Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy is one of the world’s leading centres for legal research and education. Our work is focused on topics in analytical legal theory and philosophy of positive law, constitutional democracy, human rights, bioethics, sociology of law and history of european legal culture.
Our library in Balbi Street has an outstanding collection of works in legal philosophy. Most of it is in English, Spanish and Italian, though we also have numerous publications in French and German.
Visiting PhD Students, Postdoctoral Fellows, and Senior Scholars
TiLPh welcomes applications to make research visits from scholars of excellence at all stages of the profession especially those with active interests in topics of our expertise. Proposed visits may be for anything from a few days to a full academic year. We can usually provide visitors with office space at the Institute. However, priority in regard of the use of our library’s computers is given to TiLPh graduate students, postdocs and stipendiary fellows.
Prospective visitors should contact any of the TiLPh faculty members for further information, also writing to us though here.