About Me

Atty. Lorenc Gordani, PhD

Director of Master Department and Lecturer in the Field of Business and Public Law, Tirana Business University (TBU)

Adviser in Energy Policy & Law, Regulation and Infrastructure in Albania Energy Market

The leading professional activities include academic teaching, applied research, strategic consulting, and institutional capacity building. His work focuses on the EU legal framework in Albania and the public policies offered to industry and interest groups, international institutions and public authorities. Its activities mainly focus on promoting issues related to sustainable growth in the Albanian energy market, within the framework of regional integration of the Western Balkan countries, as part of the EU integration process.

Higher education is fully developed in major European countries such as Italy, France, Germany, etc. In continuation, Dr Gordani has worked as a researcher, professor and trainer in various national and international environments and has been engaged as a legal advisor and consultant to foreign and local companies, as well as public authorities and international organizations. His activities have been accompanied by the publication of an extensive bibliography and participation as a key speaker in many international conferences on the legal and political framework of the EU and Albania, mainly in the field of energy policy, business, public policies, etc.

Furthermore, on above expertise, may be found except the Professional Blog or a curriculum vitae in English and Albanian, through ESC Adriatic (along 2017), Acerc (for the period up to 2016), as well as through the public profile on LinkedIn (and after April 2018), Twitter and FB, or publications on LinkedIn,  Albanian Energy Market – AEM Group, etc.

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