International Extradition and the Practice of the European Arrest Warrant. 2019 Edition
|Venue||Hotel Cocca, Via Predore n 75 / Sarnico, Lake Iseo, Italy|
|Link||Event Page of the International Extradition Portal|
- Basics of EU Law and ECHR Law;
- Bilateral extradition treaties v. The “European Arrest Warrant” system;
- Comparative extradition law;
- Domestic and International case-law on the EAW;
- How to challenge an extradition request and the rights of fugitive suspects;
- Famous extradition cases (Assange, Polanski, Pinochet, etc...);
- Unlawful and disguised forms of extradition (i.e. extraordinary rendition, expulsion of aliens).
Criminal defence attorneys, federal and state judges, prosecutors, federal law enforcement, academic lawyers with an interest in criminal justice, human rights and comparative law.
Plan of Activities:
- The program consists of a series of closed-door seminars held by international extradition experts - including renowned British Solicitors and Barristers - over the course of two days (training hours: 12);
- A social dinner by the Lake Iseo will be hosted on Monday night; Seminars will be conducted through an innovative learning-by-doing style, which encourages group discussions and simulations of extradition and EAW proceedings;
- Seminars will also include the sharing of experiences, the viewing of mini-videos and the review of famous extradition cases.
What You Will Bring Home:
- In-depth knowledge of extradition and EAW law;
- Review of recent developments in extradition case-law (ECJ, ECHR and selected domestic Supreme Courts);
- A set of skills for extradition cases;
- A set of “lines of argument” for extradition cases;
- Useful extradition material, including cases, literature and samples of authentic EAWs;
- A network of colleagues expert in extradition-related matters.
Accommodation & Optional Study-visit to Italy:
Participants are encouraged to arrive at the Hotel Cocca on Sunday June 23rd and spend at least 2 nights there.
Accommodation at a favourable rate is available at the Hotel Cocca (€100 per night including breakfast & meals).
Participants could decide to extend their stay and join the Study-visit to Italy - a separate programme that will include a number of comparative seminars and observation of trials before the first instance and appellate courts of Brescia.
Programme fee: €435.