Emanuele Conte

Emanuele Conte is a professor of Legal History at the Law School of the University of Rome 3. He is also "directeur d'études" at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. His work combines a research into the creation, formation, and transformation of the discipline of Legal History, and a new series of proposals on how to analyze concepts, rules, and institutions that lawyers and legal scholars were discussing in the margins of the medieval manuscripts of the Roman legal corpora.

The Power and the Law –Conte

Published on October 25, 2019
Around 1200, the lawyers were looking for a balance between the two author­ities: the one of the law­makers and the one of the existing law.