Franco-Maltese comparative law seminar - 24/10/2014

The 5th edition of the Franco-Maltese comparative law seminar to be held this year in Malta. Organized by the Judicial Studies Committee of Malta and the French Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature, it will be held Oct. 24 at the Radisson Blu, Golden Sands.
The theme is about judicial cooperation in criminal matters.

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PROGRAMME
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The European Arrest Warrant and other European Union judicial cooperation instruments: the Franco-Maltese experience


Joint Seminar organised by the

Judicial Studies Committee of Malta

and the

École Nationale de la Magistrature of France


Friday 24th October, 2014

Venue: The Ballroom, Radisson, Golden Sands Resort, Malta

8:30 Registration
9:00 Welcome and Introduction:
Speakers:
Judge Joseph David Camilleri, Chairman of the Judicial Studies Committee
Mr. Michel Vandepoorter, French Ambassador to Malta
Mr. Anthony Manwaring, Deputy Director, Head of the International Department of the ENM

9:30 The EAW and Instruments of Mutual Recognition in the European Criminal Justice Area

Speaker: Dr. Donatella Frendo Dimech, Deputy Attorney General

10:30 Coffee Break

11:00 Surrender Procedures: the EAW and Transfer of Inmates

Speaker: Ms. Caroline Gontran, Prosecutor and Head of the Bureau of International Criminal Cooperation in the Ministry of Justice

12:00 The execution of a EAW - the Maltese Courts’ experience so far

Speaker: Magistrate Dr. Aaron Bugeja, Member of the Court of Magistrates

13:00 Lunch Break

14:00 The role of the Liaison Magistrate – Mutual legal assistance and confiscation framework

Speaker: Magistrate Amélie Duranton, French Liaison Magistrate in Rome to Italy and Malta

15:00 Coffee Break

15:30 Joint Investigation teams and the role of Eurojust

Speaker: Mr. Pierre Bellet, Senior Prosecutor and Head of the Interregional Court of Organized Crime

16:30 Closing remarks and end of seminar:

Speaker: The Hon. Chief Justice Dr. Silvio Camilleri, President of the Constitutional Court, the Court of Appeal and the Court of Criminal Appeal

17:00-18.00 Closing cocktail

Dernière modification : 20/11/2014

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