Adolfo Giuliani, PhD (Cambridge), is an Italian legal historian and Marie Curie Fellow at the Centre of Excellence in Law (Eurostorie) at the University of Helsinki.
His work focuses on late-medieval and early-modern legal history and has published on topics such as judicial proofs, presumption, interpretation, judicial discretion, legal reasoning, sources of law and others.
His other centre of interest is legal theory with special reference to the anti-formalist turn of the period 1930-60.
His background is in law (laurea cum laude) and political theory/intellectual history (MSc London School of Economics 2000 and MPhil Cambridge 2001). He wrote his doctoral dissertation on 16th century theory of presumptions (PhD Cambridge 2007). He also received a PhD in EU private law (Macerata 2013).
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