Luca Pes

Professore associato

Facoltà di Giurisprudenza

Via Verdi, 53 - 38122 Trento
luca.pes[at]unitn [dot] it

PhD Anthropology, London School of Economics (2012).

Dottorato di ricerca in diritto civile, Università di Torino (2007).

MPhil Anthropology (Master), London School of Economics (2006).

MSc Law, Anthropology and Society (Master), London School of Economics (2005).

Laurea magistrale in Giurisprudenza, Università di Torino (2003).

Diploma in Diritto comparato, Faculté Internationale de Droit Comparé (1° e 2° ciclo), Strasbourg (2002).

Diplôme d’Etudes Universitaires Françaises, Université Jean Moulin Lyon III (2001).

Carriera accademica ed attività didattica

dal 2020: Professore associato in diritto privato comparato, Università di Trento

dal 2009: Faculty member, International University College of Turin.

2014-2019: Ricercatore a tempo determinato (tipo A), Università del Piemonte Orientale.

2013-2014: Visiting scholar in Law and Governance in Africa, Van Vollenhoven Institute, University of Leiden.

2012-2013: Assegnista di ricerca, Università di Torino.

2009-2012: Post-doctoral research and teaching fellow, International University College of Turin.

2009-2011: Assegnista di ricerca, Università del Piemonte Orientale.

2006-2009: Assegnista di ricerca, Università di Torino.


Attività didattica:

2014-2002: Diritto civile I (diritto di famiglia), Università del Piemonte Orientale. 

2019-2020: Comparative law and Chinese and Asian legal systems, Università del Piemonte Orientale.

2016-2019: International moot court competitions, Università del Piemonte Orientale.

2016-2018: Simulazioni processuali, Università del Piemonte Orientale.

2014-2015: Guest lecturer in African legal systems, International University College of Turin.

2013-2014: Law and governance in Africa, Van Vollenhoven Institute, University of Leiden. 

2013-2014: Guest lecturer in Law, governance and development, Van Vollenhoven Institute, University of Leiden. 

2009-2012: Anthropology of law and finance, International University College of Turin. 

2009-2012: Sistemi giuridici africani (modulo), Università del Piemonte orientale.

2007-2008: Guest lecturer in Comparative Law, Université de Bamako and Université Alfred Garçon (Mali). 

2005-2006: Guest lecturer in Private Law,  Università del Piemonte Orientale. 

2003-2004: Graduate Teaching Assistant in Private Law, Università di Torino. 

Interessi di ricerca

Diritto comparato; diritto dei paesi africani; antropologia giuridica; diritto dell'immigrazione; diritto civile e di famiglia.

Attività di ricerca

Brave new women: practices and aspirations of middle-age female solidarity (2019-2021).

Migrant children’s participation and identity construction in education and healthcare (2019-2020).

Prevention and Interaction in the Trans-Mediterranean area (PRIMED, 2019).

Polygamy and polyamory: the plurality of family forms and the emergence of new affective and relational practices (2016-2018).

Access to justice and institutional development in Libya, Van Vollenhoven Institute, University of Leiden (2013-2014).

A comparative study of the commons from a legal-anthropological perspective, University of Turin (2012-2014).

Research Legal Pluralism in Comparative Law, University of Eastern Piedmont (2009-2012).

Ethnographic fieldwork. Two-years field research in the village of Bancoumana, a rural locality of south-west Mali (2007-2009).

Access to justice in Mali conducted by the “Groupe d'Etude et de Recherche en Sociologie et Droit Appliqué”, University of Bamako (Mali, 2008-2009).

Research Global legal pluralism and the role of International financial institutions, University of Turin (2006-2008).

Investigator in the research Diffusion and Americanisation of the Rule of law, funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (2004-2006).