Graduated in Law at the University of Bari, Angelo Lucarella is a lawyer expert in tax litigation and essayist in the field of political and legal analysis.
He is director and lecturer of the Department of Political, Constitutional and Tax Studies of the Università Popolare Federiciana as well as a member of the chair of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bari.
He holds the role of Vice President coordinator in the Justice Commission at the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and is a member of the panel of experts for the studies of "universal income", set up by the Department of Political Sciences of the International University for Peace at the Italian branch of the UN.
He works as an analyst and contributor for publications such as "Italia Oggi", "Affari Italiani", "La Voce di New York", "Il Sole 24 Ore", "L’Occidentale" and "Notizie GeoPolitiche".
He is a member of the scientific committee of the magazine Filodiritto.com for the socio-political area, as well as editor of the #MondoVisione politics and law column.
He is the author of the essays L’inedito politico-costituzionale del contratto di governo (Conte primo) (The political-constitutional unprecedented government contract - Conte primo) and Dal contratto di governo al governo di contatto (Conte bis) (From the government contract to the contact government - Conte bis) both published in Italy for Aracne editrice.