Project Coordinator

University of Maribor

Univerza v Mariboru

Est.:
1975
Students: 14.000
Department: Faculty of Law, Chair for Criminal law

  • Doc. Dr. Miha Šepec, Project Coordinator, Assistant Professor and Head of the Institute for Criminal and Minor Offences Law at Faculty of Law, University of Maribor
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zlatan Dežman, High Judge, District Court in Maribor, Department for Criminal Law
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anže Erbežnik, Associate Professor at European Faculty of Law, Nova Univerza
  • Assist. Dr. Miha Šošić, Attorney at Law and Research and Teaching Assistant at Faculty of Law, University of Maribor
  • Assist. Jan Stajnko, Research and Teaching Assistant at Faculty of Law, University of Maribor and Doctoral Student at Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana
  • Jasmina Klojčnik, Administrator for International and Project Cooperation

Project Partners

Jožef Stefan Institute

Institut “Jožef Štefan”

Est.: 1949
Doctoral students: 400
Department: Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks

  • Doc. Dr. Tomaž Klobučar, Researcher and Assistant Professor at Head of the Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks, IJS
  • Prof. Dr. Borka Jerman Blažič, Researcher at the Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks, IJS and Coordinator of the DG Justice LIVE_FOR Project
  • Primož Cigoj, Researcher and Doctoral Student at Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School in Ljubljana

Portucalense University (UPT)

Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique

Est.: 1986

Students:1700

Department: Department of Law

  • Prof. Dr. Manuel Costa Andrade, President of the Constitutional Court of the Portuguese Republic
  • Prof. Dr. José Luis Caramelo Gomes, Head of Research at IJP – Portucalense Institute for Legal Research at UPT
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fátima de Castro-Moreira, Secretary-General of the Portucalense Institute for Legal Research at UPT
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Maria de Lurdes Varregoso Silva da Costa Mesquita, Associate Professor at Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave (IPCA), Management School, Law Department
  • Prof. Dr. Mario Barata, Assistant Professor at Polytechnic Institute of Leiria

University of Göttingen

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

Est.:
1734
Students: 25.000
Department: Institute for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Department for Foreign and International Criminal Law

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Kai Ambos, Judge at the Kosovo Specialist Chambers (KSC), Holder of the Chair of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Comparative Law and International Criminal Law at the Georg-August-Universiät Göttingen, Head of the Department of Foreign and International Criminal Law, Institute of Criminal Law and Justice at the University Göttingen
  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Alexander Heinze, LL. M. (TCD), Assistant Professor of law at the University of Göttingen School of Law.
  • Apl. Prof. Dr. Peter Rackow, Extracurricular Professor of Law at the University of Göttingen School of Law

University of Graz

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz

Est.: 1585
Students: 32.500
Department: Faculty of Law

  • Prof. Dr. Gabriele Schmölzer, Professor and Head of the Institute of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Criminology, Deputy Dean for Studies at Faculty of Law, University of Graz
  • Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Folz, Professor and Head of the Institute of European Law at the University of Graz, Associate Professor for the Law of the European Union at the Seoul National University Law School
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Mühlbacher, Head of the Graz Public Prosecutor’s Office
  • Charlotte Genschel, Research and Teaching Fellow, Institute of European Law at the University of Graz
  • Lara Unger, University Assistant, Institute of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Criminology at the University of Graz

University of Turin

Università degli Studi di Torino


Est.:
1404
Students: 70.500
Department: Department of Law

  • Prof. Dr. Laura Scomparin, Full Professor of Criminal Procedure at the Law Department of the University of Turin
  • Prof. Dr. Stefano Montaldo, Associate professor of EU law at the Law Department of the University of Turin
  • Dr. Valeria Ferraris, Assistant professor at the Law Department of the University of Turin
  • Dr. Caroline Peloso, PhD in criminal law at University of Turin and Bordeaux (France)

University of Zagreb

Sveučilište u Zagrebu

Est.:
1669
Students: 72.500
Department: Faculty of Law

  • Doc. Dr. sc. Aleksandar Maršavelski, Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law at Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb
  • Prof. Dr. sc. Elizabeta Ivičević Karas, Professor at the Department of Criminal Procedural Law at Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb
  • Doc. Dr. sc. Zoran Burić, Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Procedural Law at Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb
  • Doc. Dr. sc. Marin Bonačić, Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Procedural Law at Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb

DEFINITION OF THE PROBLEM

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DEFINITION OF THE PROBLEM

Practical implementation of the Directive was, until recently, lacking in many Member States – despite its importance regarding the fight on terrorism and for a smooth functioning of the European area of freedom, security and justice in general.

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EXPECTED
RESULTS

EXPECTED RESULTS

EXPECTED RESULTS

This project aims to benefit all who are engaged in European cross-border crime investigation and judicial cooperation in criminal matters: judges, lawyers, public prosecutors, academics, police officers and others who are dealing with evidence gathering and investigation procedures on a daily basis.

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METHODOLOGY

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METHODOLOGY

The methodology of this project does not merely include the identification and legal analysis of the existing implementation law of EIO, but also gathering of information on the practical application of the EIO from legal practitioners.

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PROJECT
PARTNERS

WHO ARE THE PARTNERS?

Project partners

The EIO-LAPD project is carried out as a partnership of seven project partners from six different countries: Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, Germany, Italy and Portugal. Each brings its own unique expertise and networks to the project.

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