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IRSiG-CNR

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Titolo:
Judicial Electronic Data Interchange in Europe: Application Policies and Trends
Quando:
11.10.2002 - 12.10.2002
Dove:
Faculty of Political Science - Bologna
Categoria:
Convegni / Conferences

Descrizione

How to partecipate

This is an invitation-only event, to register please contact IRSIG-CNR at segreteria@irsig.cnr.it

Abstract

This Research-Seminar Project stresses the need to pursue judicial cooperation in the area of civil law, and criminal matter. It contributes to fostering mutual knowledge of European legal and judicial systems form the perspective of judicial electronic data interchange. The Project is not limited to legal literature, but it has a inter-disciplinary approach, and it focuses on practical experiences and policies implemented. It ends with a Seminar to disseminate the information collected, to pass on knowledge of immediate use in carrying on professional activities, as well as to increase the number of practitioners, academics, and policy makers who will take advantage of and profit from the research. In addition, the Seminar environment will allow a high degree of interaction between the project organizers and the participants, and it will stimulate the transfer of knowledge to those who have not had the opportunity to attend the Seminar.

See the documents related to the subject (interactive map): http://www.irsig.cnr.it/interactive_map.htm

Partnership

The Research Institute on Judicial Systems (IRSIG-CNR) has received a two Grotius grant from the European Commission to carry on the research project: Judicial Electronic Data Interchange in European Civil Proceedings and Criminal Matters : Application Policies and Trends (Grotius Civil and Grotius II Criminal 2001/GRP/031), along with the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Information Technology, Catholic University, Leuven (Belgium),Centre for Judicial Studies, University of Bologna (Italy) Norwegian State Court Information Technology Service (Norway) Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law, Utrecht University (The Netherlands).

Speakers

Pier Ugo Calzolari (Rector, University of Bologna); Giuseppe Di Federico (Director IRSIG-CNR and Member of the Italian Superior Council of the Magistracy); Marco Fabri (Senior researcher IRSIG-CNR); Peter Bauer (Magister, Federal Ministry of Justice, Austria); Francesco Contini (Researcher, IRSIG.CNR); Petr Landkammer (Director, IT Department, Ministry of Justice, Czeck Republic); Peder Wiese (IT Director, Danish Court Administration); Jos Dumortier (Director, K.U. Leuven-ICRI, Belgium); Peter Kriz (Produktmarketing Firmenlösungen, Datakom Austria GMB); Kari Kujanen (Head of Data Administration, Department of Judicial Administration, Ministry of Justice, Finland); Philip Langbroek ( Senior Researcher,D epartment of Constitutional and Administrative Law, Utrecht University, The Nederlands); Olivier Le Clercq de Lannoy (Consultant Engineer, Courts Computerisation Office, Judicial Services Directorate, Franch Ministry of Justice); Jörgen Nilsson ( Senior Staff Lawyer & Associate Judge of Appeal, Swedish National Courts Administration, Domstolsverket); Steiner Skagemo (Center for Information Technology and Administrative System - CITAS, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, Norway); Morten S. Hagedal ( Project Manager, Norwegian State Court IT Service); John Coyle (Head of Information Technology, Court Service, Ireland); Perry Timms (Customer Relations Manager, Court Service, England and Wales); Dory Reiling (ICT Program Manager, Council for the Judiciary Information Management, The Nederlands); Richard Woolfson (Consultant in Management, IT and the Law, Grait Britain).

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Venue:
Faculty of Political Science   -   Sito web
Via:
Stada Maggiore, 45
Cap:
40125
Città:
Bologna
Provincia:
Bo
Paese:
Paese: it
 
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