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Biography

Andrea is a JRF at Trinity College, working on a research project entitled ‘The Foundations of State Constitutional Law’. His Fellowship is sponsored by the Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government in the University of Oxford's Faculty of Law.

Before joining Trinity College, Andrea was a Law Lecturer at University College and St. Hilda’s College, where he taught Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence. He also taught Jurisprudence for St. Edmund Hall. In the 2017-18 academic year, he will be teaching Jurisprudence for Trinity College.

Since 2015, Andrea has been a course convener and tutor on: (i) the Global Rule of Law & Constitutional Democracy Masters at the University of Genoa; and (ii) the Middlebury College - CMRS Oxford Humanities Program.

As a convener of the Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group, in 2010-11, he co-organised (with Luis Duarte d'Almeida and James Edwards) a series of seminars that led to the publication of Reading HLA Hart's 'The Concept of Law'.

 

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  • L Duarte d'Almeida, J Edwards and Dolcetti, 'Hart's Readers' in L Duarte d'Almeida, J Edwards and A Dolcetti (eds), Reading HLA Hart's The Concept of Law (Hart Publishing 2013)
  • Dolcetti and GB Ratti, 'I disaccordi giuridici rivisitati' in GB Ratti (ed), Studi sulla Logica del Diritto e della Scienza Giuridica (Marcial Pons 2013)
  • Dolcetti and GB Ratti, 'Legal Disagreements and the Dual Nature of Law' in W Waluchow and S Sciaraffa (eds), Philosophical Foundations of the Nature of Law (Oxford University Press 2013)
  • L Duarte d'Almeida, J Edwards and Dolcetti (eds), Reading HLA Hart's The Concept of Law (Hart Publishing 2013)
  • Dolcetti and GB Ratti, 'Desacuerdos interpretativos y acuerdos profundos. Réplica a Pablo Martín Perot' (2012) Analisi e Diritto 327

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Jurisprudence; public law; comparative constitutional law; political theory; history of political thought; epistemology of the social sciences.

 

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