SIECO II – PART 2 | INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME STUDIES
SIECO II – International Seminar on Transnational Organized Crime Studies, which will take place at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2022, is an international scientific event organized by the Ratio Legis – Center for Research and Development in Legal Sciences of the Autonomous University of Lisbon in partnership with JusGov/JusCrim of the Law School of the University of Minho.
The lecturers propose to debate the penal legislative alterations in the era of globalization [criminal power and the crimes of power], the continuous «struggle» in the prevention and repression of criminality and political-legal withdrawals, the need for the rule of law democratic not to abdicate ethical superiority in the prevention and repression of organized crime, as well as its compliance with the European Convention on Human Rights and respect for constitutional guarantees, the hidden means of criminal investigation in Germany, preparatory investigations in criminal cases of criminality organized in Italy, the criminal procedural treatment of organized crime in Brazil, along with the proliferation and expansion of digital evidence, the mutual recognition of seizure and confiscation decisions within the European Union and the role of organized crime in the construction of criminal law overall material and procedural.
This debate will have experts from Germany – Sebastian Scheerer [Universidade de Hamburdo] and Luís Greco [Universidade Humboldt] –, Brazil – Nereu Giacomolli [PUC-RS] and Geraldo Prado [Ratio Legis/UAL] –, Spain – Teresa Aguado Correa [ University of Seville] –, Italy – Luigi Ferrajoli [Rome TRE Università Degli Studi], Renzo Orlandi [Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna] and Carlo Ferrajoli [Sapienza Università di Roma] – and Portugal – Mário Ferreira Monte and Flávia Noversa Loureiro [School of Law of the University of Minho] and Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque and Paula Ribeiro de Faria [Law Faculty of the Portuguese Catholic University].
The event integrates the activities of the R&D Project Corpus Delicti – Studies on Transnational Organized Crime by the Ratio Legis of UAL has been developing and publishing studies since 2018 on the phenomenon of transnational organized crime and is, today, the basis of an international network of scientific studies on one of the phenomena that undermines the constitutional state of law and the democracies.
09:30 – Reception
10:00 – LAW AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME
President of the CEU Group
Director of the Law Department
Director of Ratio Legis
LAW AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME
Il mutamento della questione criminale nell'età della globalizzazione: poteri criminali e crimini dei poteri
Doctor Luigi Ferrajoli –Università degli Studi Roma TRE
Moderator: Doctor Bruna Capparelli – Autonomous University of Lisbon
2:30 pm: CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME
moderator: Master Inês Farinha – Autonomous University of Lisbon
Fight and know when it's time to give up.
A criminological critique
Doctor Sebastian Scheerer – University of Hamburg
The fight against the criminality of globalization among the stress legislation and the risk of compromising the moral superiority of the State in relation to the offender
PhD Paula Ribeiro de Faria – Catholic University of Portugal
Occult investigative methods in German criminal procedure – a retrospective
Doctor Luís Greco – Humboldt University
CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME
moderator: Doctor Teresa Aguado Correa – University of Seville
Inchieste preparatorie nei procedimenti di criminalitá oragizzata. Rilievi critici intorno all'esperienza italiano degli ultimi deceni
Doctor Renzo Orlandi – Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna
The fight against organized crime in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights
Doctor Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque – Catholic University of Portugal
Criminal procedural treatment of organized crime in the legal order of Brazil
Doctor Nereu Giacomolli – Pontifical Catholic University Rio Grande do Sul
Organized crime and its role in the creation of a global criminal (procedural) law
Flávia Noversa Loureiro – Law School of the University of Minho
2:30 PM: CHALLENGES TO MATERIAL AND PROCEDURAL CRIMINAL LAW
moderator: Master Ana Paula Lourenço – Autonomous University of Lisbon
Criminalità transnazionale e garanzie costituzionali
Doctor Carlo Ferrajoli – Sapienza University of Rome
Mutual recognition of seizure and confiscation orders (EU Regulation 2018/1805): the strongest EU in preventing organized crime (?).
Doctor Mário Ferreira Monte – Law School of the University of Minho
Digital evidence: the balance between the need to investigate the facts and the need to preserve the guarantees of the process at the borders with public security issues
Doctor Geraldo Prado – Ratio Legis/Autonomous University of Lisbon
Doctor Manuel Monteiro Guedes Valente
Doctor Mario Ferreira Monte
Luigi Ferrajoli is a jurist, former magistrate, philosopher of law and Emeritus Professor at Roma Tre University.
Due to his intense activity as a scholar, jurist, philosopher and legal theorist, over the years he has been awarded numerous institutional and academic recognitions in Italy and abroad.
He is the author of more than five hundred scientific publications in journals and collective works.
He has published more than thirty books, many of which have been translated into different languages, including: The asyomatized theory of law; The assiomatized theory of acts and subjective situations; Right and reason. Criminal guarantee theory; Sovereignty in the modern world; Theory of law and democracy; Of rights and guarantees. Conversations with Mauro Barberis; The logic of law. Ten aporias in the work of Hans Kelsen; constitutional democracy; The guarantee paradigm. Philosophy and critique of criminal law.
Carlo Ferruccio Ferrajoli is a jurist and Professor of Constitutional Law at the Sapienza University of Rome.
He is the author of several scientific publications, among which stands out the monograph Political representation and accountability🇧🇷 The crisis of the parliamentary form of government in Italy – Political representation and responsibility. The crisis of the form of parliamentary government in Italy.
Renzo Orlandi is a jurist and Full Professor at the University of Bologna. He dedicates his studies to legal and criminal sciences, with special focus on procedural law and the evolution of systems from a historical and comparative perspective. He is the author of hundreds of scientific publications including articles, comments, monographs, collective works, etc.
Of the themes dealt with and published, the following stand out: criminal evidence; criminal justice and politics; prevention and repression of organized crime; analysis and critical review of criminal doctrines and criminal procedures; jurisprudential law in comparative perspective.
Among other functions, it coordinates national and international research projects and promotes collaborative relationships with universities and foreign R&D institutes.
Paula Ribeiro de Faria
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal
Degree in Law from the Porto Law School of the Catholic University of Portugal, in 1988. Master in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, in the area of Legal-Criminal Sciences, in 1993. Doctor in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra Coimbra, in the area of Legal-Criminal Sciences, in 2004.
Teaching Areas: Criminal Law and Medical Law.
He has a vast work published in Portugal and abroad.
Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque
Full Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal.
Judge of the European Court of Human Rights and Full Professor at the Lisbon School of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal, institution where he obtained his doctorate in 2003. He was Visiting Professor at the University of Illinois – School of Law and Jia Tong University, Shanghai. He has published and developed research in the areas of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law and Offense Law.
Teaching Areas: Criminal Law and European Human Rights Law.
He has a vast body of work published in Portugal and abroad, having been awarded doctorates honorary cause and decorations.
Emeritus Professor of Criminology at the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences at the University of Hamburg.
Degree in Law and Education from the Universities of Köln, Geneve and Münster/Westfalen, Doctor in Law (Bremen, 1981) and Master in Law from Georg Universität Göttingen (GAU, Germany) and qualification in Sociology (Frankfurt aM, 1988).
He is one of the world's exponents of contemporary criminology.
He was director of the Institute for Criminological Research at the University of Hamburg and deputy director of the Department of Social Sciences at the same university.
He was an associate professor at the Universidad Sergio Arboleda.
He has been a visiting professor at several universities on all continents since 1988.
Author of numerous studies on criminal law and criminology, published in Germany and abroad.
Full Professor Humboldt University, Berlin.
Doctor of Laws (LMU Munich), under the guidance of Claus Roxin.
Professor of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Foreign Criminal Law and Theory of Criminal Law.
Professor of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law and Economic Criminal Law at the University of Augsburg, between 2015-2017.
Author of several articles published in German, Spanish and Portuguese, including:
– Criminal Law – General Part, Vol. I, 5th. ed., Munich, CH Beck, 2020, 1249 pp. (co-authored with Claus Roxin).
– Criminal procedural theory and substantive legal force. Fundamentals and dogmas of the concept of crime, the use of criminal prosecution and the resumption in criminal procedural law, Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 2015, 1154 pp.
– Criminal Law of the Enemy, Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2010, 96 pp.
– The living and the dead in Feuerbach's theory of punishment. A contribution to the current debate on the foundations of criminal law, Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 2009, 640 pp.
Ana Paula Lourenço
Graduated and PhD student in Law at UAL. Master in Legal and Criminal Sciences from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, where he completed the Advanced Specialization Course in Law, Justice and Citizenship in the 20th century. XXI, by the Faculties of Law and Economics of the University of Coimbra. Professor at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa is currently a member of the National Data Protection Commission.
Collaborating researcher at Ratio Legis – Center for Research and Development in Legal Sciences at UAL [Project: International Migration, Human Rights and Protection of Vulnerable Persons], giving priority to Criminal Law and Procedure, the Rights of Children and Youth in conflict with the law and child soldiers, as well as the relationship between Justice and the media, with a particular interest in the Human Rights perspective. Member of the Editorial Board of Brazilian Magazines Fundamental Rights and Alterity, from the Catholic University of Salvador, Bahia, Legal Opinion Magazine, from the Unichristus University Center, Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil and from the Angolan magazine Olhar Científico, from the Instituto Superior Politécnico Atlântida.
Anabela Miranda Rodrigues
She is a Full Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Macau. She was an Invited Full Professor at the Faculty of Law at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa and at the Faculty of Law at the State University of Rio de Janeiro. He is Vice-President of the Société Internationale de Défense Sociale (SIDS). He is a permanent member of the Superior Council of Legal Medicine. He is President of the Institute of Economic and European Criminal Law. He is a member of international criminal law and penitentiary law associations, including the International Criminal and Penitentiary Foundation (IPPF) and the International Criminal Law Association (IPLA). She is a collaborator of Conimbricense Commentary on the Penal Code. special part. He is a member of the Editorial Committee of Journal of Legislation and Jurisprudence. He is a member of the Editorial Committee and Permanent Collaborator of Portuguese Journal of Criminal Science. She is a collaborator of Treaty of Lisbon – Annotated and Commented, Almedina, 2012. She is a collaborator of Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union Commented, 2013. She was the author of the Legislative Proposal that gave rise to the Educational Guardianship Law, in force. He was President of the Commission that prepared the Proposal for the Reform of the Law on the Execution of Penalties and Measures, which was the basis of the Code of Execution of Penalties and Measures Depriving of Liberty. Participated in legislative work in the field of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law and Penitentiary Law.
She was Director of the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra. He was President of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra. He was President of the Pedagogical Council of the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra. He was a member of the Senate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra.
She was Director of the Center for Judicial Studies (Escola Nacional das Magistraturas Portuguesas) between 2004 and 2009. She was an elected member of the Superior Council of the Judiciary between 2009 and 2011.
She was Minister of Internal Administration in the XIX Government of Portugal.
He has made communications, at home and abroad, in colloquia, conferences, seminars and congresses.
She is the author of several books and has published articles in magazines and scientific collective works in the field, in Portugal and abroad.
Doctor in Law, Criminal Procedure – Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna and Doctor in Criminal Sciences – PUCRS (joint doctorate). Bachelor in Law - Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna. Assistant Professor at the Autonomous University of Lisbon. Integrated Researcher at Ratio Legis – Research Center in Legal Sciences at UAL [Project: Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime]. Editor-in-Chief – Galileu – Journal of Law and Economics. Associate Publisher – RBDPP. Lawyer in Italy.
Flavia Noversa Loureiro
Vice-President of the Law School of the University of Minho
Assistant Professor at the Law School of the University of Minho
PhD in Law from the University of Minho Law School (2015).
Master in Legal and Criminal Sciences at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (2008).
Degree in Law at the University of Minho Law School (2002).
She was Assistant to the Minister of Justice (2010-2011) and Lawyer at Pereira de Abreu, Machado Vaz & Associados, Sociedade de Advogados (2002-2008), having her professional license voluntarily suspended.
He is a founding member of the Lusophone Institute of Criminal Sciences (ILCJ), member of the Association for the Study of Regional and Local Law (AEDRL), member of the Editorial Committee of e-books of PPCJ/UNIVALI (Brazil), member of the Editorial Board of Revista Direito and Politics (Brazil), member of the International Scientific Committee of the Journal “Manuel de Lardizábal e Uribe” (Perú) and permanent contributor to the Portuguese Journal of Criminal Science (RPCC).
He is a member of the Steering Committee for the Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Minho Law School and of the Steering Committee for the Masters in Administrative Law at the same School.
She is an integrated researcher at the JusGov – Research Center for Justice and Governance.
Author of numerous publications.
Integrated researcher at Ratio Legis – Research Center in Legal Sciences at UAL [Project: Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime]. He was an Associate Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), an institution where he has worked since 2004 as an undergraduate at the National Faculty of Law and, since 2015, with the Graduate Program in Law (PPGD). At graduation, he taught Criminal Procedural Law and in the scope of the doctorate he investigates Epistemic Control System. Bachelor of Laws from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (1983 – UERJ). He holds a master's degree and a doctorate in Law from Universidade Gama Filho (1998 and 2003 – UGF). He carried out post-doctoral studies in the History of Legal Ideas and Culture at the University of Coimbra (2010). External consultant for the Higher Education Accreditation Agency of Portugal, Geraldo Prado collaborates with Portuguese, Spanish and Latin American universities. Since June 2013, he has been a member of the Research Center in Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences at the University of Lisbon (CIDPCC). Geraldo Prado is a permanent contributor to the Portuguese Journal of Criminal Science (RPCC). He has experience in the field of studies on the criminal justice system, with research in the field of criminal evidence and procedural systems. It also explores the interfaces between law and politics and law and economics. Author of books and articles published in Brazil and abroad, he was a member of the Commission established by the Ministry of Justice for the Reform of the Book of Appeals and Challenges under the Criminal Procedure Code. Career judge, he retired from the Court of Justice of Rio de Janeiro in the position of Judge (2012). He is a Legal Consultant.
Germano Marques da Silva
Full Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal, institution where he received his doctorate in 1991. He has developed research in the areas of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedural Law, Economic Criminal Law and Criminal Tax Law. It has published manuals in all these areas. He was director of the Faculty between 1996 and 2002 and 2005 and 2011. He also teaches at the Porto Law School. He was an invited Full Professor at the Higher Institute of Police Sciences and Internal Security where he taught Police Ethics.
Master in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra in the area of Criminal Law / Penitentiary and Doctoral Student in Law at the Autonomous University of Lisbon, where she integrates in the scope of her research work the Research Project Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime, under which he is developing his PhD thesis entitled “The Theory of Penalty within the scope of Transnational Organized Crime”. She is a jurist at the Commission for Equality and Against Racial Discrimination, and since 2021, she works as a Guest Assistant at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa in the course of Criminal Law I.
Laura Zúñiga Rodríguez
Born in Arequipa, Peru. He completed his degree in law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (1978-1983). Since its beginnings (1981) it works in the Public Ministry, arriving to occupy the Secretaría de la Fiscalía Suprema Penal (1990). Conducts doctoral studies at the University of Salamanca thanks to a scholarship of the Diputación de Salamanca (1986-1989), obtaining the doctoral degree with the thesis “The crime of illegal detentions practiced by public servants”. Since 1990, she has joined the Spanish university career at the University of Salamanca, becoming an ordinary professor in 1999. She is currently Chair of the Criminal Decree of the Misma Universidad.
He has carried out research assignments at the universities of Fribourg, Switzerland (1991) and Freiburg, Germany. This last stay financed by the Ministerio de Educación y Ciencias español (1997-1998), took place at the Instituto de Derecho Penal Económico y Criminología, directed by Prof. Klaus Tiedemann. The following monographs have been published in Spain: “Personal freedom and citizen security” in 1993, “Bases for a model of imputation of criminal responsibility for legal persons” in 2001, the second edition in 2003 and the third edition in 2009, “Criminal Policy ” in 2001 and “Organized Crime and the Criminal Law System” in 2009. Asimismo has published chapters of collective books, such as “Manual de Derecho Penitenciario” in 2001, Penal Decree - General Part in 2002 and Penal Decree-Part Especial in 2003. “Introducción al Derecho Penal” in 2011. She is the author of several articles published in specialized magazines in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Peru, Colombia, Guatemala, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Chile. Its research lines are: Human Rights and Criminal Law, Criminal Responsibility of Legal Persons, Criminal Policy and Organized Criminality. Currently, the Director of the Master of Criminal Law who is imparted at the University of Salamanca (http://masterderechopenal.es/) and Director of the Transnational Organized Crime Observatory (http://crimtrans.usal.es/).
Manuel Monteiro Guedes Valente
Doctor in Law from the Portuguese Catholic University. Associate Professor at the Autonomous University of Lisbon. Director and Integrated Investigator of the Ratio Legis – UAL Research Center in Legal Sciences [Project Coordinator: Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime]. President of the Institute for International Legal Cooperation. Professor of the Master's and Doctoral Program in Criminal Sciences at PUC-RS. Guest Professor at ESP/ANP – Federal Police of Brazil.
Member of the Luso-Brazilian Academy of Legal Sciences. He has held several public, academic and scientific management positions.
He founded and coordinated scientific journals, R&D units, research projects, scientific congresses and postgraduate and master's courses. Member of several editorial and scientific boards of national and foreign law, science and political philosophy journals.
Author of 50 books, 140 scientific articles and more than 160 conferences given in Portugal and abroad. He has participated in more than 200 master and doctoral juries as advisor, examiner, president and member, in Portugal, Spain and Brazil. Lawyer and Jurisconsult.
Mario Ferreira Monte
– Full Professor at the University of Minho
– Bachelor, Master, Doctor and Associate, in the specialty of Legal-Criminal Sciences.
– Integrated member of the Justice and Governance Research Center – Research Center for Justice and Governance (JusGov), being the Coordinator of the Criminal Justice and Criminology Group (JusCrim).
– Coordinator of the Portuguese-speaking Law Research Network.
– Director of the Doctorate in Law at the University of Minho.
– Director of the Masters in Judicial Law (Judicial Organization and Procedural Rights) at the University of Minho.
– President of the School Council of the University of Minho Law School.
Doctor in Procedural Law from the Complutense University of Madrid. Graduate Program Coordinator Stricto Sensu in Criminal Sciences at PUC-RS. Professor of the Master's and PhD in Criminal Sciences at PUCRS – Brazil. Research Coordinator at PUCRS Law School – Brazil. Integrated Researcher at Ratio Legis – UAL's Legal Sciences Research Center [Project: Corpus Delicti – Studies of Transnational Organized Crime].
Teresa Aguado Correa
Titular Professor of the University Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences Faculty of Law of the Universidad de Seville. Member of the OCOT – Transnational Organized Crime Observatory and expert in studies on economic and financial crime.
Doctor Manuel Monteiro Guedes Valente – UAL (Event Coordination)
Doctor Mário Ferreira Monte – EDUMinho
Doctor Bruna Capparelli – UAL
Flávia Noversa Loureiro – EDUMinho
Doctor Anabela Miranda Rodrigues – FDUC
Doctor Germano Marques da Silva – UCP
Doctor Laura Zúñiga Rodríguez – USAL
Teresa Aguado-Correa – USEV
Doctor Nereu Giacomolli – PUC-RS
Doctor Geraldo Prado – Ratio Legis/UAL