THE SIECO II – International Seminar on Transnational Organized Crime Studies, which will take place at the Autonomous University of Lisbon, on May 31 and June 1, 2022, is a scientific event held by Ratio Legis – Center for Research and Development in Legal Sciences of the Autonomous University of Lisbon in partnership with JusGov/ JusCrim from the Law School of the University of Minho.
The event aims to present and debate studies on the phenomenon of organized crime at a transnational level within the scope of the R&D Project Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime. It will deal with topics such as the criminal liability of legal persons, material and procedural criminal reforms, national and foreign, in the face of organized crime, the influence of criminal policy and criminology studies on persecutory policies and legislative changes with a security and justice bias. , corruption, crypto-assets, money-laundering, technology, obtaining, preserving and processing criminal evidence and international legal cooperation.
The event features interventions by professors/researchers and law professionals from Portugal – University of Minho, University of Coimbra, Catholic University, Autonomous University of Lisbon –, from Spain – University of Salamanca, Pontifical University of Comillas, University of Seville –, from Brazil – University of São Paulo, Higher School of Police of the National Academy of the Federal Police, IDP-Brasilia, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul – and from Italy – Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna and Autonomous University of Lisbon.
R&D project Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime UAL's Ratio Legis has, since 2018, developed and published studies [already 4 Volumes] on the phenomenon of transnational organized crime and intends to establish itself as the basis of an international network of scientific studies on one of the phenomena that undermines and crumbles the rule of law and democracies.