Marco Dell'Erba, Prof. Dr. iur., LL.M.
- Professor of Law
- +41 44 634 52 22
Marco Dell’Erba is Professor of Corporate & Financial Law at the University of Zurich, where he is also a member of the Blockchain Center and the Digital Society Initiative. He is a Fellow at the Institute for Corporate Governance & Finance at New York University School of Law, and a member of the Advisory Board of the Research Network for Sustainable Finance, a research initiative involving leading academic institutions.
He previously held research positions at New York University, where he was Global Fellow affiliated with NYU’s Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance and the Center for Financial Institutions; at the Groningen Center for Financial European Financial Services (University of Groningen, Netherlands), teaching in the course of European law; at the Financial Regulation Laboratory of Excellence (University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris), where he currently is Research Associate; the National University of Singapore (Singapore); and at the London School of Economics (UK) as a Research Assistant in the Department of law during his PhD. He practiced law in the departments of Banking & Finance and Litigation & Dispute Resolutions at Clifford Chance LLP (Rome) and as an independent consultant (Paris).
Marco Dell’Erba holds a JD summa cum laude from the University of Rome La Sapienza and is a fellow of the Lamaro Pozzani University College of Excellence (Rome) where he was awarded a five year full merit-based scholarship. He obtained his LL.M in Corporation Law at the New York University School of Law, where he was Global Hauser Scholar and served as Graduate Editor in the NYU Journal of Law & Business. He holds a PhD in private law and financial regulation from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and a PhD in corporate and securities law from the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Marco Dell’Erba has published in American and European journals, and his research was featured on the Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, the Oxford Business Law Blog, and the Machine Lawyering of the Chinese University of Hong-Kong.
His research interests include Financial Law & Banking Law, Corporate Law, Law & Technology.