Daniele Negri is currently Full Professor of Criminal Procedure and Director of the Department of Law at the University of Ferrara. He teaches Criminal Procedure in this Department since 2004. He is member of the academic-board of the Ph.D. Programme in “European Union Law and national legal systems” at the same University. He has been Research Assistant in Ferrara’s Faculty since 2002, after having obtained in 2001 a Ph.D. in Criminal Procedure at the University of Bologna.
He is a customary visitor of the “Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, Freiburg im Br.”, he has also been Visiting Professor at the “Université de Franche-Comté” (2012), and Erasmus Professor at the “Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha”, (2013).
He is member of the scientific committee of the law-reviews “La legislazione penale”, “Archivio penale” and “Diritto penale XXI secolo, as well as of the editorial commitee of the law review “Criminalia”.
He is author of two monographic studies, one about personal freedom, and another regarding personal attendance of the defendant during the trial. He is furthermore author of approximately 90 publications, many of them regarding European Criminal Law topics, such as “in absentia trial”, European Public Prosecutor, EU Criminal Law and principle of legality.