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Guido Carducci has taught and published extensively on domestic and international private, economic and public law. He is a Law Professor in Paris (MC and HDR). He holds from Universities Paris I and II a PhD in law, four post-graduate degrees (DEAs) and a Maîtrise en droit, from Universities of Rome I and II a PhD in Law and two Laureas, and the Diploma from The Hague Academy of International Law.
Guido Carducci is the former Chief of the Legal and Treaty Section (International Standards Section) at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In that capacity he was in charge worldwide of four UNESCO Conventions, two Protocols and two Intergovernmental Committees for the protection of art, cultural property and heritage. Professor Carducci was a member of the Italian delegation to UNESCO for the negotiation of the 2001 Convention for the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage before joining UNESCO and being in charge of this and other UNESCO Conventions. He also acted as mediator between Governments as the UK and Greece with regard to the Parthenon Marbles.
He acts as independent arbitrator, legal counsel and expert in international litigation and arbitration. He is a Chartered Arbitrator, Member of the World-Bank ICSID Panels of Arbitrators and Conciliators (Italy) and fluent in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian (native).
At Miami Law he teaches Recovery of Art and Cultural Property in International Law and the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage.