Piero is a Lecturer at the Centre for Law and Justice art Charles Sturt University. He works mainly in political and legal philosophy. His articles have appeared in in The Philosophical Quarterly, the Journal of Applied Philosophy, Law and Philosophy and Res Publica. His book Civil Disobedience: a Philosophical Overview was published in 2019. Piero’s research interests centre around issues in democratic theory, social protest and criminal justice ethics.
Piero teaches subjects on critical thinking, policing, human rights, and introductory subjects to criminal law.
Piero's research focuses on issues at the intersection between ethics, law and political philosophy. He has published work on civil disobedience and political obligation, and is currently working on whether compulsory voting is morally justifiable.