The Roman legal history, from the age of monarchy to the codification by Justinian, with particular regard to: the institutions of the Republic and, later, the Empire of Rome; the foundation and evolution of legal science; the age of codes.
Francesca Galgano, 1st. class honours degree (cum laude) in Law in 1988, Faculty of Law of the University “Federico II” in Naples; Ph.D. in Roman Law in 1996; associate professor of History of Roman Law in Law Dept. of the University “Federico II” in Naples; elected member of CUG (Equal Opportunities Committee) in Law Dept. of the University “Federico II” in Naples; professor of History of Roman Law and, since 2006, of Byzantine Law in Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, Vatican City; since 2007 professor of Interpretation of Testamentary dispositions in post graduate course, Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, Vatican City; since 2007 in the consilium redactionis of Studia et Documenta Historiae et Iuris, ‘A’ review published from 1935 in Rome, Vatican City; since 2011 member of the scientific committee for the serial publication “Incunabula mentis. Classici del Novecento. Testi chiave per una formazione di giurista”, L’erma of Bretshneider ed. in Rome; counsellor of Associazione Ravenna Capitale d’Occidente; member of Accademia Romanistica Costantiniana; member of Associazione di Studi Tardoantichi; member of Società Italiana di Storia del diritto.