‘Beyond Data: Human Rights, Ethical and Social Impact Assessment in Artificial Intelligence’ is an open access book that focuses on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on individuals and society from a legal perspective. Chair: Federica Casarosa Speaker : Alessandro Mantelero Discussants :Mariavittoria CatanzaritiMarta AchlerMarta Explore More
CJC – CMPF – Legaltech workshop The European Union has recently adopted the Digital Services Act, a regulation aimed at creating a safer digital space where the fundamental rights of users are protected and establishing a level playing field for businesses. While the objective of Explore More
Asylum Governance in Europe: Legal Frameworks, Adjudication, and New Technological Challenges Wednesday 17 June 2020 @15:00 – 16:45 Watch the recording of the video here. On the occasion of World Refugee Day, the CJC in collaboration with the MPC will hold a joint Webinar to Explore More
On January 28, the Centre will host its third CJC lecture for 2019/2020. Janneke Van Casteren will present on “Unwrapping the Black Box: National Courts’ interpretation of Preliminary Rulings”. Discussant: Dr Mateusz Grochowski.Venue: Villa Salviati – Sala degli Stemmi at 15.
On November 12, the Centre will host its second CJC lecture for 2019/2020. The lecture of Prof. Valsamis Mitsilegas will be devoted to “The Normative Foundations of the Criminalisation of Migration”. Discussant: Prof. Andrew Geddes.Venue: Villa Salviati – Sala Torrino at 15.
On May 28, the Centre will host its CJC lecture. The lecture of Dr Leandro Mancano will be devoted to “The European Union and Deprivation of Liberty”. Discussant: Prof. Alessandro Martinico.Venue: Villa Schifanoia – Sala Belvedere at 11.
On 6 November 2018, the Centre will host its third CJC lecture with Prof Lorena Bachmaier Winter. The lecture will be dedicated to “Five years after Melloni: the constitutional dialogue in the EU”. Discussant: Dr. Francesca GalliVenue: Sala Europa – Villa Schifanoia, 5 p.m.
On 16 October 2018, the Centre will host its second CJC lecture with Mr Emilio de Capitani. The lecture will be dedicated to “Transparency and access to documents in the EU : recent developments and open questions”. Discussant: Prof. Natassa Athanasiadou. Venue: Sala Triaria – Explore More
On 18 September 2018, the Centre will host its first CJC lecture with prof. Bert-Jaap Koops. The lecture will be dedicated to “New privacy concepts for regulating digital investigations: Experiences in modernising the Dutch Code of Criminal Procedure”. Venue: Sala Triaria – Villa Schifanoia, 4 p.m.