Crimmigration: The European Version

Monday, September 18, 2017
182 (Cap:76)
Gian Luigi Gatta is a Professor of Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan, where he is also the Director of the Law Department. He has written and taught in the area of substantial criminal law. He is the author of two books – respectively, on the retro-activity of the Criminal Law (2008) and on the meaning and the role of “threat” in criminal law offenses (2013). He has also written several articles and essays on different topics (mainly in the area of crimmigration, prison system, corruption) published in renowned Italian law reviews. He has also co-edited, with Professor E. Dolcini, the Commentary to the Italian Criminal Code (Wolters Kluwer), and he is deputy director of “Diritto penale contemporaneo”, the main Italian online review on criminal law and procedure. He is also editor in chief of the Rivista italiana di diritto e procedura penale (the most renowned and historical Italian criminal law review). Gian Luigi Gatta was a visiting scholar at Cornell Law School in the fall of 2016 and has returned to Cornell as a visiting scholar for the current semester to complete his research.
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Patricia Hall

Gian Luigi Gatta, Professor of Criminal Law and Director of the Law Department, University of Milan