I meeting University of Navarra-UNITO


New technologies and their role in helping global business become more sustainable (economically, socially and/or environmentally): Legal perspectives

I meeting University of Navarra-UNITO


The School of Law of the University of Navarra organizes the I meeting University of Navarra-UNITO framed in the agreement for the curriculum International of the doctoral program in "Law, the Individual and the Market".

Sessions will have a maximum duration of approximately twenty minutes with an additional ten minutes for questions and answers and discussion. 





Monday, April 17th

10.30-11.00 Tour of Amigos Building

11.00-11.30 Opening remarks/welcome & presentation of the UNITO Doctorate in the Law, the Individual and the Market- Dean Prof. Mercedes Galán, Prof. Marian Salvador, Prof. Patrick O'Malley - UNAV and UNITO representatives; PhD presentation by Prof. Elena D'Alessandro, University of Turin
Friends classroom M05

11.30-12.00 Talk - topic: Technological sovereignty and international trade deals
Prof. Lorenza Mola, Associate Professor of International Law at the University of Turin
Friends classroom M05

12.00-12.30 Talk - topic: Distributed registration technologies and protection of data personal data. Compatibility and conflicts with the General Data Protection Regulation. data
Prof. Juan Carlos Hernández Peña, University of Navarra, Spain
Friends classroom M05

12.30-12.45 COFFEE
Hall classroom M05

12.45-13.00 Talk - topic: An evolving Faculty of Law at the UNAV - presentation of the International Relations Programs
Prof. Asunción de la Iglesia, University of Navarra
Friends classroom M05

13.00-13.30 Alumni Talk 1 - topic: New challenges in international space law, high tech, geospatial intelligence and satellites
Andrea Santos (Law, Class of 2020) Legal & business officer at Aerospacelab SA (Belgium)
Friends classroom M5

13.30-15.15 LUNCH
University of Navarra Museum

15.30-16.00 University of Navarra Museum Tour 

16.00-16.30 Talk - topic: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and corporate criminal and civil liability issues in global business operations
Prof. Patrick O'Malley, University of Navarra Friends
Friends classroom M05

16.30-17.00 Talk - topic: On the Human Limits of Computational Legal & Compliance Systems: the /ALINE Project
Diglio Simoni Founder and CEO, /ALINE
Friends classroom M5

17.00-17.30 Talk - topic: Impacts of the digital transformation on the environment and sustainability: judicial evidence in environmental pollution
Prof. Silvia Badiola Coca, Associate Professor of Procedural Law at the Public University of Navarre
Friends classroom M5

17.30-18.00 Talk - topic: Presentation of the book "Contracting and Contract Law in the Age of Artificial Intelligence".
Prof. Cristina Poncibò, Professor of Comparative Private Law, Department of Law, University of Turin
Friends classroom M5

18.00-18.30 COFFEE
Friends Hall classroom M05

18.30-19.00 Talk - topic: New Technologies and the Role of the General Counsel: Potential Opportunities and Risks
Carlo Kostka (Milan, Italy), General Counsel Americas and International at GCF - Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie Spa
Friends classroom M5

19.00-19.30 Talk - topic: Law. Language and New Technologies: major changes or business as usual?
Prof. Silvia Ferreri, Professor of Comparative Private Law, Department of Law, University of Turin
Friends classroom M5

19.30-20.00 Alumni Talk 2 - topic: [Challenges for 21st Century Companies: Cybersecurity and Tech dispute resolution].
Isabella Hardiman (Law, Class of 2021) Associate at Pérez-Llorca, Madrid
Friends classroom M5


Tuesday, April 18th

9.00-9.30 PRESENTATION of ITC-ILO LLM United Nations in International Trade Law
Profs. Lorenza Mola and Cristina Poncibò - University of Turin, Turin School of Development, International Training Centre of the ILO (United Nations)
Friends - classroom M08

9.30-10.00 PRESENTATION of Project PARASOL - UNITO
Prof. Cristina Poncibò, Professor of Comparative Private Law, Department of Law, University of Turin
Friends - classroom M08

10.00-10.30 COFFEE

10.30-11.00/11.15 Talk - topic (ONLINE): Premature state legibility: The difficulties of information technology in early-stage political systems
Dr. Ajay Shah, one of India's top business consultants and financial thought leaders; his areas of focus are macroeconomics, finance, health, and technology policy. Ajay Shah studied at IIT, Bombay and USC, Los Angeles. He has held positions at Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research (IGIDR), Department of Economic Affairs at the Ministry of Finance and National Institute for Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP). He is now Co-Founder at XKDR Forum.
classroom M08 / ONLINE

12.00-13.15 Keynote talk - topic: Convergence & Revolution: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Quantum Computing and the Law. A survey of emerging legal issues in Quantum and AI from a US corporate / business perspective.
development Dr. Christopher Savoie, co-chair of the US-based Quantum Economic Development Consortium's ("QED-C") technical quantum law committee advisor .
ICS Lecture Hall
13.30-14.00 Lunch/cocktail
ICS Hall


April 17, 2023


Pamplona Campus

City Pamplona
Organised by School of Law