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Our students follow newest developments in criminal law

On Monday 10 December 2018, our students, including Erasmus+ students, enrolled in the course Juvenile Justice Law took part in the II. International Biannual Conference organised by the Association of Juvenile and Family Judges and Experts in Children and Youth (USZM) about the Stop Programme. Among many distinguished speakers in this conference focused on the rights of children and youth in criminal proceedings and application of alternative approach – diversion, was also Assistants Professor Dalida Rittossa from our Faculty.