Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Location: CGIS South S-216, 1730 Cambridge Street
Juan Pablo Vigliero is the Argentinian lawyer currently representing the family of Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who appeared shot dead this past January. Nisman was investigating an anti-Semitic terrorist attack in Argentina in 1994. He had recently denounced the Executive and other senior officials of concealment in this case, and was about to attend Congress to provide evidence of his claim. In his presentation, Vigliero will talk about the ongoing criminal inquiry, the possibility to seek the truth in international courts, and the derivations and effects of the case for the new government after the recent elections in Argentina. The talk will be conducted in Spanish.
Juan Pablo Vigliero, Esq., is a law professor at Universidad de Buenos Aires, specializing in criminal law, constitutional criminal law, and human rights criminal law. At the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires, he serves as the head of the Pro Bono and Public Interest Committee and is member of the Criminal Law and Criminal Proceedings Committee. He is a partner at the Argentine law firm Casal, Romero Victorica & Vigliero, specializing in criminal law, corporate criminal liability, tax fraud, and white-collar crime. He graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1992, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the same institution, while pursuing a Master’s on Global Rule of Law at the Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy, Università di Genova, Italy. He also served as clerk of a national criminal court in Buenos Aires.
Event co-organized by DRCLAS, Harvard Argentine Student Society, and Harvard Law School