PhD student - XXXII cycle
Field of research: The conflict about enlightened reformism between France and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany
Tutor: Prof.ssa Claudia STORTI
Short biography and research areas: Brenno Bianchi (Prato, 1991), earned an A Level in classical studies, moved to Rome in 2010 after the admission in the Luiss Guido Carli School of Law. During university’s years, in 2011 he was admitted to a special course organized by the National Association of Insurance Companies (ANIA) about legal novelties in the automobile liability insurance sector; between September 2012 and February 2013, he took part in the Erasmus Project at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; in 2013 he was a semifinalist and in 2014 winner of the International Arbitration Rome Competition organized in collaboration with the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Law Firm. The same years, he chose as university major ‘Law and Economics’ and he graduated cum laude in April 2016 with a dissertation in History of Law.
In September 2016, he moved to Milan after the admission to the PhD “Cesare Beccaria” program at the University of Milan, with a project related to the history of law curriculum titled “The conflict about enlightened reformism between France and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany”.
Specialization areas: economic institution, enlightened reformism, jurisdiction in the early modern age.
Main areas: History of Law.