Pepo was an 11th-century consultant judge ("causidicus") who became the first law teacher at the University of Bologna. His teaching was based on Justinian's compilations of Roman law, including the Code, Institutes, and Digest.
Pepo was one of the most renown professors in the Medieval ages at the University of Bologna.
- Peter Stein, Roman Law in European History 45-46 (Cambridge University Press 1999)
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