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René BASQUE René BASQUE Canadian Bar Association
René Basque is a partner of Actus Law Droit in Moncton where his practice focuses on regulatory work, corporate litigation, outside corporate counsel and employment law. A fluently bilingual native of Tracadie Sheila, he holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree (1980) and a Bachelor of Law degree (1988), both from the Université de Moncton. René was admitted to the bar in 1989. In addition to his practice, he worked as Public Intervener on behalf of the Attorney General of New Brunswick on a number of issues in front of the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board, including Enbridge Gas New Brunswick’s rate setting hearing, Irving Oil’s wholesale margin hearing and the Point Lepreau refurbishment hearing.
René Basque has been a member of the Canadian Bar Association since 1989, and was president of the Canadian Bar Association in 2016 2017. He was president of CBA New Brunswick in 2006 2007. He is a past board member of the New Brunswick Law Society and the Canadian Bar Association’s excellence awards committee. René has lectured on commercial and corporate law for the provincial bar admission course, provides business seminars for new entrepreneurs, as well as governance seminars for charitable and for profit boards of directors.
Hilarie BASS Hilarie BASS Presidente dell’American Bar AssociationVincent BERTHAT Vincent BERTHAT Membro della Commission Affaires européennes et internationales del Conseil National des Barreaux
Ledi BIANKU Ledi BIANKU Ledi Bianku is Judge at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) since 1 February 2008. At the Court, he served as Chairman of the Working Group on the Reform of the Grand Chamber (since September 2016), Chairman of the Judicial Reflections Working Group (since June 2012) and as member of the EU law working group (since January 2009). He also held the position of Vice President of Section I of the ECHR (January 2016 February 2017). During 2006 2008 he was member of the Venice Commission For Democracy through Law. Prior to his appointment as Judge at the ECHR, Judge Bianku lectured human rights, EU law and public international law at the Albanian School of Magistrates and the Faculty of Law at Tirana University (Albania). Besides his academic career, he served as legal advisor to the OSCE, as Chairman of the Albanian National Council for Radio and Television and in the period 2000 2007 as advisor ad personam to the President of the Republic, to the President of the Parliament and to Ministers of Justice and of European Affairs in Albania. Judge Bianku studied law at the Faculty of Law at Tirana University, Faculty of Law at University of Trento and College of Europe in Bruges.
Francesca BIGNAMI Francesca BIGNAMI Francesca Bignami is Professor of Law at The George Washington University Law School (Washington, DC). She has published extensively on comparative privacy law, comparative administrative and regulatory law, and EU law. Professor Bignami is an elected member of the International Association of Comparative Law, she is on the editorial board of several academic journals, including the American Journal of Comparative Law, and she is a member of the Advisory Board of the Electronic Privacy Information Center. She has held visiting professorships at Harvard Law School, the LUISS University (Rome), and the VU University Amsterdam. Professor Bignami is a graduate of Harvard College and Yale Law School and she has served as a clerk for Judge Stephen F. Court of Appeals, DC Circuit and for Advocate General Philippe Léger of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. Among her most recent publications is Comparative Law and Regulation: Understanding the Global Regulatory Process (with David Zaring) (2016).
Christina BLACKLAWS Christina BLACKLAWS Vice President, The Law Society of England and Wales
Christina Blacklaws studied Jurisprudence at the University of and qualified as a solicitor in 1991. A family lawyer by background, she has successfully run and managed both large scale high street and virtual law firms. Christina set up the Co operative Legal Services family law offering in 2011 and then moved into the role of director of policy.
Christina now holds the role of chief operating officer at a top 100 firm, Cripps LLP and is responsible for strategic change and operational management.
Christina has an extensive record of high profile representative roles, which currently includes a public appointment as an executive member of the Family Justice Council.
Laura BOLDRINI Laura BOLDRINI Presidente della Camera dei Deputati
Maria Elena BOSCHI Maria Elena BOSCHI Sottosegretaria di Stato alla Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
Giovanni BUTTARELLI Giovanni BUTTARELLI Mr. Giovanni Buttarelli (1957) has been appointment European Data Protection Supervisor since 4 December 2014 by a joint decision of the European Parliament and the Council for a term of five years. A member of the Italian judiciary with the rank of Cassation judge, he has attended to many initiatives and committees on data protection and related issues at international level.
The experience on data protection includes the participation in many bodies at European Union level (including Art. 31 Committee of Directive n. 95/46/EC and Taiex programs), and at the Council of Europe (in particular, also as a consultant, TPD; CJPD, DHSAc, Venice Commission), as well as the contribution to many hearings, meetings and workshops held also by Parliaments and to specialized book journals and papers.
He currently teaches on privacy at the Luiss University, Rome.
Giovanni CANZIO Giovanni CANZIO Salerno, 1945. Primo Presidente della Corte Suprema di cassazione (dal 7 gennaio 2016), già Presidente della Corte di appello di Milano (2011 2015) e della Corte di appello di L’Aquila (2009 2011), e Consigliere della Corte di cassazione (1995 2009). Docente dei corsi di “Ordinamento giudiziario” e “Casi e questioni di giustizia penale” presso la Facoltà di Giurisprudenza dell’Università Cattolica di Milano. Svolge un’intensa attività in campo scientifico, quale autore di numerosi studi di diritto e procedura penale e in materia di organizzazione giudiziaria. Presidente o componente di varie Commissioni ministeriali di riforma dei codici penale e di procedura penale.
E’ coordinatore e membro di gruppi di lavoro sulla tutela dei minori nel mondo della comunicazione, sulla disinformazione in ambito di piattaforme digitali, e sulla sicurezza digitale.
E’ rappresentante del Ministero dell’Interno in seno al Nucleo sicurezza cibernetica ed al Tavolo Tecnico Cyber.