Research areas: Administrative Law; Applied Legal Theory and Legal Philosophy; Artificial Intelligence, Law and Technologies; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law and Criminal Justice; Private Law and Comparative Private Law; European and Comparative Public Law.

Please note that to finalize their application, candidates are recommended to consider the research and fields of interest currently engaged in by the Faculty.

Positions available for the a.y. 24/25: Five (1/5 reserved for candidates who obtained their qualification at a non-Italian University)

Scholarship: 16.243,00 EUR gross per year (on a total of 3 years), including social security charges, tuition fees, and one meal at the school canteen per working day (26 monthly).

An additional economic subsidy is provided for research periods conducted abroad. A rent subsidy might be provided too.

N.B.: the actual requirements for the application are set by the yearly Call for Admissions