Seminar 2.1 – Modernization of Criminal Law

 

This is a seminar aimed at improving the capacity of participants on the re-elaboration process of Criminal Law courses and conducting extensive research to provide materials that can server as reference for modification of PH criminal legislation

 

From 6 – 9 June/2022 – PHILJA – Philippine Judicial Academy

 

Judges

Law and policy makers

Attorneys

Faculty and students of CALESA partner institutions

Other interested faculty and students of law

 

Download the programme for the seminar 

 

Registration information:  https://philja.judiciary.gov.ph/CALESA/resources.html (closed)

 

Fees: Free event

 

Streaming:

 

Outputs

Presentations

  1. Introduction to thematic sessions
  2. Overview of the Program
  3. Basic Principles of Criminal Law: structure of criminal liability in Spanish criminal law – Prof. José Luis Díez Ripollés.
  4. Evolution of Spanish criminal law: from 1848 Penal Code to 1995 Penal Code, and later reforms – Prof. José Luis Díez Ripollés.
  5. Perpetration and complicity: attempt and inchoate offences. Mitigating and aggravating circunstances – Prof. Maria Soledad Gil Nobajas
  6. Recent Development in Criminal Law in the Philippines – Hon. Mario V. Lopez
  7. Case study on Terrorism – Atty Francis Tom F. Temprosa
  8. Jurisprudential evolution of corruption offences in Spai: before and after the economic crisis – Profa. Marta Fernandéz Cabrera
  9.  Case study on drugs – Prof. Emilio José Armaza Armaza; Profa. María Soledad Gil Nobajas
  10. Case study on Gender – Judge Maria Josefina G. San Juan-Torres
  11. Crimes against public administration: specific consideration of corruption – Prof. Marta Fernandéz Cabrera
  12. Corruption vis-à-vis the Filipino Culture, and the Judiciary’s plan of action . Prof. Maria Filomena D. Singh
  13. Case study on Youth Justice – Arry Tricia Clare A. Oco
  14. Corporate liability ex crimine: EU standards, national solutions and “new” chapters of liability – Profa. Athina Sachoulidou
  15. Criminal Justice Policy and Criminal-Law making policy 
  16. Criminology: overview – Profa. Elisa García-Españha
  17. Criminal Offenses against Property and social economic orders – Prof. Prieto del Pino 
Lectures
1.  Spanish Criminal Law evolution – Prof. José Luis Díez Ripollés
6. Case study on Terrorism – Atty Francis Tom F. Temprosa
7. Considerations of Corruption
8. Criminal Offenses against Property and social economic orders
12. Criminal Offenses against Property and
13. Crimes against public administration: specific consideration of corruption – Prof.  Marta Fernández Cabrera 
14. Criminal Law making policy – part 1
15.  Criminal Law making policy – part 2
17. Criminology: overview
 
  1. Learning Materials 
 
 
 

Dissemination

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