Current projects
Prior projects
Current issues of procedural law (2014 SGR 179). Duration 2014-2016
Legal certainty and effectiveness of justice (critical points on the procedural reforms with the added perspective of compared law) (2013-42159-P) Length 2014-2016
Minors as especially vulnerable victims: Are they the forgotten ones in legal proceedings and in mediation? (Grant awarded by the Centre for Legal Studies and Specialized Training). Duration 2012.
Procedural Reforms: a compared analysis of the harmonization as convergence and remission of civil and criminal procedures (DER2010-15919, subprogram JURI) Duration 2010-2013
Current Issues on Procedural Law (2009 SGR 762) Length 2009-2013
The Criminal Process between Europe and America: A return trip? SEJ 2007-62248 Length 2007-2010
"The protection of the victim in the European Procedural Systems" (No. JLS/2007/JPEN/247). Length 2007-2010
Current issues regarding procedural law (2005SGR 00086) Length 2005-2008
Internationalization of justice and the reform of criminal proceedings (SEJ2004-00266) Length 2005-2007
The reform of justice: some substantial aspects (civil, criminal and of international significance). (BJU-421) Length 2000-2003
Current Issues on Procedural Law (2009 SGR 762) Length 2009-2013
Under this denomination, the investigation mainly focuses on the consolidation of lines of work connected (but not identical), to those initiated in 2005 and which take up other funded projects: harmonization of criminal and civil procedural law in the sphere of the UE and the reforms of the criminal process – especially the Spanish Law of Criminal Procedure - within the legal and cultural core formed by the triangle: Europe – USA; USA – Latin America; Latin America – Europe. But this is not all. They stretch out, on the one hand, to the protection of the minor, as a result of the recent granting of a European Project on “Criminal Justice 2007 (Action Grants)” in collaboration with the University of Milan (JLS/2007/JPEN/247), to analyze the “Protection of victims in European criminal systems: minors as especially vulnerable victims”. On the other hand a new orientation is making its way, which is divided into three developing factors: alternative methods to conflict resolution, which is the object of increasing interest in Spain and the usual and consolidated way to administer justice in the USA; the European resolute support to reinforcing UE’s harmonization regarding civil matters; and the still pending reform of the criminal process in Spain, an aspect which culminates an especially productive line of research in the core of the research group.
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