Piero has lived and worked in Australia since 2011, after studying in UK and in Italy. He initially joined CSU as a contract lecturer in Philosophy, and moved to join Justice Studies as a permanent member in 2012. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Stirling (UK), and a MSC in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics. He wrote his doctoral dissertation on the relation between civil disobedient and the criminal justice system.
Piero's personal home page is Pieromoraro.weebly.com
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.