Performers of the seminar on 19th December - Part II
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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Alejandro Hernandez Lopez PhD – University of Valladolid
Research Fellow at the University of Valladolid, where he obtained his PhD in Legal Sciences. He is also a Visiting Scholar at the University of Burgos. Dr. Hernández López is an author of numerous publications on the topic of judicial cooperation in criminal matters and the AFSJ, having participated in numerous national and international forums and conferences. He has carried out research visits in prestigious international centers, including the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, the Instituut Voor Strafrecht & Criminologie of the University of Leiden, and the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust) in The Hague. His research interests cover criminal procedural law (Spanish, European and comparative) and the procedural rights and safeguards of the investigated and accused persons.
Aleksandra Komar – Nalepa PhD – University of Warsaw
Assistant Professor at the Department of International Criminal Procedure at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, where she obtained her PhD in Legal Sciences. Dr. Komar-Nalepa is an author of numerous scientific publications, including 'The circumstantial evidence - the scope and methods of construction on the example of murder cases'. She is an attorney at law with extensive experience in representing the rights of suspects and defendants, pursuing compensation claims, and conducting civil and criminal cases. Her scientific interests cover theoretical and practical problems related to circumstantial evidence in criminal cases and all legal issues connected with medical and pharmaceutical law.
Mattia Cutolo PhD Candidate – University of Salerno
March 2020, graduated summa cum laude from the University of Trento. He obtained an LL.M. at Washington University School of Law, and in 2019 he conducted research in Comparative Criminal Law as a Visiting Researcher at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Since November 2020, Mattia Cutolo has been a PhD Candidate in Comparative Criminal Law at the University of Salerno. Also, since March 2021, he has been a Teaching Fellow in Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Trento. He has gained relevant experience working for law firms specializing in criminal law and litigation. His research interests mainly focus on transitional justice and the participation of people in the administration of justice.
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