We look at the legal past seeking explanatory keys in a broad theoretical image that explains what is law and how it is created. Beginning from such premise, it seems that legal history has been made not by historians but by philosophers. It has been made by Savigny in the 19th century who believed to … Read more

A talk on antiformalism in law at Rome University, 8 May 2019

Delighted to give a talk on the legal philosopher Alessandro Giuliani (my father) for the seminar series ‘Masters of the 19th century‘ . The title was “The antiformalism of Alessandro Giuliani (1925-1997): past, present and future” (in Italian).Law Department, University of Rome 3, Italy, 8th May 2019.