Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

Criminal law

The legitimacy of EU competition fines – a structural comparison of european and national criminal investigation mechanisms (by Oliver Jany)

The fines imposed by the Comission have tremendously increased over the recent years. Some scholars argue, they have always been or at least become “some sort of criminal law”. However,…

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Legal implications of predictive enforcement: The use of artificial intelligence and technology in predicting and preventing crime (by Kelly Blount)

Kelly’s PhD research focuses on the evolution of criminal law enforcement. Namely, her research analyzes the legal implications of using technology and artificial intelligence in predicting and preventing crime. The…

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