Court of cassation lawyer admitted to the Bar Association of Power, he specialized with honors in Administrative Law and Administration Science at the University Federico II of Naples.
Assists companies and governments in matters related to technology law (digitalization and dematerialization, open government, open data, privacy, startup) and administrative law (procurement, construction, urban planning, public tax liability and public employment) out of court and out of court. Author of numerous publications in the areas of activity, wrote the books “The new Digital Public Administration”, “Law in the clouds: legal aspects of cloud computing” and is co-author of – among others – of the texts “The websites of Public Administrations “and” How can you open data. “He has also collaborated on some items for the “Dictionary of computer science” published by Treccani.
Since 2006, he has a blog on the Law of the new “Law 2.0” technologies and collaborates with “Wired.it”, “CheFuturo”, “Agendadigitale.eu” and “IlFattoQuotidiano.it”.
Ernesto Belisario was a lecturer in many courses and Master on legal aspects themes of innovation and digitalization (among which are: School of Public Administration, the Interior Administration School, School of Public Administration of the Umbria Region , University of Basilicata, La Sapienza University, Catholic University and Sacred Heart University of Salento).
He participates as a speaker at numerous national and international conferences on business matters.
Former President of the Club of the Italian Telematic Jurists and the Association for Open Government, is Secretary General of the Institute for innovation policies.
He was appointed by the President of ISTAT member of the Commission of Information Users Statistics and is a member of the Standing Board for Innovation and the Italian digital agenda established at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.