Luigi Sandirocco teaches Roman law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Teramo. Lecturer in Fundamentals of European Law at the School of Specialization for Legal Professions (Unite) and lecturer of Judicial Deontology always at the School of Specialization for Legal Professions (Unite). He is qualified to practice the legal profession and since 2004 enrolled in the special register of the Supreme Court. He is an ordinary member of the Constantine Romanist Academy, of the Association of Late Studies, of the Italian Society of the History of Law, of the Association for the Research and Development of National and European Fundamental Rights. He has written multiple essays and numerous articles on family and marital ties in Roman legal experience. For the publishing Aracne – series “Le vie del diritto” published the volumes: Vergini Vestali. Onori, oneri, privilegi. Riflessione sul ius testamenti faciundi (2016); Matrimoni romani tra diritto e realtà. Monogamia, esogamia, etnogamia (2016); Il mito del potere. Teodora e Giustiniano tra pubblico e privato (2019); La famiglia e il diritto alla discendenza. Aspetti giuridici e interpretativi in Roma antica (2020).