Arnaud Campi



  • Chargé d’enseignement suppléant (Lecturer) at the Faculty of Medicine - IEH2 (UNIGE)
  • Chargé d’enseignement (Lecturer) at the Faculty of Law (UNIGE)
  • Chargé de cours suppléant (Senior Lecturer) at the Global Studies Institute (UNIGE)

Dr iur. Arnaud CAMPI obtained his education in Swiss law at the University of Geneva, receiving successively a Bachelor's degree in law (2010), a Master's degree in civil and criminal law (2011), and a Doctorate in law (2017) with summa cum laude, which was awarded the Professor Walther HUG prize. At the same time, he completed the Collegio di diritto romano at the Centro di studi e ricerche sui diritti antichi (2014).

Recipient of a post-doctoral mobility grant awarded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, he joined the Sapienza Università di Roma (2019), the Zhongnan University of Economics and Law (2019) and the University of Oxford (2020), where he conducted research on the history of pawnbroking. He also attended the Summer Academy at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory (2022).

In addition to his doctoral thesis on lesion in contract law, his work includes the scientific edition of four volumes on tort law, the writing of two Swiss reports in the field of private law, and the commentary on ten articles of the Swiss Code of Obligations.

His teaching and research interests include legal history (Roman law ; ius commune ; civil codification), introduction to law and legal reasoning, and the relation between law and ethics.