Monday 28th of November 2016
Study day on the Constitutional Reform
A multidisciplinary study-day in view of the referendum of December 4.
Luigi Einaudi Campus | Lungodora Siena 100, Turin
Monday 28 November there will be a study day on Constitutional reform at the Luigi Einaudi Campus (CLE, Lungodora Siena 100). The initiative will be divided into three subject sessions – one on Constitutional history, one on Economics, and one on Law – that will culminate in a concluding round table discussion. Work will begin at 9:00 ams in hall F3 of the CLE; in the afternoon, the meeting will take place in hall A2, also at the CLE.
20 speakers from various Italian universities will be involved.
At the concluding round table discussion two ‘No’ voices, Alessandro Pace (Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law, Sapienza University of Rome) and Armando Spataro (Chief Public Prosecutor of Turin) will face two ‘Yes’ voices, Beniamino Caravita Di Toritto (Professor of Public Law, Sapienza University of Rome) and Luciano Violante (Emeritus President of the Chamber of Deputies). The event will be chaired by Maurizio Molinari, Director of La Stampa.
The event is accredited by the Bar Association of Turin and by the Department of Law of the University of Turin for the recognition of educational credits. The Order recognises 2 CF, the Department of Jurisprudence recognises 1 CFU.
Entry is free until all places have been filled. It is necessary to book your place in advance, writing to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating which sessions you are interested in.
formerly Professor of the History of Political Institutions and Constitutional History at the University of Pavia, now teaches Comparative History of Public Administration at the same university.
Emeritus Professor of Public Finance at the University of Turin.
Professor of Public Law at the Sapienza University of Rome.
Professor of Administrative Law at the Sapienza University of Rome.
Professor of Public Law at LUISS ‘Guido Carli’ in Rome.
Specialist in empirical analysis in the field of finance, is a contract professor at the University of Roma Tre and co-founder of BEM Research.
Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law at the Sapienza University of Rome.
Associate Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Turin.
Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Turin.
Professor of Constitutional Law at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa.
Chief Public Prosecutor at the Turin Tribunal.
Deputy since 2003. She was Assistant Professor at the Charles III University in Madrid.
Emeritus President of the Chamber of Deputies.
Professor of Administrative Law at the University of Turin.
Director of La Stampa.
Assistant Professor of the History of Political Institutions at the University of Turin.
Doctoral student in Constitutional Law at the University of Milan.
Student at Bocconi University and member of CEST.
PhD candidate in Constitutional Law at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa and member of CEST.