Claudio Franchini

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Biography

Professional Assistant, Administrative Law, University of Rome (1981-1989). Professor of Administrative Law, University of Urbino, 1990-1994. Full Professor of Public Law, University of Florence, 1995-2000. Dean of Faculty of Political Sciences "Cesare Alfieri," University of Florence, 1998-2000. Full Professor of Public Law, University of Rome "Tor Vergata," 2000+. Chairman of "Consorzio per lo sviluppo delle pubbliche amministrazioni," Consortium for Developing of Civil Services, Rome, 1997—. Member: Ministry of Transport Committee for the Reform, 1993; Ministry of Agriculture Committee for the Reform, 1993; Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Reform, 1994; Committee for the Reform of Ministries, 1994; Authority of Communication Establishment Committee. Author of several publications on the topic of Administrative and Public Law.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+39-06-855-0010  Phone
+39-06-8424-2253  Fax
www.diamato.eu
University Attended:
University of Rome, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1977
Year of First admission:
1983
Admission:
1983, Italy
Languages:
Italian and English and French
ISLN:
914266073

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