Alberto Puppo is full-time Professor and Researcher (since 2012). He is a member of the Mexican National System of Researchers (Level I). He holds a doctorate in Analytical Philosophy and General Theory of Law from the University of Milan, and the degree in Law from the University of Genova. Since 2013 he has been the co-editor of the Journal Isonomía - Revista de teoría y filosofía del derecho, and since 2015 he has coordinated, with Raymundo Gama, the Seminar of Legal Philosophy García Máynez.
Before 2012 he has been a Professor in different Universities in France, where he has been qualified as Maitre de Conférence in both the Philosophy and the Public Law sections. Before serving as Professor of Theory of Law at the ITAM, for thirteen years he has been Professor of Legal Italian (University Paris X -Nanterre), Theory of Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law (University of Cergy-Pontoise), Law of the European Union and Methodology of the legal dissertation (Institut supérieur de préparation aux grandes écoles) and Bioethics and philosophy of medicine (Center Epsilon).
Formed in the Genoese school, with his teachers Paolo Comanducci and Riccardo Guastini -who have pursued the heritage of Giovanni Tarello, the father of the Genoese legal realism,-, he has been involved, during his Parisian stay, with the Centre de Théorie du droit (University of Paris X, formerly directed by Michel Troper and currently directed by Pierre Brunet), and the Centre d`Études et de recherches - Fondements du droit public (formerly directed by Genevieve Koubi) and the Centre de philosophie juridique et politique (directed by Miguel Herrera), both from the University of Cergy-Pontoise. He is currently participating in the Papiit Project (Unam -IIJ) on the Sources of International Law (coordinated by Manuel Becerra).
His publications, between 1998 and 2016, have dealt with both public law and legal theory. His most recent in the field of philosophy of international law they have carried coordinating a book on the relations between normativist legal theory, religion and international peace.
Topics of Interest
- Legal Writing
- European Law
- Rule of Law and State of Exception
- International Law
- Legal Theory
- Philosophy of Law