Angioletta Sperti is Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law at the University of Pisa where she teaches comparative constitutional law and human rights law. Her main research interests include constitutional justice, comparative legal systems, LGBT rights. She has also conducted extensive research on presidential accountability and impeachment in the Italian system of government. She holds an Ll.M from UCLA (USA) and a PhD from Scuola Superiore S. Anna (Italy). She is the author of three monographs (in Italian) on Italian constitutional court (Corti supreme e conflitti tra poteri, 2003) the presidential accountability (La responsibilità del Presidente della Repubblica, 2010) and the dialogue among constitutional courts on LGBT rights (Omosessualità e diritti, 2013). She regularly contributes to articolo29.it, a legal website focusing on the advancement of LGBT rights in Italy and is a member of the editorial board of GenIUS, an Italian law review on gender and sexual orientation equality.
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