Education: Bar Exam (2005); PhD in Philosophy of Law, University of Pisa (2004); Degree in Law, University of Genova (1999).
Teaching: Jurisprudence (Part C) (LLB), Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London (2013); Member of the Doctoral Committee in History of European Legal Culture, University of Genova (2008-2012); Communication and Argumentation Techniques (module leader), Specialization School for Legal Professions, University of Brescia (2008-present); Theories of Justice (module leader), University of Brescia (2009, 2011); Legal Informatics (module leader), University of Brescia (2010); Philosophy of Law (module leader), University of Brescia (2009). Visiting researcher at the King’s College London, Centre of European Law (Apr-Jul 2011), l’Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (Mar 2007), Max Planck Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt (Nov 2002-Mar 2003).
Selected recent publications: “One, None and One Hundred Thousand Margins of Appreciations. Notes on the Lautsi Case”, Human Rights Law Review 2013; “Legal Order, Legal Pluralism, Fundamental Principles. Europe and Its Law in Three Concepts”, European Law Journal 18/3, 2012, pp. 358–384; “Più vicino ai cittadini? Processi costituzionali europei, politica della comunicazione e pubblicità”, Filosofia politica 24/3, 2010, pp. 467-488; “The Interpretation of Community Law by the European Court of Justice”, German Law Journal 10/5, 2009.
Prof. Itzcovich will give an on-line course on Philosophy of International Law.