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June 2014 - We joined the National Permanent Observatory on Justice Delivery invited by the National Bar Council, Rome

 

 

 

 

May 2014 - Speech at International Conference "Promises and Limits of Effective Justice", May 20-21, 2014 (Judicial Academy - Kromeriz, CZ)

 

 

May 2014 - Speeches at 1st National Conference on Italian Judicial System "#lanuovagiustizia@: equilibrio finanziario, innovazione, diritti dei cittadini", May 9-10, 2014 (Parma - Associazione Italiana Giovani Avvocati, AIGA)

 

 

 

May 2014 - Speech at 18° Italian Court Management Association Conference "Persone e tecnologie: da dove partire per migliorare il servizio giustizia", May 8-10, 2014 (Ancona, Italy - ADG)

 

 

 

April 2014 - Paricipation to "XVII Cumbre Judicial Iberoamericana" and to "V Feria de Justicia y Tecnologia", April 2-5 2014 (Santiago de Chile)

 

 

March- April 2014 - Invitation to a Study Visit at the Ministry of Justice in Chile and signing an agreement of cooperation, March 30 - April 1, 2014 (Santiago de Cile)

 

 

 

March 2014 - Study Visit in Italy of a "Jordanian Justice Delegation", promoted by the Council of Europe and organized by IRSIG-CNR in cooperation with the Court of Appeal and the Tribunal of Turin, March 25-27 - 2014 (Bologna and Turin)

 
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Organization, innovation and justice

Research coordinator: Dr. Marco Fabri

dreamsSince 1989 we have been studying the administration of justice and associated processes of change, taking a comparative and empirical approach. We mainly consider European justice systems , but ‑ thanks to the network of researchers and practitioners who we have helped to promote ‑ we often work with institutions in the United States, Australia and Canada. The focus of our research is the relations among normative, institutional, organizational and technological practices  that characterize the functioning of justice systems and processes of change within them. For this reason we try to work with institutions and researchers from other disciplines, which allows us to combine different perspectives and forms of  analysis.

See also the website Justice Administration and Management (JAM) Research Group.


Research lines

1 Information and communication technologies for justice systems
2 ICT for public prosecutor's office
3 The administration of justice
4 Evaluation of institutional and organisational impacts of technology in justice systems
5 Building Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online
 
 
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