The Centre’s philosophy ensures cooperation and dialogue between legal practitioners and academics, offering an experimental forum where concrete problems in the delivery of justice are discussed from the perspectives of both worlds.

Through the Centre’s events, legal practitioners and academics will be able to expand their knowledge in a comprehensive manner, learning from each other’s practices, reasoning and opinions.

Moreover, legal practitioners and academics will be challenged through experimental activities, such as moot court cases and role playing, enhancing the opportunity for participants to acquire the legal and methodological tools necessary to guide them in their subsequent practical application. In order to do so, the hypothetical cases and examples do not just replicate the decided cases, rather they will also provide the opportunity to identify and test the new challenges and developments in the selected areas.