Research lines - Roman Law
The Section's research areas are: Roman private Law, public and private law of the late-ancient roman period, the economy and commercial institutions in the Roman Empire, the "legal personality" of the collective bodies, the breach of contractual obligations, the criminal law, Greek Law, the regulation of abortion and the law of Solon in testamentary matters.
In a close connection with an european and extra-european contest, the Section organize seminars and conferences in association with italian and foreign scholars.
Section's professors and scholars usually participate in conferences and seminars in Italy and abroad. They are members of prestigious Italian and foreign associations of the discipline and were visiting scholars and professors in the most prestigious european universities.