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2nd Conference: "En Teoría hay mujeres (en teoría)"

13, 14 and 15 April

 

The 2nd Conferece "En toería hay mujeres (en teoría)" is the contribution of the Chair of Legal Culture to give continuity to the first edition that took place at University Pompeu Fabra on September 26 and 27, 2018, reaching a high academic level  and a great impact nationally and internationally. The initiative, the result of the collaboration between researchers of philosophy of law in the University Pompeu Fabra and in the University of Girona, is an essential way to reverse the underrepresentation of women in the field of philosophy of law and promotes the formation of networks of researchers and professors who reinforce the visibility of their work.

On this occasion, unfortunately due to the Coronavirus, this second meeting will be held on 13, 14 and 15 but on line. We are confident that still will be a great success and the opportunity to bring together a large number of students, professors and professionals interested in analyzing different theorical and applied aspects of Philofophy and Theory of Law. 

The objectives of this second meeting are the following:

  • Promote the visibility of women who investigate and teach law theory and value their work.
  • Establish networks of contacts between women who are dedicated to the theory of law.
  • Position the UdG as a university of reference not only concerning the theory of law, but also to gender issues.
Registration is for free but necessary in order to get the link to attend all the conferences.
The organization will sent the link to your email adress few day bofore the conference.
15:00 - 15:15  Opening words
15:15 - 17:15  Theory of Law
Speaker: Maris Köpcke (Universitat de Barcelona): "Los orígenes de la validez juridica". 
Replying: Natalia Scavuzzo (Università degli Studi di Genova)
Chaired by: Lorena Ramírez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
17:30 - 19:30 Philosophy of  Private Law
Speaker:  María Guadalupe Martínez  Alles (Universidad de San Andrés):
"La dimensión retributiva del derecho de daños. La perspectiva de la víctima".
  Replying:  Magdalena Bustos (Universidad de Chile)
Chaired by   Margarita Martínez (Universitat de Girona)
15:00 - 17:00 Evidential Legal Reasoning
Speaker:  Marina Gascón (Universidad Castilla-La Mancha):
"Además de la verdad. Defensa de los derechos cuando se buscan pruebas". 
Replying:  Flavia Carbonell (Universidad de Chile)
Chaired by:  Carmen Vázquez (Universitat de Girona)
17:15 - 19:30 Legal rationality
Speaker:  Gema Marcilla (Universidad Castilla-La Mancha): "La configuración de los delitos sexuales: un reto para la racionalidad legislativa".
Repling:  Roberta Simões Nascimento (Universidad de Brasilia)
Chaired by:  Carolina Fernández Blanco  (Universitat de Girona)
15:00 - 17:00  International Theory of Law
Speaker: Patricia Mindus (Uppsala University):
"A Philosophical Turn in Migration Theory"
Replying: Natalia Catro Niño (Universidad Externado de Colombia)
Chaired by:  María Victoria Kristan (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
17:15 - 19:15 Law and Gender
Sepeaker:  Isabel Fanlo Cortés (Università degli Studi di Genova): 
"Madres forzadas. Una lectura iusfeminista del debate sobre el aborto".
Replying:  Paola Bergallo (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella)
Chaired by:  Laura Manrique (CONICET - Universitat de Girona)


Speakers

Marina Gascón (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

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Marina Gascón (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

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).

Patricia Mindus (Uppsala Universitet)

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Patricia Mindus (Uppsala Universitet)

Patricia Mindus is a legal and political philosopher at Uppsala University, Sweden. She has an interest in legal realism, democratic theory and migration. Signature contributions include the functionalist theory of citizenship and the theory of migration as institutional fact. Previously Wallenberg Academy Fellow, she is now the Director of Uppsala Forum for Democracy, Peace and Justice and the President of the Swedish IVR. She directs research on citizenship and migration policy in the EU, with a political and legal theory perspective and has authored several monographs on citizenship, European citizenship and Scandinavian Legal Realism. She is currently editing, together with Torben Spaak (Stockholm) the Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism (CUP 2020) and, together with Elena Prats (Uppsala/UPF) a special issue of the Journal Theoria (Wiley) on Women in Contemporary Philosophy: Voices from Scandinavia (forthcoming 2020)

Isabel Fanlo Corts (Università degli Studi di Genova)

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Isabel Fanlo Corts (Università degli Studi di Genova)

Gema Marcilla (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

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Gema Marcilla (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

María Guadalupe Martínez Alles (Universidad de San Andrés)

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María Guadalupe Martínez Alles (Universidad de San Andrés)

María Guadalupe Martínez Alles es profesora de la Universidad de San Andrés. Abogada y Magister en Derecho y Argumentación por la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba y Doctor in the Science of Law por Yale University. Se desempeñó como relatora en el ámbito del Poder Judicial de la Provincia de Córdoba, realizó tareas de asesoría legal en el Área Jurídica de la Agencia Córdoba de Inversión y Financiamiento y trabajó en el Departamento de Legales del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo en Washington D.C.

Sus más recientes artículos publicados son: “Moral Outrage and Betrayal Aversion: The Psychology of Punitive Damages” en Journal of Tort Law, Volume 11, Issue 2, publicado en 2018; “Punitive Damages: Reorienting the Debate in Civil Law Systems” en Journal of European Tort Law, Volume 10, Issue 1, publicado en 2018, "La Dimensión Retributiva del Derecho de Daños. La Perspectiva de la Víctima" en la compilación de ensayos editada por J.A. Amado y D.M. Papayannis "Dañar, Incumplir y Reparar. Ensayos de Filosofía del Derecho" Ed. Palestra 2020 y “Tort Remeïs as Meaningful Responses to Wrongdoing” en el llibre Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law, editat per Paul B. Miller & John Oberdiek, en l'editorial Oxford University Press 2020. 


Maris Köpcke (Universitat de Barcelona)

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Maris Köpcke (Universitat de Barcelona)

Chairpersons

Flavia Carbonell Bellolio (Universidad de Chile)

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Flavia Carbonell Bellolio (Universidad de Chile)

 

Flavia Carbonell Bellolio has a degree in Legal and Social Sciences from the University of Concepción (2002) and a lawyer (Supreme Court, 2003). She has a PhD in Law, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (2013). She also has a Master in Public Law (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2007); a Diploma in Constitutional Law and Political Science (Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, Spain, 2006); and a Specialty in Legal Argumentation, (University of Alicante, 2004). In recognition of his doctoral thesis, he won the 2012-2013 Extraordinary Doctoral Prize (Carlos III University of Madrid, December 2013). In addition, he won the prize for the best research work in Law (Center for Political and Constitutional Studies, October 2006) and the "Gustavo González Parada" pride to best professional practice (Judicial Assistance Corporation, Eighth Region, May 2004). She currently works as an academic and researcher at the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile (Department of Procedural Law) and as Academic Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Law. His main lines of research are legal argumentation, judicial reasoning, ideology and judicial behaviour, presumptions, evidence, remedies and error and general theory of the process. His latest research Fondecyt is entitled "The Recitals of Politics. An empirical study of ideological arguments in the jurisprudence of the constitutional and contentious-administrative chamber of the Supreme Court" and "Error and judicial process". 


Roberta Simões Nascimento (Universidad de Brasilia)

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Roberta Simões Nascimento (Universidad de Brasilia)

Roberta Simões Nascimento is Cum Laude for the University of Alicante. Professor and has master in the University of Brasilia. She is also professor ad honoren in the University of Brasilia and works as lawyer in the Federal Senate, in Brasil, since 2009. 


Magdalena Bustos (Universidad de Chile)

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Magdalena Bustos (Universidad de Chile)

Paola Bergallo (Universidad Torcuato di Tella)

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Paola Bergallo (Universidad Torcuato di Tella)

Natalia Castro Niño (Universidad Externado de Colombia)

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Natalia Castro Niño (Universidad Externado de Colombia)

Doctor in Law from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Master in Public International Law and International Organizations from the same university. Lawyer and Research Professor at the University Externado of Colombia. Director of research in international responsibility of internal jurisdictions. Member of the French Society for International Law, the Colombian Academy of International Law and the Colombian Chapter of the International Society of Public Law. Her main areas of teaching and research are international responsibility, environmental protection and climate litigation.


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