Performers of the seminar on 19th December - Part I
We are delighted to introduce the Performers for the upcoming seminar: “The Organisation of Judicial Systems: Recent Approaches and Ancient Gripes”.
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Prof. Patrycja Grzebyk – University of Warsaw
Lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, the University of Warsaw, where she obtained her PhD in Political Sciences in 2010. Also, she obtained her habilitation in Legal Sciences at the Institute of Legal Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 2018. She has received various awards, including the Manfred Lachs Award for the best monograph in the field of international law. Professor Patrycja Grzebyk has been a member of the Strategic Yearbook since 2007, the Journal of International Humanitarian Action since 2018, and the Editorial Board of ESIL Reflections since 2019. Furthermore, Professor has been a member of the Board of the European Association of International Law since 2022. Her research is focused mainly on international criminal law, international humanitarian law, human rights, and international responsibility.
Christa Maria Madrid Boiquin PhD – Jaume I University
Lecturer in Procedural Law at the University of Jaume I in Castelló, Spain, where she received her PhD after a scientific stay at Pace University in New York (USA). She is the author of several publications in monographs, journals, and translations that covered different topics, such as the International Criminal Court, criminal mediation, transitional justice, human rights, privileged credit protection, gender violence, and victims’ rights. Among her publications is the monograph La Prueba Ilícita en el Proceso Civil, as well as various articles and book chapters based on the application of the rules for the exclusion of evidence in Spain, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights. Her research is focused mainly on comparative procedural law, such as criminal liability of legal persons, criminal investigation, and credit protection.
Dalila Federici PhD – Sapienza University of Rome
Research fellow in Criminal Law at the Sapienza University of Rome. She has researched abroad at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal law in Fribourg and the Bodleian Library of Oxford University. She has been a speaker at national and international conferences and is an editorial board member of scientific journals of Criminal Law, such as “Cassazione Penale” and “Penale-Diritto e Procedura”. As part of the research project called “Giustizia Agile” she has been studying how to make legal issues explored and more efficient the Italian judicial system. Her research is focused mainly on corporate criminal law, especially false accounting and Market Abuse.
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