The sessions were entitled 'Free movement and criminal law: interactions and challenges at EU and national levels'
On April 21 2017, Dr Leandro Mancano, Programme Director of the LLM in EU Law, delivered two seminars at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa. The seminars were entitled 'Free movement and criminal law: interactions and challenges at EU and national levels'.
The sessions focused on the coming into being and development of European Criminal Law, its relationship with free movement and security demands, and the growing attention paid to fundamental rights in this area of EU Law.
The seminars were part of the Jean Monnet module 'Eur. Publ. ius - European Public Law- ius', directed by Professor Giuseppe Martinico. It saw the participation of undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as members of the academic staff.