On behalf of the Hub for Academic Excellence – Digital Justice, dr Karolina Kremens invites to the first lectures of the Digital Justice Seminar Series organised by the Hub. At the invitation of the Hub, next week the Faculty will host Prof. Giulia Lasagni from the University of Bologna (Italy).
Prof. Lasagni is a specialist in European criminal law and process and we have been working closely with her for many years – she is, among others, one of the leaders of the EU CrossJustice grant in which the employees of the Incubator and the Department of Criminal Procedure participate. During her stay, Prof. Lasagni will give two lectures on the admissibility of electronic evidence in the EU and the challenges facing the use of artificial intelligence for criminal justice purposes. Both lectures will be available both on-site at the Faculty (Room 418A) in the sanctioning regime and will also be available online on the Teams platform.
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Giulia Lasagni is Junior Assistant Professor in criminal procedure at the University of Bologna.She has worked in the legal department of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) of the European Central Bank and at the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF). She was a Post-doc Researcher at the University of Luxembourg and a Visiting Researcher at the University of Chapel Hill (North Carolina). She is part of European research projects (DG JUST, DG HOME, Hercule) in the field of criminal justice and new technologies. She is author of the monograph “Banking Supervision and Criminal Investigation. Comparing the EU and US Experiences” (Springer/Giappichelli, 2019).