RECOGNISE aims at developing an interdisciplinary training curriculum on legal reasoning and cognitive science, filling a gap in legal higher education. It is a strategic partnership of six European universities for higher education sponsored by the ERASMUS+ Programme. The project will provide the interested learners (legal researchers, law students, legal practitioners, and beyond) with introductory and advanced materials on topics including heuristics and biases in adjudication, cognitive structure of legal concepts, and defeasible reasoning in law. Materials will be provided in the form of an online handbook, video lectures, summer schools, and other online and on-campus activities.
Project number: 2020-1-IT02-KA203-079834 Project type: Erasmus KA 2 – Strategic partnerships for higher education Start date of project: 1st September 2020 Duration: 36 months
Project Supervisor: Bruno Celano
Project Coordinator and Manager: Marco Brigaglia
Partners: University of Palermo (leading), University of Ljubljana, University of Bologna, Jagiellonian University of Krakow, Maastricht University, University of Alicante
Project Management Team: Marco Brigaglia, Rafael Buzón Ibáñez, Antonia M. Waltermann, Corrado Roversi, Bartłomiej Kucharzyk, Aleš Novak
Advisory Board: Amalia Amaya (National Autonomous University of Mexico), José Juan Moreso (University Pompeu Fabra Barcelona), Georgios Pavlakos (University of Glasgow)