2022 / 2023
Presentation: Joris von Hoboken, Marta Maroni and Federica Casarosa
Discussants: Marta Cantero, Erik Longo
Presentation: Patrícia Jerónimo
Discussants: Sarah Nouwen, Isabela Delia Popa and Jaroslaw Gwizdak
2020 / 2021
At the end of this month, on 30 May 2021, Regulation 1049/01 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, will celebrate its twentieth birthday.
This event is dedicated to discussing recent case law from the CJEU and the ECtHR on judicial accountability standards.
2019 / 2020
On the occasion of World Refugee Day, the Webinar will discuss some of the current challenges faced by refugees with academics and practitioners in an attempt to put forward policy solutions and innovative legal interpretation.
Discussant: Andrew Geddes
The talk will embark on a critical evaluation of the
Discussant: Virginia Passalacqua
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the EU Charter. On this occasion, the Centre for Judicial Cooperation organises a lecture
2018 / 2019
Discussant: Giuseppe Martinico
The European Union and Deprivation of Liberty examines the EU legislative and judicial approach to deprivation of liberty from the perspective of the following fundamental rights and principles
Discussant: Michal Krajewski
This lecture examines the intersection between Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and contemporary court systems by referring to the changing roles of judges in an age of vanishing trials
Discussant: Federica Casarosa
Predictive policing software, neighbourhood aggregate credit scoring and many other algorithmic decision-support systems highlight how the potential negative outcomes of data use are no longer
Discussant: Lilian Tsourdi
In the EU, but also elsewhere, border procedures have become increasingly technology-driven. Current border technologies include the collection and storage of biometric data, the use of DNA tests to
Discussants: Mariavittoria Catanzariti and Stefan Alexander Luca
The lecture explores the factors which led the CJEU to reshape the legal framework of the (judicial) application of EU data protection law.
Commentators: Giovanni Sartor and Ofra Klein
Vadim Volkov is Rector of the European University at Saint-Petersburg and the Academic Director of the Institute for the Rule of Law of EUSP. His research interests range from the sociology of law to
Discussant: Natassa Athanasiadou
Moving from the analysis of the recent judgement De Capitani v. Parliament (Case T-540/15 – 22 March 2018) in which the General Court condemned the EU legislative process for lack of transparency,
Discussant: Giovanni Sartor
The Netherlands is working on a comprehensive modernisation of its Code of Criminal Procedure