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Andrea Pin

Andrea Pin is Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Padova, Italy. He is also a lecturer of Public Comparative Law in that university's faculty of law. Previously, he was a lecturer of Interethnic Law in the Catholic University of Milan. Professor Pin has also collaborated with the Nonprofit National Agency since 2009 and the Istituto di Ricerca della Regione Lombardia since 2007. He has clerked for Italian Supreme Court Justice Marta Cartabia since 2011. In the U.S., Professor Pin is a senior fellow and visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University. In addition to teaching, he is on the scientific committees and editorial boards of a number of Italian journals and has written in or collaborated with several notable Italian newspapers. He has co-written a book, Dialogo Fraterno, with Rabbi Michael Shevack, as well as produced about three dozen academic articles and speeches.