What is the impact of the Covid-19 emergency on the various juridical profiles? From constitutionally guaranteed rights to the rules pertaining to the regulation of security in the workplace, from the organization of the PA, to the access to the Internet and to an issue of high topicality such as the protection of privacy.
The Law Faculty of the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO invites to attend the next debate of the next Digital Talk, entitled "The Law to the Test of Covid-19", that will be held online on Thursday the 14th May, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.
The University’s in-house competences debate in virtual and interactive roundtable, the reflect on the emergency with their own academic community and the audience in the Internet.
"Our Universities goes on being committed in creating occasions for getting an deeper insight, analyzing and reflecting on the effects that the current emergency period produces in our society, on the economic, social and human context” – UNINETUNO’s Rector, Prof. Maria Amata Garito, states.
The Digital Talk will be held on live streaming on UNINETTUNO’s platform and Facebook page.
Introduction to the works by:
Prof. Andrea Sacco Ginevri
Law of Economy - UNINETTUNO
The Dean of the Faculty, Prof. Arturo Maresca
Labor law - UNINETTUNO
"Labor law at the test of Covid-19";
Prof. Federica Fabrizzi
Constitutional law - UNINETTUNO
"Balancing constitutionally guaranteed rights between state and regional sources ";
Prof. Fernanda Faini
Law and the new technologies - UNINETTUNO
"Rights and technology in the challenges of the emergency";
Prof. Francesca Maschio
Private law - UNINETTUNO
"The prism of the fundamental rights of the person in the Covid-19 pandemics”;
Prof. Giovanni Pesce
Administrative law - UNINETTUNO
“Digital obligations of the State and right to access the Internet at the time of the quarantine”
Prof. Sabina Bulgarelli
Law of the media and of personal data - UNINETTUNO
"Tracing through apps and privacy";
Prof. Silvia Massi
Penal law - UNINETTUNO
"Penal law and Covid-19 related emergency"