Italian jurist and deputy; born at Pitigliano May 4, 1850. He studied law in his native town and in Mondavi, Leghorn, and Pisa, graduating from the university of the last-named city in 1872. He then established himself as a counselor at law in Florence, acting also for several years as secretary of the Jewish community of that city. In 1900 he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies as the representative of Scansano, district of Grosseto, and was reelected in 1904.
Sorani is the author of the following works: "I Partiti Politici," "Maggioranze e Minoranze," and "Sull' Esercizio Provvisorio del Commercio Concesso al Fallito" (Florence, 1891); "Della Ricerca della Paternità" (3d ed. ib. 1892); "La Banca d'Italia, Provedimenti Legislativi, Stato Finanziario e Proposte di Assestamento" (ib. 1894); "Della Cambiale e dell' Assegno Bancario" and "Il Fallimento" (Rome, 1896); "La Donna" (3d ed. Poggibonsi, 1896); and "Sull Disegno di Legge per il Riordinamento dell' Imposta di Ricchezza Mobile" (Pitigliano, 1897).
- Il Vessillo Israelitico, 1900, p. 204.