As of September 2012 Marco Goldoni is Lecturer in Legal Theory at the School of Law of the University of Glasgow and a research fellow at the Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values. His main research interests lie in constitutional theory, European law, race and law, and Cyberlaw.
He holds a degree in Law from the University of Bologna and a degree in Philosophy from the same University. In 2007 he earned a Phd in “Constitutional Justice and Fundamental Rights” from the Law Faculty of the University of Pise. Goldoni has also worked as assistant researcher both at the faculty of law of the University of Bologna and at the faculty of law of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. He has taught “Cyberlaw” courses for three years in the master “Data security systems” at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. His current research focuses on European constitutionalism with a particular attention to the role of national parliaments in the Lisbon Treaty. Other research interests include racial and ethnic profiling, constituent power and judicial review, data mining and privacy.