Andrea Pin (PhD, University of Turin, Italy) is associate professor of Comparative Public Law at the University of Padua, where he has taught Constitutional Law, Comparative Public Law, and Islamic Law, and Senior Fellow at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University (USA).
His interests mainly focus on constitutionalism in Middle East as well as on comparative perspectives on religious liberty, constitutional interpretation, and federalism. He has authored two books (Laicità e islam nell’ordinamento italiano, Cedam, 2010; La sovranità in America, Cedam, 2012), and dozens of legal articles. His works have appeared in Italian, English, French, and Spanish. Between 2011 and 2013 he was clerk justice at the Italian Constitutional Court.
personal page: http://didattica.unipd.it/offerta/docente/0528296D525138F563B57431FC900DBF