Andrej Kristan

I am visiting lecturer at the University of Girona and non-stipendary fellow at the Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy in Genoa.

My interests are mainly in the fields of jurisprudence and philosophy of language, though I also hold degrees in history of legal institutions and in law. I studied in Ljubljana, Poitiers, Paris (Panthéon-Assas), Brussels (European Academy of Legal Theory), Alicante, Genoa, Kraków and Berkeley.

While some of my work has been published in articles and book chapters in various languages, my doctoral dissertation on the semantics of legal discourse received the 2015 European Award of Legal Theory, which entails publication of the book with Hart Publishing. I serve as co-editor in chief of Revus. Journal for Constitutional Theory and Philosophy of Law. Another project I proudly invite you to check, is the Advanced Masters in Global Rule of Law & Constitutional Democracy, which includes some of the best international experts in the field.