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Launch of Prof. Jacob Öberg's book "The Normative Foundations for EU Criminal Justice: Powers, Limits and Justifications"

Event by the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice of the Queen's University Belfast School of Law

Operational Model for Linking Restorative Justice and Criminal Proceedings

University of Tuscia, "Giustizia AGILE" Project

Winter School on "Victims' Rights in Light of the Council of Europe Recommendation CM/Rec 2023(2)"

University of Insubria, Como, January 29th - February 2nd 2024

Review of European Litigation

Publication of the first issue

Concurrence of Norms and Complex Offenses in Italian Criminal Law: Specific Reference to Article 84

The complex crimes don’t have lost effect in Italian and Spanish criminal law. Their study remains still necessary and appropriate today. The appearance of diversified hypotheses of complexity attached to evaluative aspects forces us to analyze the structural and concurrent relations of this class of offenses, in such a way that the dogmatic rudiments with which until now have been faced with their application and interpretation are updated. In this sense, it is useful to examine Italian doctrine and case law that has advanced a lot in the line of what has been called here a double trial of normative concurrence in which the institutes of complexity and pluri-offensiveness are finally organized in a logical-systematic order.

How Can We Combat the Unethical Supplier?

Italian translation by Cecilia Valbonesi