Civil procedure law

Civil procedure law

To regulate all the legal rules that, in a given State, regulate the execution of the civil process.

The active areas of research are:

  • impact of recent reforms in the field of ordinary and special knowledge process, as well as arbitration, on doctrine and jurisprudence;
  • application of digital technology to the civil process.

The final goal is to take stock of the evolution of procedural models introduced with the many legislative innovations, evaluating their reciprocal conditioning and, on the whole, the concrete effects on the expectations of deflation and acceleration of civil proceedings and, more generally, the efficiency of the justice system.

People

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Maria Giulia Canella

Assistant professor

keywords: Italian and International arbitration, Enforcement, Reform of the civil process, Italian supreme Court,
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Angela Maria Felicetti

Adjunct professor

PhD Student

keywords: arbitration, adr, mediation, access to justice, legal pluralism, religious arbitration, online dispute resolution
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Gianni Ghinelli

PhD Student

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Mario Golia

PhD Student

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Michele Angelo Lupoi

Associate Professor

keywords: reform of civil procedural law, Family law civil proceedings, Regulation UE n. 1215/2012, Trust civil litigation,
keywords: emotions; decision-making; narrative analysis; legal reasoning; interaction.
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Renzo Orlandi

Full Professor

keywords: Oreganised crime, Political privilege, Criminal Justice Reform, Criminal justice, Fundamental Rights, Secial
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Giorgia Spallone

PhD Student

keywords: arbitration, injunctions, res iudicata, mediation/negotiation, adr, evidence