Martina Conticelli (1974) is associate Professor in Public Law at Tor Vergata University, School of Economics, where she is currently teaching Introduction to the legal system, European Competition law and Regulation and Global Administrative Law.

She is Director of a Master in Regulation and competition at the School of Economics and she is Director of the Phd program on Teoria dei contratti dei servizi e dei mercati, Tor Vergata.
She graduated cum laude in Administrative Law at La Sapienza University, Rome, in 1998 and got her Ph.D in Administrative Law at the same University in 2003. In 2000 and in 2001, she was Jemolo Fellow at Nuffield College (Oxf. Univ.-Uk).
She is Contact Coordinator within the CoCEAL, project, Principal Investigator G. della Cananea, awarded the ERC grant, 2015-H2020 on The Common Core of European Administrative Laws (2016-)
She is part of the Research staff of the JM network on The Academic Research Network on Agencification of EU Executive Governance is a Jean Monnet Network co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union (2015-) member of the    European Group of Public Law (EGPL) (2009-) and she seats in the Faculty board of the European Law and Governance School, Eplo, Athens.

She wrote about competition and regulation in services of general economic interest, privatizations and liberalizations, global governance. recent works include participation and procedural requirements in global procedures, and european administrative procedures

Her research interests now focus on Regulatory expropriation, Global and European Administrative Law, Health Care.