Reconfiguration of powers in European criminal justice after Lisbon - the cases of PNR and SWIFT
Post Lisbon, the Parliament has been involved in the conclusion of a number of international agreements, including The Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (SWIFT/TFTP) and the Passengers Name Record Agreements (PNR) with the US. This conference will reflect onthe impact the reconfiguration of powers in the Eur...
Evidence in Criminal Matters in the EU: Admissibility and Acquisition
Since mutual recognition was enshrined as the cornerstone of judicial cooperation in the EU by the European Council of Tampere in 1999, many binding instruments have been adopted. Most of these instruments deal with the recognition of final decisions, although there are some that deal with the recognition of pre-t...
The Stockholm programme and the future of EU cooperation in criminal matters
The importance of the Stockholm programme for the development of an area of freedom, security and justice in undeniable. Building on the achievements of its predecessors the Tampere and Hague progr...
Which jurisdictional control in the European penal area?
The planned conference aims at studying thoroughly the content of jurisdictional control in the European penal area. Considering the recent evolution of the competences of the European Court of Justice in the penal sector and considering its recent activism in the field, the contribution of the European Court of Jus...
Internal seminar: "The role of the ECJ in the establishment of a European Penal Area"
Context: this seminar is organized by the academic Network ECLAN (European Criminal Law Academic Network), created in 2004 and coordinated by the Institute of European Studies (ULB) Objective: The aim of this internal seminar is to exam...