I am a very committed adjunct Professor of European Legal History in the framework of the "Legal Studies" program of the Law Faculty, Bologna University. It is a program in which I strongly believe.
I have been an Assistant Professor of European Legal History at the University of Trier, Germany, since 1990. In 1997 I obtained the PhD in Law (Doktorarbeit) in Trier.
I held courses and conferences in various other european universities, like Rome III, Frankfurt a.M., Regensburg, Lille II.
I am a member of the Italian and the French Law Historical Societies. I have been also a fellow of the Max-Planck-Institut for European Legal History (Frankfurt am Main), as well as of the German Scientific Society (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).
I have been involved in several european law history study projects. The most recent one is the international project concerning "Transitional justice in Europe at the end of the Second World War".
I have been a Legal Officer of the European Union, in Brussels, Belgium, from 1987 until end 2018. In that quality, during my European career, I have been treating several important law cases, dealing with crucial issues of EU legislation and politics.
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