WHAT IS PRO BONO WORK?
LEGAL CLINIC: UNIR – FUNDACIÓN FERNANDO POMBO
THE PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE AND TRAILS BY MEDIA. “The Rocio Wanninkhof Case”.
(Extract Canal Cuatro News)
(El País news piece)
CONFERENCE: “SHOULD THE JUDGE BE AN INVESTIGATOR OR SIMPLY A GUARANTOR OF DUE PROCESS? THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC PROSECUTOR”
First Round table
Second Round table
Third Round table
Second and third presentation
MASTER CLASS: LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION (introduction)
MASTER CLASS: LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION
INTERVIEW ABOUT LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION (UNIR)
CARMEN POMBO SPEAK TO TRUST LAW AT THE 6TH EUROPEAN PRO BONO FORUM: PRO BONO STILL A NEW CONCEPT IN SPAIN
SPOT: II Carrera solidaria por la educación
XI IBERO-AMERICAN FORUM FOR THE CIVIL SOCIETY
Institutional presentation of the Fernando Pombo Foundation
CONFERENCE: THE PRESUMPTION OF INOCENCE AND TRIALS BY MEDIA
Introductory address:(MInute 11:50 to 1:28:37) Alberto Ruiz Gallardón, Minister of Justice. Emilio Lamo de Espinosa, Professor of Sociology. Universidad Complutense. Member of the board of trustees of Fernando Pombo Foundation. Joaquín García-Romanillos, President of the Fernando Pombo Foundation.
Presentations: “The defendant and the media”. Ramón Almendros Muñoz, Managing Director of Estudio de Comunicación, S.A. (2:11:30 to 3:17:25).
“The Right to Information and Media Populism”. Gabriela Bravo, Member and Spokesperson for the General Council of the Judiciary. (3:17:80 to 4:22:25).
Round table: ”Judicial Investigation and Investigative Journalism”. (9:23 to 2:06:10). Moderator: Carlos Carnicer, President of the General Council of Spanish Lawyers. Participants: Jesús Cacho, Journalist (Voz Pópuli Digital). Alejandro Luzón, Prosecutor in the Anti-Corruption and Organized Crime Department. Gonzalo Rodríguez Mourullo, Lawyer and Professor of Criminal Law. Pablo Rafael Ruz, Investigating Judge of the Spanish Superior Court.
Presentation: “Judicial Independence and the media.” Ángel Juanes Peces, President of the Spanish Superior Court. (31:30 to 1:36:50).
Presentation: “The Influence of Public Opinion on Court Cases.” Carmen del Riego, Chairwoman of the Madrid Press Association. (20:35 to 1:45:20).
Presentation: “The conflicts between the media and the law”. Mark Stephens, CBE, Partner at Finers Stephens Innocent, United Kingdom.(8:20 to 1:18:00).
Round table: “The dilemma between the right to the presumption of innocence versus the right to freedom of information in neighboring countries”. (2:37:35 to 4:34:43). Moderator: Ana Mª Ovejero Puente, Constitutional Law Proffesor at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid. Participants: Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen, Constitutional Law Professor at the Sorbonne University, Paris. Lord Brennan QC, Former Chairman of the Bar of England and Wales. Raphael Minder, Correspondent in Spain and Portugal for the International Herald Tribune, global edition of the New York Times. Peter Michael Müller, Member of the Advisory Board of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague.
Round table: “Professional Ethics of Plaintiffs in Court Cases”. (57:10 to 2:35:25). Moderator: Francisco Vieira Morante, President of the Madrid High Court. Participants: Pedro Apalategui, Lawyer. Carlos Saiz Díaz, Lawyer. Manuel Marín, Journalist (Newspaper ABC). José Luis López del Moral, President of the Cantabria Provincial Court.
Presentation: “Freedom of Speech, the Right to Information and the Presumption of Innocence.” Eduardo Torres-Dulce, Director of Public Prosecutions. (10:30 to 1:24:05).