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Labor lawyer in Rome, she carries out her professional activity in the judicial, extrajudicial and arbitration fields in labor law.…
As Cybersecurity expert, he was member of the Permanent Stakeholders' Group at the European Union Agency for Network and Information…
Donato A. Limone, professor of legal informatics, director of the National School of Digital Administration (SNAD), University of Rome, Unitelma…
Lawyer, Coordinator of the Digital & Law Department of the Law Firm Lisi. He is President of ANORC Professioni, and…
Full Professor of Computer Science, Department of Mathematics, University of Rome Tor Vergata. President of Informatics Europe, the association of…
Alessandra Smerilli, f.m.a., is an extraordinary professor of economy at the PFSE-Auxilium. He teaches "theory of cooperation and organizations with…
Full professor at the Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. He teaches "Foundations of Automation, Industrial Automation". He is responsible for…
Women’s Rights activist, author, and trainer Her documentary, Women’s Bodies, gave an account of the banal and humiliating way women…

Projects and Research

Projects and ResearchProjects and Research

Themis Center carries out research and studies in the fields of psychology, sociology, del law, criminology, health and safety at work, business security, communication.

Themis editions - italian only

Themis editions - italian onlyThemis editions - italian only

Edizioni Themis produces specialized publishing products in the fields of psychology, sociology, law, criminology, health and safety at work, security, communications.

Seminars and Workshops

Seminars and WorkshopsSeminars and Workshops

Themis Center is a partner of qualified structures for training activities and specialized seminars. Topics include: psychology, criminology, security (safety, security and cybersecurity), risk and security communication.

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