09 to 10 March 2023 Seville, Spain

Congreso Internacional: Retos de la cooperación judicial europea en materia civil y penal

Published 12 months ago (updated 12 months ago)

The international conference is held within the framework of the project “Civil and Criminal Procedural Law from the Perspective of the European Union: the consolidation of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (CAJI)”, which is supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación). Participants will discuss challenges for the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and its cooperation mechanisms in civil and criminal matters. Speakers will address, inter alia, the following topics:

  • The role of the European Court of Justice in the European judicial area;
  • Judicial independence and rule of law in Europe;
  • The principle of proportionality in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in criminal matters;
  • The digitization of judicial cooperation;
  • The new Brussels-II bis Regulation;
  • Human rights due diligence obligations for companies;
  • Pre-bankruptcy instruments following the transposition of Directive (EU) 2019/1023;
  • The European Account Preservation Order;
  • The taking of evidence in civil and commercial matters in the field of judicial cooperation in the EU;
  • The procedural status of suspected or accused children in the EU;
  • The European Protection Order;
  • The fight against cryptocurrencies as tools for money laundering and the financing of organised crime;
  • Fundamental rights in the context of the EU criminal justice system and the execution of the European Arrest Warrant.

Languages of the conference: Spanish, English, and Italian.

For details on the programme and registration, see the conference flyer or navigate to the conference website.

All interested persons are also invited to submit papers on the subject matter of the conference (see "Call for Papers"). If selected, authors are invited to defend their work at the conference and the best defended papers will be proposed for publication in a subsequent collective book.