Professor Mitsilegas appointed as Co-Rapporteur at the new CEPS Task Force on Cross-Border Data and the Future of E-Evidence
Valsamis Mitsilegas, Professor of European Criminal Law and Global Security at Queen Mary University of London, has been appointed as Co-Rapporteur at the new CEPS Task Force on Cross-Border Data and the Future of E-Evidence, which was launched in Brussels on 23 January 2020. This high-level Task Force brings together representatives from the private sector, think tanks and NGOs, policy makers and legal professionals to examine ways in which EU legislation in the field can proceed.
The Task Force is a follow-up to the on-going collaboration of Professor Mitsilegas with CEPS, one of the leading think-tanks on EU affairs. Find out more about the CEPS Task Force.
- Professor Mitsilegas is also Co-Director of the School of Law's Criminal Justice Centre and Deputy Dean for Global Engagement (Europe) at Queen Mary
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