Lectures and Book Launches

Lecture: Constitutional Identity in Italy: European Integration as the Fulfillment of the Constitution by Prof. Federico Fabbrini and Prof. Oreste Pollicino

By on 10th February 2017

Dear all, our working group has the pleasure to invite you to our second lecture of 2017 – Constitutional Identity in Italy: European Integration as the Fulfillment of the Constitution – Professors Federico Fabbrini (Dublin City Univeristy) and Oreste Pollicino (Bocconi University) will discuss the place of the Italian constitutional identity at the light of […]

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When cooperation means request for clarification, or better for “revisitation” – The Italian Constitutional Court request for a preliminary ruling in the Taricco case

By on 29th January 2017

Introduction One day after having struck down some significant parts of the electoral law, the Italian Constitutional Court (hereinafter “ICC”) has released another keenly awaited decision in the Taricco saga. The Court referred back to the Court of Justice of the European Union (hereinafter “CJEU”) a case that the judges sitting in Luxembourg had already […]

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Lectures and Book Launches

Lecture: “Gender Quotas” in French and Italian Public Law: A Tale of Two Converging and then Diverging Trajectories by Prof. Mathias Möschel

By on 13th December 2016

The Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group had the pleasure to invite you to the talk: “Gender Quotas” in French and Italian Public Law: A Tale of Two Converging and then Diverging Trajectories by Prof. Mathias Möschel, Associate Professor at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. On Tuesday, December 13, 3-5 pm, Sala Teatro, Badia Fiesolana. The […]

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