordinator for the Level II Master degree in Environmental Law at the same Faculty.
Since 2013 he has been a researcher in administrative law. From 2013/2014 he was an adjunct professor in environmental law and legislation at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences of the University of Tuscia. He has participated in various master and PhD courses (Milan, Pavia etc) as well as in professional specialist and development courses. In addition to a monograph on “Environmental goods and services: a contribution to the study of the legal aspects of the ecosystem” (Jovene ed. 2013) he has contributed to a number of articles on administrative law and environmental law in various legal journals, as well as working within his specialist areas with other major newspapers such as Il Sole24Ore.
In addition to his academic activities, he has gained significant professional experience, not only as a lawyer but also within the P.A. having assumed the role of Deputy Vice Head of the Legislative Office of the Ministry of the Environment and legal counsel for Minister Corrado Clini in the last parliament.