Viterbo GAL Seminars Series

Beginning in 2005, a two-day seminar on Global Administrative Law has been held annually (usually in mid-June) in Viterbo, Italy, at the Political Science Faculty of La Tuscia University. A theme is specified for each year, and a call for papers is issued (and posted on this website) to invite scholars from around the world to submit paper proposals. For papers and summaries of discussions, follow the link to each year’s seminar. These seminars, convened by Professors Stefano Battini and Giulio Vesperini, draw from research projects headed by Professor Sabino Cassese at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” and at the IRPA, and regularly involve scholars from universities in Italy and other parts of Europe, New York University School of Law, and elsewhere.

The Viterbo VIII Seminar will be held in June 2012, and will focus on the theme “Indicators as a Technology of Global Governance”.

The Seminar Steering Committee includes Giulio Vesperini, Stefano Battini, Edoardo Chiti, Mario Savino, and Lorenzo Casini. The Seminar Organizing Team is made of Giulia Bertezzolo, Eleonora Cavalieri, and Elisabetta Morlino.

Viterbo VIII (2012)

Viterbo VII (2011)

Viterbo VI (2010)

Viterbo   V (2009)

Viterbo IV (2008)

Viterbo  III (2007)

Viterbo   II (2006)

Viterbo    I (2005)