In ideal connection with the book published by ‘Istituto Betti’ in 2015 (I giuristi e il fascino del regime [1918-1925]), this book focuses on the regime in the 1930s. It is the age of the consolidation of fascism. The general design of fascism was to reorganize the mass society on the imprint of the fascist culture, to modernize the institutional structures and to propose a new legality under the aegis of the strong State. Thus, in that decade, whereas relations with the Church had been settled by the Concordat, proposals in search of the ‘third way’ flourished, but naturally those proposals flowed into the regime’s political system. Therefore, far from being an expression of pluralism. The contributions embrace various thematic areas, aiming to broaden new research paths through exploratory surveys. The discussion is often transversal, not only because of the alleged integrity of the Fascist legal culture inclined to build ‘the new man’, but also because of the shift towards the public characterization of all the paradigms of law that affected the legal condition of individuals and all the bodies of civil society. One can speak of a process of ‘juridification’ of the regime’s policies, in this way aspiring to become a model for export.