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  1. L. Marin and M. Weimer, (Guest Editors of) Special issue on “Regulating New and Emerging Technologies”, European Journal of Risk Regulation 3-2016 
  2. M. Weimer and L. Marin, “The Role of Law in Managing the Tension between Risk and Innovation”, Introduction to the Special Issue on Regulating New and Emerging Technologies, EJRR, 3-106, pp. 469-474 
  3. Luisa Marin & Alessandro Spena (Guest Editors of) Special Issue “Crimmigration and Human Rights in Europe: Exclusion, Alternatives and Resistance”, European Journal of Migration and Law 2-2016, with articles of M. Bosworth-M. Vannier, A. Mangiaracina, A. Spena, L. Zedner, A.M. Kosińska 
  4. L. Marin and A. Spena, “Introduction: The Criminalization of Migration and European Dis(Integration)”, Special issue on “Crimmigration, EU law and Human Rights”, co-edited by L. Marin and A. Spena, European Journal of Migration and Law 2-2016, pp. 469-474 
  5. L. Marin, “The humanitarian drone and the borders. Unravelling the rationales behind the deployment of drones-technology in border surveillance”, in B. Custers (ed.), “The Future of Drone Use. Opportunities and Threats from Legal and Ethical Perspectives”, Springer, 2016, 115-132 
  6. L. Marin, “The fate of the Data Retention Directive: about mass surveillance and fundamental rights in the EU legal order”, in V. Mitsilegas, M. Bergstrom, T. Konstatinides (eds.), “Research Handbook on European Criminal Law”, Edward Elgar, 2016, pp. 210-229 
  7. L. Marin and K. Krajčíková, "Deploying drones in policing southern European borders: between crime control and humanitarian discourses", in A. Završnik, (ed.) Drones and Unmanned Aerial Systems: Legal and Social Implications for Security and Surveillance, Springer, 2016, pp. 101-127 
  8. L. Marin, “The deployment of drones technology in border surveillance: its impact on security and its challenges to privacy and data protection” in R. Bellanova, J.P. Burgess, J. Cas, M. Friedewald, W. Peissl (eds.), “Discourses on Privacy and Security”, Routledge forthcoming 2016  
  9. L. Marin, “The ‘metamorphosis’ of the drone: challenges arising from the deployment of drone technology in border surveillance. An exploratory study”, forthcoming in “Embedding and Governing New Technologies: A Regulatory, Ethical and Societal Perspective”, ed. by D. Bowman, E. Stokes, A. Rip)
  10. Luisa Marin, “Effective and Legitimate? Learning from the Lessons of 10 Years of Practice with the European Arrest Warrant”, in New Journal of European Criminal Law, Vol. 5, Issue 3, 2014
  11. L. Marin, “Protecting the EU’s borders from … fundamental rights? Squaring the circle between Frontex’s border surveillance and human rights, to be published in R. Holzhacker & P. Luif (eds.), Freedom, Security and Justice after Lisbon: Internal and External Dimensions of Increased Cooperation in the European Union, Springer, New York, 2014, pp. 75-99
  12. Marin, Luisa (2014) Book review "EU Counter-Terrorism Law: Pre-Emption and the Rule of Law / Cian C. Murphy". [Review of the book EU Counter-Terrorism Law: Pre-Emption and the Rule of Law, Murphy, Cian C., ed.] European law review, 39, 433 - 437. ISSN 0307-5400
  13. L. Marin, “Il mandato di arresto europeo alla prova del dialogo tra Conseil Constitutionnel e Corte di Giustizia”, published in Quaderni costituzionali, 2013, pp. 656-660
  14. K. Parti, L. Marin, “Ensuring freedoms and protecting rights in the governance of the Internet: A comparative analysis of blocking measures of illegal Internet content and the liability of ISPs”, submitted to Journal of Contemporary European Research) 9 (1) 2013. Pp. 138-159
  15. M. Viola de Azevedo Cunha, L. Marin, G. Sartor, “Peer-to-Peer Privacy Violations and ISP Liability: Data Protection in the User-Generated Web”, International Data Privacy Law Journal, 2012 (earlier appeared as EUI Working Papers LAW, 11/2011) http://idpl.oxfordjournals.org/content/2/2/50.full
  16. L. Marin, “Policing EU’s external borders: a challenge for the rule of law and fundamental rights in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice? An analysis of Frontex Joint Operations at the southern maritime border”, Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol. 7 no. 4-2011, p. 468-487
  17. L. Marin, “Is Europe turning into a ‘technological fortress’? Innovation and technology for the management of EU’s external borders. Reflections on FRONTEX and EUROSUR”, in M.A. Heldeweg & E. Kica (eds.), Regulating Technological Innovation: Legal and Economic Regulation of Technological Innovation, Palgrave MacMillan, 2011, p. 131-151. DOI:10.1057/9780230367456.0013
  18. M. Viola de Azevedo Cunha, L. Marin, G. Sartor, “Peer-to-peer privacy violations and ISP liability: privacy violations in the user-generated web”, EUI Working Papers LAW, 11/2011
  19. L. Marin, “A Spectre is Haunting Europe”: European Citizenship in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. Some reflections on the principles of non discrimination (on the basis of nationality), mutual recognition and mutual trust originated from the European Arrest Warrant”, European Public Law, European Public Law, 2011, 705-728
  20. L. Marin, “The External Dimension of the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice”, in C. Eckes & Th. Konstadinides (Eds.), Crime within the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: A European Public Order, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011 (with R.A. Wessel and C. Matera)
  21. L. Marin, Review of F. Geyer & E. Guild (Eds.), ‘Security Versus Justice?’, Ashgate, 2008, Common Market Law Review, 2010, 1262-1264
  22. L. Marin, Review of M. Luchtman, “European co-operation between financial supervisory authorities, tax authorities and judicial authorities”, European Law Review, 2009, pp. 990-992
  23. L. Marin & F. Palermo, “Il sistema universitario olandese, tra ‘polder’ e mercato” [The Dutch University system, between “polder” and market], in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, 2/2009, pp. 759-773
  24. Co-editor of E. Guild & L. Marin (eds.), Still not resolved? Constitutional Challenges to the European Arrest Warrant, Nijmegen, Wolf Legal Publishers, 2009
  25. E. Guild & L. Marin, Still not resolved? Constitutional Challenges to the European Arrest Warrant: A Look at Challenges ahead after the Lessons learned from the Past, E. Guild & L. Marin (eds.), Still not resolved? Constitutional Challenges to the European Arrest Warrant, Nijmegen, Wolf Legal Publishers, 2009, pp. 1-10
  26. L. Marin, “Like After a Strange Fall: Constitutional Micro-Fractures and the EAW. Some Lessons of European Constitutional Law Suggested by the Italian Case”, in E. Guild & L. Marin (eds.), Still not resolved? Constitutional Challenges to the European Arrest Warrant, Nijmegen, Wolf Legal Publishers, 2009, pp. 229-245
  27. L. Marin, Review of “Towards a European Criminal Record”, edited by C. Stefanou and H. Xanthaki, Common Market Law Review, 45, pp. 1793-1795, 2008
  28. L. Marin, “The European Arrest Warrant and Domestic Legal Orders. Tensions between Mutual Recognition and Fundamental Rights: the Italian Case”, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 2008, pp. 473-492
  29. L. Marin, “The European Arrest Warrant in the Italian Republic”, European Constitutional Law Review, 2008, pp. 251-273
  30. L. Marin, “L’ ‘armonia con la Costituzione’ come limite alla potestà statutaria nella giurisprudenza del giudice delle leggi”, in P. Cavaleri (ed.), Temi di diritto regionale nella giurisprudenza costituzionale dopo le riforme, Giappichelli, Torino, 2008, pp. 25-51
  31. L. Marin, Review of “Comment évaluer l’espace penal européen?”, edited by A. Weyembergh & S. de Biolley, Common Market Law Review, 44, pp. 1817-1822, 2007
  32. L. Marin, “L’‘armonia con la Costituzione’ e la potestà statutaria nella giurisprudenza del giudice delle leggi”, in the section “i paper del forum”, www.forumcostituzionale.it (January 2007)
  33. L. Marin, “Il principio di mutuo riconoscimento nello spazio penale europeo”, pp. 219, 2006 (PhD dissertation)
  34. L. Marin, “Il mandato di arresto europeo al vaglio delle corti nazionali: divergenze e convergenze nell’interpretazione di uno strumento transnazionale europeo”, in N. Zanon (ed.), Le Corti dell’integrazione europea e la Corte costituzionale italiana, ESI, Naples, 2006, pp. 217-238
  35. L. Marin, “Il ne bis in idem dello spazio penale europeo” [“The double jeopardy principle of the European criminal area”], Quaderni costituzionali, n. 3/2005
  36. L. Marin, “Il signor Baldinger, la sua pensione di guerra e la cittadinanza europea” [“Mr. Baldinger, his pension war and European citizenship”], Rivista Italiana di Diritto Pubblico Comunitario, n. 2/2005
  37. L. Marin, “La Corte di Strasburgo garante del diritto comunitario” [“The Strasbourg Court vouching for EC law”], Quaderni costituzionali, n. 4/2003

PAST CONFERENCE PAPERS, PRESENTATIONS (SELECTION):

  1. 16 May 2014, University of Nijmegen: Heading to Europe: Safe Haven or Graveyard? Migration by Sea in the Mediterranean, Attendance
  2. December 2013, Copenhagen, GLOTHRO seminar, organized by Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen and Jens Vedsted-Hansen, paper proposal on transnational law enforcement of border management, accepted.
  3. July 8-11, 2013, Rome, Italy: first summer school on “The European area of freedom security and justice (EAFSJ); scope, objectives, actors and dynamics”, organized by Fondazione Basso, FREE-group, europeanrights.org where I have lectured on the governance of irregular migration
  4. June 19-20, 2013, conference: “Ultima Ratio 2.0”, organized by Prof. Joxerramon Bengoetxea, Heike Jung and Kimmo Nuotio, and held at the School of Law, University of Helsinki, Finland. I have presented the paper: “Lost (Ultima) Ratio? Reflections in the context of crimmigration and securitization of migration.”
  5. May 23-24, 2013, international conference: “Spy in the Sky: Regulatory Issues of Drones and Unmanned Aerial Systems”, School of Law, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. I have presented the paper: Luisa Marin: “Deploying drones in policing borders: ethical and regulatory issues”;
  6. April 10, 2013, European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Brussels, Belgium: Experts Meeting on the so-called “Smart Borders” proposals.
  7. Luisa Marin joined the panel discussion on visa liberalization, at the ERA seminar: “KEEPING THE EU’S EXTERNAL BORDERS SECURE: LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. FRONTEX, THE USE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND THE NEW EU AGENCY FOR LARGE-SCALE IT SYSTEMS”, Warsaw, 18-19 March 2013, Polish Border Guard Headquarters
  8. Fondazione Basso and FREE-group, Rome, 4 February 2013, conference: “Libertà sicurezza e giustizia nell’Unione Europea. Problemi e prospettive a tre anni dal Trattato di Lisbona”
  9. European Parliament, LIBE Committee, 7 November 2012: kick-off meeting of the FREE (Fundamental Rights European Experts) roup, established by Emilio De Capitani, invited as member of the Commissie Meijers / Meijers Standing Committee
  10. Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties, The Hague, 1 November 2012, onderzoekersmiddag: “Science meets Policy - Policy meets Science” on Asiel, immigratie en integratieonderzoek; paper presentation: L. Marin: “The boundaries of the extraterritorialization of migration controls
  11. University of Helsinki, School of Law, October 2012: seminar “Effectiveness in European Criminal Law”, paper presentation: L. Marin: “Goal or instrument? Existential dilemmas of mutual recognition in criminal matters. Analysis of recent developments on the European Arrest Warrant.”  
  12. 8-10.9.2010: 33rd EGPA (European Group of Public Administration) Annual Conference 2010 (Toulouse- France), Permanent Study Group X: Law and Public Administration, paper presentation: Luisa Marin: A Spectre is Haunting Europe”: The constitutionality of the EAW vs. the principle of non-discrimination based on nationality.
  13. 33rd EGPA Conference, Toulouse, Discussant of: François Lafarge (ENA Strasbourg, University of Strasbourg, France): Enforcement of administrative decisions between Member States under EU law: From exequatur to automaticity?
  14. 11.6.2010, CES Lisbon, Conference “A Construção de un Espaço Europeu de Justiça”, discussant (invited)
  15. 26.11.2009, Ius Commune Congress 2009, Maastricht, paper: “A Spectre is Haunting Europe: the European Citizenship on the European Arrest Warrant” (in English)
  16. 29.5.2009, European University Institute, Florence, conference paper: “The Genesis of the External Dimension of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice” (in English)
  17. 24.9.2007, University of Helsinki, seminar paper: “The European Arrest Warrant into Domestic Legal Orders: Mutual Recognition and shift of Powers within the State” (in English)
  18. 23.3.2007, University of Verona, conference paper: “I limiti alla potestà statutaria delle Regioni ordinarie nella giurisprudenza della Corte Costituzionale” (in Italian)
  19. 21.6.2005, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, School of Law, Centre for Migration Law, presentation: “The Area of Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters of the EU: Can the Principle of Mutual Recognition Affect the Constitutional Guarantees of the Individual?” (in English)