The seminar series “Perspectives on Criminal Law” aims to enhance a critical approach to Criminal Law and its main contemporary issues. It gathers Professors with special expertise in different areas “inside and around” Criminal Law: History, Philosophy, Criminology, International Criminal Law.
"As David Nelken (e.g., 2006), a British scholar based in Italy and probably the leading active criminal and juvenile justice comparativist, has observed [...]" (Michael Tonry, in The Oxford Handbook of Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice, edited by Barry C. Feld and Donna M. Bishop).
On the 5th of March 2019, 3 p.m., Aula I Palazzo Toscanelli, Prof. Jan Klabbers will be giving a talk on "The Authority of International Organisations: epistemic and otherwise", within the seminar series "The Return of the Sovereign in Europe"
On the 5th of March, 3 p.m., Aula I Palazzo Toscanelli, Professor Klabbers, holding the Martti Ahtisaari Chair and Professor of International Law, from the University of Helsinki, and Member of the Council of the PhD in Law at the Scuola, will deliver a lecture on “The Authority of International
The Conference Criminal Law in Times of Crisis: General and Specific Issues, will examine the the rule of law in times of crisis by evaluating with international experts, exponents of the NGOs world and private entrepreneurship if and how criminal law can still respond to the questions p
The Conference Privacy and the Control of Knowledge in the Era of Big Data will examine the the rule of law in times of crisis by addressing the delicate relationship between privacy and control of knowledge in the era of big data.
The Conference Crisi della Democrazia, Populismo e Procedure Legislativo-Costituzionali will examine the the rule of law in times of crisis by addressing the crisis of democracy, populism and their relations with the legislative-constitutional procedure.