Posts Tagged organized crime

Prof Antonella Pasculli’s lectures

Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

IMG_0016Antonella Pasculli


[ENG] Antonella Pasculli, Professor of criminal law at the University of Bari (Italy) has been visiting lecturer at the Law School of the University of A Coruna during the fourth week of March. During her ECRIM-sponsored visitorship, Prof Pasculli has given a number and talks and lectures to students of penology and criminology. More precisely, Prof Pasculli lectured on ‘Organized crime and economic crisis in Italy‘ and ‘The protection of children in migrations‘.


IMG_0024Antonella Pasculli

Lectures on organized crime and compensation of non-material damage

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

From left to right: Luz María Puente, Aurelijus Gutauskas

Antanas Rudzinskas

On December 15th, within the framework of the International Workshop of Research on Criminal Issues, which is developed by the ECRIM research group, the Faculty of Law of the University of A Coruña hosted a couple of lectures given by two scholars of the Mykolas Romeris University of Vilnius (Lithuania), who were visiting us. On the one side, Aurelijus Gutauskas, Associate Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, lectured on “Organized Crime. Approach from the lithuanian perspective“. On the other side, Antanas Rudzinskas, Associate Professor of Civil Law, gave a talk on “Non-material damage and its compensation: lithuanian perspective“.