Håkan Andersson (Public Prosecutor, Swedish Prosecution Authority) talks about the issue of neutrality of the cultural expert in the court (Cultural Expertise in Criminal Cases – Experiences of a Public Prosecutor Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, 7 Oct 2019)

EURO-EXPERT in collaboration with the Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP) organised one-day training workshop on International Commercial Arbitration. The chief guest Justice Gulzar Ahmed said that this sort of trainings will be given to the judicial officers in future regularly, including also subject such as gender rights, violence against women and children. Professor Livia Holden also launched CULTEXP database in all languages and across 17 different countries, including Pakistan. After formal proceedings, Professor Giorgio Fabio Colombo, University of Nagoya, started first training session (Islamabad, 11 Nov 2019).

Sharon Weill (The American University of Paris/Sciences-Po, Paris) talks about terrorism acts and ethnographic research in French criminal courts (Terror in Court: Transnational Jihadism and the Fabrication of its Judges. An Ethnography in French Criminal Courts, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, 30 Jan 2020)

Federico Brandmayr (Cambridge University) talks about the role that social scientists and cultural researchers have played in the L’Aquila Trial case (Nothing but “Stimulating Metaphysical Theories”? Cultural Expertise in the L’Aquila Trial, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, 30 Jan 2020)