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Palau de Congressos de Girona 6th, 7th and 8th of June 2018 18 Speakers 1200 Attendants

II Conference of the series Filosofía y Derecho: Evidential Legal Reasoning World Congress

In 2010, we organized in Girona the First Congress of the Philosophy and Law collection, published by Marcial Pons, which brought together more than 350 participants and 12 speakers on the theme "Neutrality and the theory of law".

Now, on the occasion of the publication of the 100th volume, we are organizing the Second Congress of the Philosophy and Law collection: Evidential Legal Reasoning World Congress. The event will bring together great specialists from four continents, who will discuss different problems of evidentiary reasoning in the judicial process. The purpose of the conference is to offer, as one of its main attractions, a debate among the different perspectives of different legal traditions and cultures around the world. 

The official conference languages will be Spanish and English, with simultaneous interpretation offered between the two

We hope to see you in Girona!
 
08:30-09:00 Registration delivery of the congress equipment
09:00-09:15 Opening
FIRST PANEL Chairperson: Larry Laudan
09:15-10:35 Adrian Zuckerman: "Truth finding and the mirage of inquisitorial process"  (La búsqueda de la verdad y el espejismo del proceso inquisitivo)
10:35-11:00 Coffe break
11:00-12:20 Michele Taruffo: "Proceso y verdad" (Truth and Judicial Process)
12:25-13:45 Zhang Baosheng: "Reforming Chinese Evidence System. Focus on Objectivity to Relevancy"  (La reforma del sistema probatorio chino---- Del énfasis en la objetividad al énfasis en la relevancia)
13:45-15:00 Lunch time
SECOND PANEL Chairperson: Luiz Guilherme Marinoni
15:00-16:20 Carmen Vázquez: “Los peritos oficiales. Una aproximación empírica” (Court-appointed experts. An empirical approach)
16:20-17:40 Gary Edmond: Legal versus scientific approaches to expert evidence: Admission, evaluation and legal system performance. (Aproximación jurídica versus científica a la prueba pericial: admisión, valoración y diseño del sistema jurídico)
17:40-18:00 Coffee break
18:00-19:20 Marina Gascón: “Prueba científica: desafíos jurídicos y forenses” (Scientific evidence: legal and forensic challenges) 
FIRST PANEL Chairperson: Daniela Accatino
09:00-10:20 Ronald J. Allen: "New directions for evidence science" (Nuevas perspectivas para la ciencia probatoria)
10:20-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-12:05 Jordi Ferrer: "Estándares de prueba y distribución del riesgo probatorio"  (Standards of proof and distribution of probatory risk)
12:05-13:25 Dale Nance: "Choice of Law and the Burden of Proof"  (Elección del derecho y carga de la prueba).
13:30-15:00 Lunch time
SECOND PANEL Chairperson: Jordi Nieva Fenoll
15:00-16:20 Ho Hock Lai: "Silence as Evidence" (El silencio como medio de prueba).
16:20-17:40 Amalia Amaya: "Virtud y emoción en el razonamiento probatorio" (Virtue and Emotion in the Evidencial Legal Resoning).
17:40-18:00 Coffee break
18:00-19:20 Giovanni Tuzet: "On Probatory Ostension" (Sobre la ostensión probatoria).
FIRST PANEL Chariperson: Olivier Leclerc 
09:00-10:20 Daniel González Lagier: "Prueba y argumentación" (Proof and argumentation)
10:20-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-12:05 Sarah J. Summers: "Effective evidential remedies for rights violations" (Reparaciones probatorias efectivas para las violaciones de derechos)
12:05-13:25 Mauricio Duce: "Prácticas probatorias y riesgos de condena de inocentes: una visión empírica" (Evidential Practices and risk of wrongful convictions: an empirical approach)
13:30-15:00 Lunch time
SECOND PANEL Chairperson: Giulio Ubertis
15:00-16:20 Frederick Schauer: "Evidence of Wrongdoing versus Evidence of Being a Wrongdoer" (La prueba del delito versus la prueba de ser un delincuente)
16:20-17:40 John Jackson: "European Human Rights Law and Common Law Evidence: Towards a Harmonic Covergence?" (El Derecho europea de los derechos humanos y la prueba en el Common Law: ¿hacia una convergencia armónica?)
17:40-18:00 Coffee break
18:00-19:20 William Twining

Registration

Resgistration must be done before May 28, 2018. The price is € 250, which includes:
 
- Attendance to all sessions
- Provision of materials
- Coffee service during the breaks
- Lunch for the three days of the event
 
Special prices:

- €200 if you register before 31 October 2017.
- €150 for all students of the Master's in Evidential Legal Reasoning at the University of Girona.  

Registrations here
 


Speakers

Ronald J. Allen

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Ronald J. Allen

Professor John Henry Wigmore at the law school of Northwestern University. He has lectured at various academic events in the United States, Europe, Australia, Latin America, China and Tanzania. He is a member of distinguished associations such as the American Law Institute and the Association of American Law Schools. He has been vice president of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence Committee of the American Bar Association; And is currently chair of the Board of Advisors of the New Evidence and Forensic Science Institute (Beijing). In 2007 the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China awarded him the honorary title of Yangtze River Scholar, being the fourth foreigner and sole law professor to receive this honor. In recent years it has been coordinating various research groups for the formulation of proposals for the reform of evidentiary legislation in China and Tanzania at the request of the corresponding authorities of both countries. Among his publications are: "Burdens of Proof" (2013), "Evidence: Text, Problems, and Cases" (2006), Comprehensive Criminal Procedure (2005), Criminal Procedure: Investigation and Right to Counsel , "The Juridical Management of Factual Uncertainty" (2003). In Spanish,“Los estándares de prueba y los límites al análisis jurídico” (2013) and “Los peligros de la investigación en derecho comparado” (2016)

Amalia Amaya

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Amalia Amaya

Amalia Amaya is a researcher at the Institute for Philosophical Research at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute (2006) and Harvard University (2007). Her area of specialisation is philosophy of law, though her interests extend to moral philosophy and political theory as well. She is the editor and co-editor of An Inquiry into the Nature of Coherence and its Role in Legal Argument (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2015).


Mauricio Duce

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Mauricio Duce

Lawyer at Universidad Diego Portales (1992) and Master of the Science of Law (JSM) from the University of Stanford, USA (1999).  Professor at the Law Faculty at Universidad Diego Portales Co-director of the Master's Program in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, and Director of the Programme for Procedural Reform and Litigation. Between 1994-1996, he was secretary to the technical team that drafted the bills that comprise the Chilean criminal procedural reform and later, between 1996 and 2000, he was advisor to the Ministry of Justice in this area. He has taught at various universities throughout Latin America and the United States and has authored numerous publications in Chile and abroad regarding criminal justice, criminal procedure, juvenile criminal justice and new methods of teaching law. He is currently a Professor at the Law Faculty at Diego Portales University where he has worked since 1992 and, since March 2017, has taken on the role of Executive President of the Chilean centre for thought, Espacio Público.

Gary Edmond

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Gary Edmond

I a law professor in the School of Law at the University of New South Wales, where he directs the Program in Expertise, Evidence and Law, and a research professor in the Law School at the University of Northumbria, UK. Originally trained in the history and philosophy of science, he subsequently studied law at the University of Sydney and took a PhD in law from the University of Cambridge. An active commentator on expert evidence in Australia, England, the US and Canada, he is a member of the Council of the Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences, a member of Standards Australia’s forensic science committee, a member of the editorial board of the Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, and served as an international adviser to the Goudge Inquiry into Pediatric Forensic Pathology in Ontario (2007-2008). With Andrew Ligertwood he is co-author of Australian Evidence: A principled approach to the common law and the uniform acts (6th ed. LexisNexis, 2017).

Jordi Ferrer

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Jordi Ferrer

is Associate Professor of Philosophy of Law at the University of Girona (Spain) and Director of the Chair of Legal Culture at the same university. He has published:  Las normas de competencia. Un aspecto de la dinámica jurídica (2000), Prueba y verdad en el derecho (2002), La valoración racional de la prueba (2007), junto a Jorge Rodríguez, Jerarquías normativas y dinámica de los sistemas jurídicos (2011) y Motivación y racionalidad de la prueba (2016). Has co-edited the series of three volumes Law, Politics, and Morality: European Perspectives (2003, 2006 y 2007), La laicidad desde el Derecho (2010), The Logic of Legal Requirements: Essays on Legal Defeasibility (2011), El realismo jurídico genovés (2011) y Seguridad jurídica y democracia en Iberoamérica (2015). He has also published many articles in magazines such as Rechtstheorie, Associations, Analisi e diritto, Ragion Pratica, Legal Theory, Law and Philosophy, Teoria Politica e Isonomía, among more others. 

Marina Gascón

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Marina Gascón

Professor of philosophy of law at the University of Castilla - La Mancha and Director of the master's degree in health law and bioethics. She frequently collaborates in postgraduate courses in Spanish, Italian and Latin American universities. Focused her research on political philosophy, bioethics, constitutional justice and theory of argumentation, with particular attention to the proof. Her publications in this field: “Los hechos en el Derecho. Bases argumentales de la prueba”  (1999); “Sobre la Posibilidad de Formular Estándares de Prueba”(2005); “Freedom of Proof” (2005); “Prueba del nexo causal en la responsabilidad por daños” (2009); “Razones científico-jurídicas para valorar la prueba científica: una argumentación multidisciplinar” (2010); “Prueba científica: mitos y paradigmas” (2011); “Conocimientos expertos y deferencia del juez” (2016).

Daniel González Lagier

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Daniel González Lagier

Daniel González is Professor of Philosophy of Law at the University of Alicante. Co-secretary of Doxa magazine and Co-director of the “Derecho y Literatura” (Law and Literature) series from publisher Marcial Pons. He has lectured at numerous Spanish, Italian and Latin American universities on topics such as action theory, proof theory, fundamentals of responsibility and neuroscience and Law Among his publications include "“Los hechos bajo sospecha. La objetividad de los hechos y el razonamiento judicial” (2000), “Acción y norma en G.H. von Wright”, “G.H. von Wright y los conceptos básicos del Derecho” (2001), “The Paradoxes of Action” (2003), "Hechos y argumentos" (2003), "Emociones, responsabilidad y Derecho" (2009), "Quaestio Facti. Ensayos sobre prueba, causalidad y acción" (2005 y 2013), "Estudios sobre prueba" (2006), "Neurociencia y proceso judicial" (2013) and numerous works on collective books and magazines. 

Ho Hock Lai

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Ho Hock Lai

Is Amaladass Professor of Criminal Justice at the National University of Singapore. He obtained his first law degree from that University (LLB) in 1989,his postgraduate degree, the BCL, from Oxford University in 1993, and his doctorate from Cambridge University in 2003. He was called to the Bar of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 1990. His research interests lie mainly in the law and theory of evidence and proof, and the administration of criminal justice.

John Jackson

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John Jackson

John Jackson is Professor of Comparative Criminal Law & Procedure at the School of Law  of the University of Nottingham and is a qualified barrister. He was previously Dean of the School of Law at University College Dublin from 2008-2011 and before that he was Professor of Public Law at Queen's University Belfast from 1995 - 2008. He has also taught at University College Cardiff, the City University , London and the University of Sheffield . He has held visiting professorships at Hastings College of the Law, University of California and the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales and was a Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow at the European University Institute in 2007 - 2008. From 1998 to 2000 he was an Independent Assessor for the Northern Ireland Criminal Justice Review and since 2008 he has been a Parole Commissioner for Northern Ireland.
John Jackson's research fields lie in the areas of Criminal Evidence and Criminal Justice. He has a particular interest in empirical and policy research and is the author of a number of books, articles and research reports in these areas .  In recent years he has taken a comparative and international approach to evidence and criminal justice. His most recent book co-authored with Sarah Summers is The Internationalisation of Criminal Evidence: beyond the Common Law and Civil law traditions (CUP, 2012). He is on the editorial boards of a number of journals including the Criminal Law Review and the International Journal of Evidence & Proof. He was the UK and Europe Editor of the International Commentary on Evidence from 2002-2012. 

Dale A. Nance

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Dale A. Nance

Is the John Homer Kapp Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University. Professor Nance teaches and writes in the areas of evidence law, private international law, and general legal theory. Among his most recent works is the monograph, Burdens of Proof: Discriminatory Power, Weight of Evidence, and Tenacity of Belief (Cambridge University Press 2016), which provides a theory of the two distinct burdens of proof in Anglo-American law and places in context the theme in his earlier work that many evidence rules are components of a procedural system designed to offset partisan advocacy in the selection and presentation of evidence rather than tools to control anticipated jury irrationality.

Frederick Schauer

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Frederick Schauer

Frederick Schauer is David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia, where he teaches courses in Constitutional Law, Evidence, and the Philosophy of Law. He is also Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment, Emeritus, at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, where he taught from 1990 to 2008, served as Academic Dean and Acting Dean, and also taught courses in Evidence and the First Amendment at the Harvard Law School. Prior to that he was Professor of Law at the University of Michigan, and he has also been the Fischel-Neil Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, Morton Distinguished Visiting Professor of the Humanities at Dartmouth College, and Eastman Visiting Professor and Fellow of Balliol College at Oxford University. A Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Schauer is the author of The Law of Obscenity (BNA, 1976), Free Speech: A Philosophical Enquiry (Cambridge, 1982), Playing By the Rules: A Philosophical Examination of Rule-Based Decision-Making in Law and in Life (Clarendon/Oxford, 1991), Profiles, Probabilities, and Stereotypes (Harvard, 2003), and Thinking Like a Lawyer: A New Introduction to Legal Reasoning (Harvard, 2009), as well as being co-editor of The First Amendment: A Reader (West, 1992, 1996), and The Philosophy of Law (Oxford, 1995).  Schauer was a founding co-editor of the journal Legal Theory, and has served as chair of the Section on Constitutional Law of the Association of American Law Schools and as chair of the Committee on Philosophy and Law of the American Philosophical Association.

Sarah Summers

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Sarah Summers

Sarah Summers studied law at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK (2000 LL.B) and received her doctorate from the University of Zurich, Switzerland. She joined the law school of the University of Zurich in 2001 and worked first as a research assistant to Prof. Dr. Trechsel on his book Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings(Oxford, Oxford University Press 2005) and later at the Chair of Prof. Dr. Schwarzenegger. She was an 'Oberassistenin' in criminal law and criminal procedure law at the University of Zurich from 2007 until 2012. She has been a member of the country section Great Britain and Northern Ireland at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany since 2003. In 2012 she received a SNSF Professorship in order to conduct empirical research in the field of fair trial rights in criminal proceedings in Switzerland (Trial Observation Project 2012-2017). As of April 2017 she has a chair for criminal law and criminal procedure law at the University of Zurich.

Michele Taruffo

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Michele Taruffo

Member of the Chair of Legal Culture research group at the University of Girona. He has held the position of Full Professor at the Università degli Studi di Pavia and visiting professor at Cornell University (1994-1996), University of Pennsylvania (1997) and Hastings College of the Law at the University of California. He has lectured at various academic events in Europe, Latin America and China. He is a member of distinguished associations in procedural law and comparative law, including the American Law Institute, the Bielefelder Kreis and the Board of Advisors of the new Evidence and Forensic Science Institute (Beijing). Of his many publications, the following stand out Studi sulla rilevanza della prova (Padua, 1970), La motivazione della sentenza civile (1975), Il civile process "adversary" nell'esperienza americana (1979), Il vertice ambiguo. Studi sulla Cassazione civile (1991), The proof of the facts (2002), Sui confini. Scritti sulla giustizia civile (2002), The Test, (2008) and Process and decision (2012).

Giovanni Tuzet

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Giovanni Tuzet

Giovanni Tuzet studied law and philosophy in Turin and Paris and wrote his Ph.D. thesis on Peirce’s theory of inference. Formerly post-doc researcher at the universities of Lausanne, Switzerland, and Ferrara, Italy, he is presently Associate Professor of Philosophy of Law at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, where he teaches Economic Analysis of Law and Legal Argumentation. His areas of interest include epistemology, pragmatism, argumentation theory, philosophy of law and economic analysis of law.
His publications include La prima inferenza. L’abduzione di C.S. Peirce fra scienza e diritto (2006), Dover decidere. Diritto, incertezza e ragionamento (2010), La pratica dei valori. Nodi fra conoscenza e azione (2012), Filosofia della prova giuridica (2013, 2nd ed. 2016) and The Planning Theory of Law. A Critical Reading (2013, co-edited with D. Canale).

William Twining

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William Twining

William Twining, was Quain Professor of Jurisprudence from 1983 until 1996; after a period as Research Professor he became Emeritus in 2004. He  has held chairs in Belfast and Warwick and numerous visiting appointments.
At the start of his career William taught for seven years in Sudan and Tanzania. He has maintained an interest in Eastern Africa, and more broadly the Commonwealth, ever since. He has studied and taught in several leading UK and American law schools. A prominent member of the Law in Context movement, he has contributed especially to jurisprudence, evidence and proof, legal method, legal education, intellectual history and legal archives.
His recent work explores the implications of globalisation for legal scholarship and legal theory. Central themes include the variety and complexity of legal phenomena; that many so-called global processes and patterns are sub-global, linked to empires, diasporas, alliances and legal traditions; that diffusion, legal pluralism, and surface law are important topics for both analytical and empirical jurisprudence; that, in a world characterised by profound diversity of beliefs and radical poverty, the discipline of law needs to engage with problems of constructing just and workable supra-national institutions and practices; and that adopting a global perspective challenges some of the main working assumptions of Western traditions of academic law.
His main current research is for the Legal Records at Risk project (LRAR) which is concerned with the preservation of records of private sector institutions specialised to law in England and Wales.
William Twining was awarded the 2016 Halsbury Legal Award for Academic Achievement

Carmen Vázquez

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Carmen Vázquez

Professor of Philosophy of Law at the University of Girona and researcher for the Chair of Legal Culture at the same university. She has undertaken research at the Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas (UNAM), the University of Miami and Northwestern University. She has participated in various research projects in Spain and in numerous academic events in Europe and Latin America. Among her publications: “De la prueba científica a la prueba pericial” (2015), “La admisibilidad de las pruebas periciales y la racionalidad de las decisiones judiciales” (2015), “El perito de confianza de los jueces” (2016), “La prueba pericial en la experiencia estadounidense. El caso Daubert”. Ha editado “Estándares de prueba y prueba científica” (2013) y co-editado “Debatiendo con Taruffo” (2016). Es co-traductora de “Verdad, error y proceso penal” (2013) de Larry Laudan and traslator of “Perspectivas pragmatistas” (on press) by Susan Haack. 

Baosheng Zhang

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Baosheng Zhang

Is Professor of Law and former vice president at China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), Beijing. Dr. of Key Laboratory of Evidence Science(CUPL),Ministry of Education of China. Co-Director, Collaborative Innovation Center of Judicial Civilization, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Finance, China He got Ph.D. in Law at Renmin University of China. He is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of evidence law, criminal procedural law, and philosophy of law. He has published ten books and thirties articles in major journal of law. He has been quoted in major journal of law and national newspapers many times on matters ranging from litigation to evidence law to criminal justice.

Adrian Zuckerman

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Adrian Zuckerman

Professor of Civil Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford. Zuckerman's principal interest is civil procedure. His works expose the underlying principles and policies that influence and inform the rules and their application in litigation practice with rigorous intellectual analysis, which exposes weaknesses in rules and tensions in their application by the courts. Particularly worried about the excessive cost of litigation in England, his book Civil Procedure (Lexisnexis 2003) has influenced the courts in key areas and, together with its second Edition, Zuckerman on Civil Procedure Principles of Practice (2006), have been referred to in Numerous occasions in the House of Lords, the Court of Appeal, the High Court and in jurisdictions beyond the United Kingdom, such as the Supreme Court of Canada.
His ideas proved influential. For example, he was critical of the right of silence to the extent that it prohibited the drawing any inference from the suspects refusal to answer police questions. Within five years of the publication of the book the law was changed in a way that broadly reflects the position advanced in the book (the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, s 34-38) In 2004 Zuckerman published with Professor Paul Roberts Criminal Evidence (OUP, 2004). This book builds on the underlying ideas of the 1989 book and develops a more sophisticate theory of criminal evidence, incorporating notions of liberal democracy and self-determination. It had an immediate impact and received widespread acknowledgment in the numerous favourable reviews. He currently runs the Civil and Public Litigation (Procedure) course for the LLM degree at the Faculty of Laws, University College, London.

Chairpersons

Olivier Leclerc

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Olivier Leclerc

 
Olivier Leclerc is senior scientist at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). He is head of the research group ‘Sciences, innovation, and democracy’ and a member of the executive board of the Center for Critical Legal Research (CERCRID) at the University of Lyon (France). Oliver Leclerc was trained in law and in economics. His primary area of research involves the legal aspects of scientific knowledge-making and the uses of scientific knowledge in regulatory contexts. His research interests include expertise, evidence, whistleblowing, scientific work. Olivier Leclerc co-authored, with Etienne Vergès and Géraldine Vial, Droit de la preuve (Paris, PUF, 2015, 729 p.). This volume offers a comprehensive view of the law of evidence in French courts and includes comparative and historical insights.

Daniela Accatino

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Daniela Accatino

is Professor of Evidential Legal Reasoning and Probative Law at the Universidad Austral de Chile (Valdivia). She is currently also Director of the Institute of Private Law and Law Sciences at the same university. She regularly participates in post-graduate and legal training courses on evidence and legal argumentation, both in Chile and abroad. She has developed several research projects regarding evidence-based problems and was a visiting researcher at University College London (2013). Her many publications include  “Formación y valoración de la prueba en el proceso penal” (2010), “Certezas, dudas y propuestas en torno al estándar de prueba penal" (2011), "Atomismo y holismo en la justificacion probatoria” (2014),"La arquitectura de la motivación de las premisas fácticas de las decisiones judiciales" (2015) and "Truth, Evidence, Truth: The Deployment of Testimony, Archives and Technical Data in Domestic Human Rights Trials” (2015).

Larry Laudan

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Larry Laudan

Larry Laudan is a physicist by the University of Kansas and has a PhD in philosophy from Princeton University. He has held various academic positions at distinguished universities in United States, England and Mexico; He is currently a visiting professor at the Faculty of law of the University of Texas at Austin. It is considered as one of the greatest epistemologists of the twentieth century and in recent years has focused his interest on the evidentiary problems of the criminal process. Among his most important books are: Progress and Its problems (1977), Science and Values (1984) and Beyond Positivism and Relativism (1996), and La prueba en el derecho  (edited  in spanish together with Juan A. Cruz Parcero in 2010)

Luiz Guilherme Marinoni

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Luiz Guilherme Marinoni

Profesor Titular de la Universidad Federal del Paraná – Brasil. Post-Doctorado en la Universidad Estatal de Milán – Italia. Visiting Scholar en la Universidad de Columbia – Estados Unidos. Director del Instituto Iberoamericano de Derecho Procesal. Miembro del Consejo de la International Association of Procedural Law.

Jordi Nieva

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Jordi Nieva

Full Professor of Procedural Law at the University of Barcelona. Professor at the Universities of Münster and Würzburg (Germany), the University of Bologna and the Università LUISS (Italy), Lyon (France), the Universidad Central de Venezuela and the Universidad Católica del Táchira (Venezuela), the Universidad Notarial Argentina (La Plata), the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso and the Universidad de Antofagasta (Chile), the Universidad Libre de Colombia, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Peru, the Universidad Nacional del Altiplano in Puno, the Universidad Nacional de Cajamarca and the Universidad Privada del Norte (Peru). Doctor Honoris Causa at the National University of Ucayali (Peru, 2014) and by the Universidad José Carlos Mariátegui (Peru, 2015). His many publications in spanish include: “La duda en el proceso penal” (2013), “La valoración de la prueba” (2010), “El enjuiciamiento prima facie” (2007),) “La incoación de oficio de la instrucción penal” (2001), “El hecho y el Derecho en la casación penal “(2000). Fundador, con Michele Taruffo, de la Colección “Proceso y Derecho” Ed. Marcial Pons, Co-directed wit Eduardo Oteiza y Daniel Mitidiero.

Giulio Ubertis

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Giulio Ubertis

Guilio Ubertis, professor of criminal procedural law and judicial epistemology at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Milan. He has been Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Parma from the academic year 1996-1997 to 1997-1998 and Director of the Department of legal and economic systems of the University Milano-Bicocca from 1998-1999 to 2004-2005. He directs the Trattato di procedura penale and a collection on judicial epistemology in the Giuffrè publishing house. He is part of the management and scientific committee of several magazines. He is a Fellow of the International Association of Procedural Law and Vice-President of the Associazione tra gli studiosi del processo penale  "G. D. Pisapia" and a member of the direction of the Italian Group of the International Association of Droit Pénal. He has published numerous volumes, among which are highlighted, recently in spanish Elementos de epistemología del proceso judicial  (Madrid, Trotta, 2017), and in intalian:  Sistema di procedura penale, vol. I, Principi Generali (Milano, Giuffrè, 2017) and Argomenti di procedura penale, vol. IV (Milan, Giuffre, 2016).
 

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