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Guido Rivosecchi

Guido Rivosecchi (born May 4 1971 in Fano, Marche) is tenured Professor of Constistutional Law at LUMSA University. He graduated cum laude in 1995 and won the Tosi scholarship at the ‘Alfieri’ University of Florence. In 1997 his graduation research was awarded with a prize for public accounting research by the Ministry of Economy of Italy. In 1997 he graduated from the Academy of European Law of the Fiesole European Institute. In 1997 he also undertook a PhD in Public Law, completed in 2000, at Florence University. In 2001 he became Researcher of Public Law at the University of Lecce, where he became Associated Professor in December 2003. In the year 2002-2003 he has been teaching Regional Law at the Economics Faculty of Lecce University and Comparative Public Law for the Political Sciences courses of the Lecce University. In the years 2008-2013 he has been teaching Public Law, Constitutional Law, and Regional Law for many courses of the Napoli Parthenope University. In the years 2014-2017 he has been teaching Public Law, Constitutional Law, and Regional Law for many courses of the LUMSA University.