UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI TRENTO
Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche - Facoltà di Giurisprudenza
Provincia Autonoma di Trento

International conference

BACK TO GOVERNMENT ?
THE PLURALISTIC DEFICIT IN DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES 
AND BEFORE THE COURTS

Trento, Friday 11th June and Saturday 12th June 2004
Sala conferenze - FacoltÓ di Giurisprudenza - via Verdi 53

Tempo
(hh:mm:ss)
Relatore/Argomento
 
Friday 11th June 2004
Video
01:50:41

Welcome:
Roberto Toniatti ( University of Trento)
Dean of the Faculty of Law

Luca Nogler (University of Trento)
Head of the Department of Legal Sciences

 
 

THE PLURALISTIC DEFICIT IN THE LEGISLATION

 
 
Introduction : Marco Dani (University of Trento)
 
 
"American Constitutional Fantasies: Escape from Difference through Escape from Government"
David Williams (Indiana School of Law) - (download the paper)

Discussant
Peter Leyland
(London Metropolitan University)

Debate
 
 
Coffe break
 
Video
01:08:40
"Law and Bioethics: between Values and Rules"
Cinzia Piciocchi (University of Trento)

Discussant
Susan Williams
(Indiana School of Law)

Debate
 
 
Lunch
   
Video
02:53:58
"Pluralism, Corporatism and Republicanism in Domestic Public Law: The Implications for a European Right to Civil Society Participation"
Francesca Bignami
(Duke University School of Law)

Discussant
Francesco Bilancia
(University of Pescara)

Debate

 
 
THE PLURALISTIC DEFICIT IN THE ADMINISTRATION
 
 
Introduction : Fulvio Cortese (University of Trento)
 
 
"Pluralism, Privatization and Citizenship Participation"
Alfred Aman (Indiana School of Law)

Discussant
Fabrizio Cafaggi
(European University Institute, Florence)

Debate
   
 
Coffe break
 
Video
00:45:03
"Participatory Democracy and Good Administration: the Role of Administrative Procedures"
Juli Ponce Solé (University of Barcelona)

Discussant
Fabrizio Fracchia
("L. Bocconi" University, Milan)

Debate
 
 
"Ensuring Functional Participation in the Implementation of EU Regulation"
Stijn Smismans (European University Institute, Florence)

Discussant
Edoardo Chiti
(University of Lecce)

Debate
 
 
Conclusion
 
 
 
Saturday 12th June 2004
 
 
THE PLURALISTIC DEFICIT BEFORE THE COURTS
 
Video
02:25:35
Introduction : Francesco Palermo (University of Verona)
 
 
"Access to US Federal Courts as a Forum for Human Rights Disputes: The Alien Torts Claims Act Under Scrutiny"
Christiana Ochoa (Indiana School of Law)

Discussant
Luisa Antoniolli
(University of Trento)

Debate
 
 
"The Problem of Access in the Constitutional Courts of the EU Member States"
Otto Pfersmann (Université La Sorbonne, Paris)

Discussant
Roberto Toniatti
(University of Trento)

Debate
 
 
"The Functional Representation of the Individual's Interests before the EC Courts"
Luigi Malferrari (Référendaire, European Court of Justice)

Discussant
Miriam Aziz
(European University Institute, Florence)

Debate
 
 
Coffe break
 
 
RULE OF LAW AND PLURALISTIC DEFICIT: BACK TO GOVERNMENT? 
 
Video
01:05:40
Round table:
 
 
Gianmaria Ajani (University of Torino)
Alfred Aman
(Indiana School of Law)
Fabrizio Cafaggi (European University Institute, Florence)
Otto Pfersmann (Université La Sorbonne, Paris)
Peter Teachout
(Vermont Law School)
Roberto Toniatti
(University of Trento)
Susan Williams (Indiana School of Law)
 
 
Concluding remarks
Giorgio Fodor
(University of Trento)
 

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