David Campi is a Ph.D. student at the Institute for International Law and Comparative Constitutional Law. He holds a Bachelor of Law and a Master of Law from the University of Zurich with study visits at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome and Science Po’s Paris School of International Affairs. He wrote his master’s thesis as part of a joint seminar on comparative Swiss, EU and US law between Europa Institute at the University of Zurich and the University of Miami School of Law.
Prior to joining UZH, David worked as an academic associate in the financial and economic affairs section of the Mission of Switzerland to the European Union in Brussels. His further professional experience includes internships in major Swiss law firms and working as a legal assistant in a small business law firm in Zurich. At the same time, he was involved in academics through his work as a student assistant at the Chair of Prof. Claire Huguenin as through his position as a research assistant at the Center for Law & Economics at ETH Zurich.
- Swiss constitutional law, with focus on the organization and function of the state
- Constitutional history and constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law and foreign relations law
- The bilateral relations between Switzerland and the European Union
- EU constitutional law, EU international relations law and history of European Integration
- June 2022: Lecutre series on "European Integration: History, Future, Current Topics", French University in Armenia, Yerevan
- September 2022: Lecutre series on "European Integration Process and the EU-Georgia Association Agreement", Caucasus University, Tbilisi
- October 2022: Lecuture series on "Institutional and Legal System of the EU; Alternative integration models; Relations EU – Switzerland", National University Odesa Law Academy, Odesa (online course)
- Fall Semester 2022: Tutor in Constitutional and Administrative Law, University of Zurich
- Europa Institute at the University of Zurich, Research Fellow