This afternoon we close the module on predictive justice with a very interesting case study: The “BDDC”, Conciliative Digital Database.
Its fulcrum is in the search, among the judicial offices, of the conciliation reports and the 185 bis cpc ordinances, to select those of greatest interest – in terms of drafting technique and motivation points that reveal the jurisprudential guidelines developed on specific legal issues – and use them in a predictive key.
Our teacher will be Dr. Mirella Delia, Magistrate, referent of the BDDC Good Practice.
In the second part of today’s afternoon and tomorrow a foray into the criminal law of information technology to then reach the intersection with Artificial Intelligence.
Friday 25 September
IT crimes. Elements of general theory and main criminal figures
Lecturer: Giuseppe Vaciago, Lawyer expert in corporate criminal law and new technologies, Of Counsel of R&P Legal. Founder of LT42, a company in the legal tech sector. He holds a PHD in Digital Forensics at the University of Milan Bicocca and is a professor of legal informatics at the University of Insubria. He attended Stanford Law School and Fordham Law School in New York as a Visiting Scholar. He is a fellow of the Nexa Center of Turin, of the Cybercrime Institute of Cologne and is a founding member of the Tech and Law Center of Milan.
Saturday 26th September
Focus: unauthorized access to the computer system in the jurisprudence
Lecturer: Francesco Paolo Micozzi, Lawyer and lecturer in legal informatics at the University of Perugia, is a Director of the Bar Association of the Court of Cagliari and is part of the working group of the Italian Foundation for Forensic Innovation (FIIF) at National Bar Council. He is a member of the “Surveillance” and “E-justice” working groups, for the CNF, in Brussels at the CCBE (Conseil des Barreaux Européens).
Artificial intelligence and criminal liability
Lecturer: Roberta Rossi, lawyer and contract lecturer in criminal law in the context of the 1st level University Master in Anti-corruption: a new model of public ethics. Ordinary responses and new protagonists at the Link Campus University of Rome. She was a professor of criminal procedural law at the School of Specialization for the Legal Professions of the University of Florence.