This subcommittee is responsible for raising awareness in academia of the importance of EPPO in the fight against crime.
The aim is to keep the debate alive and open on how to improve and extend EPPO’s expertise to other areas of substantive criminal law.
Alejandro Hernández López
Associate Professor of Criminal Procedure at the University of Valladolid (former research fellow ‘Margarita Salas’)
Secretary of the College of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO).
Professore di diritto del lavoro europeo ed Ex direttore del gruppo “Giustizia” del Servizio giuridico della Commissione europea
Giulia Silvia Scalmana
Authors: Benedetta Ubertazzi, Curzio Fossati Subcommittee: Academic Date: 01/08/2023 According to Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union, the Rule of Law is one of the fundamental values of EU law. The Rule of Law requires that all public powers act within the...
Author: Curzio Fossati Subcommittee: Academic Date: 23/05/2023 Some interesting academic publications that are of close interest to the EPPO have been published recently. Anabela Miranda Rodrigues, Adán Nieto Martin, María Acale Sánchez and Miguel João Costa have...
Author: Curzio Fossati Subcommittee: Academic Date: 08.05.2023 The main sources of information on crimes for which the EPPO could exercise its competence are the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the European Union, as well as the authorities of the Member...
On the 27th of February 2023, the Juzgado Central de lo Penal of the National High Court (Audiencia Nacional) issued a conformity judgment (sentence bargain) convicting two persons for subsidy fraud (arts. 308.4, 308.1 Penal Code). AB and CD, both of legal age and...
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