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Michele Papa

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Personal bio
Michele Papa is a visiting professor at the Stanford University Florence Campus. He is Full Professor of Criminal Law and of Comparative Criminal Law at the University of Florence. Michele Papa was Dean of the Law School (2006-2009) and Vice President of the University from 2009 to 2011 when he moved to Columbia Law School as a Visiting professor for the Fall semester (2011). He returned as a Visiting professor to Columbia Law School again in the Fall of 2013. He was also a Visiting professor at Osaka University (Winter 2014), at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. (Fall 2003). Among his most recent publications, in Italian, are the books Lezioni di diritto penale comparato (co-authored with F. Palazzo, Giappichelli, 2013); Crimes against property in Anglo-Americam Criminal Law (Utet 2013), and a large number of other articles, including essays on Cesare Beccaria (Criminalia 2015) and on Federalisation of Criminal Law (Diritto penale XXI secolo, 2013). He is co-director of the Italian main Criminal Law treatise, Trattato di diritto penale, (UTET); member of the editorial board of the Law Review, Criminalia, and Co-director of the law books Series, “Quaderni di diritto comparato, internazionale ed europeo” (Giuffrè). He is a member of the Scientific Board of UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Research Institute) Master’s Program in International Criminal Law. He has also been a scientific consultant for the United Nations and for the European Union Commission. His present research interests focus on the Theory of Comparative Criminal Law, on Law and Semiotics and on the development of new paradigms of Criminal responsibility in the social and normative context.

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