Stefania Ninatti is Full Professor of Constitutional law at the University of Milano Bicocca where she teaches “Constitutional Law”, “European Constitutional Law”, and “Religious Pluralism and European Integration”. In 2015, she won a European grant as academic coordinator of a Jean Monnet Module on “Religious Pluralism and European Integration”; since 2018 she is member of the scientific committee of Bicocca Department of Excellence on Law and Pluralism, aimed at exploring all the issues related to the management of conflicts and diversities existing inside multicultural and multifaith democracies.
She has been Emile Noël Fellow at the Jean Monnet Center of the New York University in 2002, 2009 and 2010; EUI fellow (spring semester 2004); research visitor at Notre Dame University (summer 2006); visiting researcher at Hebrew University (January 2016).
She has been member of the Research project founded by Compagnia San Paolo and University of Turin – under the supervision of prof. Graziadei (University of Turin) - The Making of a New European Legal Culture. Prevalence of a single model, or cross-fertilisation of National legal traditions? (2011); Member of the Research Project cofounded by the European Union (JUST/2012/FRAC/AG/2705) “Making the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights a Living Instrument” (2012); Italian legal expert for the Research Project cofounded by the European Union (Horizon 2020, "Euro-1-2014" call): “The Choice for Europe since Maastricht”; Member of the Research project founded by the Ministry of Education and University (PRIN), 2019-2022, on “Interlegality” (P.I. prof. Gianluigi Palombella, Sant’Anna University of Pisa).
Ninatti’s main research interests cover different fields of Italian and European constitutional law such as the democratic principle in domestic constitutional law, in comparative public law and in the supranational legal orders; the protection of fundamental rights in the multi-level systems, the dialogue between Courts; the freedom of religion in the Italian and in the European context; the evolution of family law; the Italian and European economic constitution