Created in 2003, the group consists mostly of professors from the universities of Burgos and Valladolid, who are involved usually economic in charge of public institutions such as the Ministry of Education and Science, the Junta of Castilla y León and even European as the European Commission. The object of the research group is the study and analysis of the different instruments or mechanisms made available by the legislation of the European Union to enable collaboration between judges and courts of different Member States during the process, both in the field of civil courts as a criminal; hence the rubric of "judicial cooperation" and cooperation on matters of Justice and Home Affairs (CAJI in spanish) adopted the latter in the institutional framework of the European Union since the Treaty of Maastricht and now updated under the name "European judicial space" from the Treaty of Lisbon signed on 13 December 2007. from this text is to be understood applicable in this field not only the principle of mutual recognition but also the legislative approach as the legal basis for the construction of the European judicial area made checking the difficulty of using only the first of them.
The Civil and Criminal Judicial Cooperation in the Field of European Union: Procedural Instruments (CAJI)
Legal Today ha publicado el día 29 de julio de 2020 un artículo escrito por la Prof. Dr. Mar Jimeno Bulnes.
Publicación del último número de la Revista Eucrim. Issue 2020/01 en el que han participado profesores de la Universidad de Burgos.
Seminar II: “EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: family reunification and the fight against terrorism”
The seminar will be held from September 23 to 25, 2020 in the Faculty of Humanities and Communication, University of Burgos.