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The General Council of the Judiciary and Yuste Foundation Are Hosting a Course on Agricultural and Livestock Law

Fifty judges, magistrates, notaries, and registrars from different parts of Spain will gather on March 12 and 13 at the “2nd Ibero-American and European Agricultural and Livestock Law Course”, organised for the second consecutive year by the General Council of the Judiciary and the European and Ibero-American Academy of Yuste Foundation. (09/03/2024)

This activity, which is part of the General Council of the Judiciary’s national training plan, aims to highlight and bring visibility to a sector that has been little explored from the perspective of legal science, especially from an international dimension.

The regime of agricultural leases, agrarian law in Ibero-America, and the system of shared ownership as a mechanism for real equality in the rural world are some of the topics that will be analysed during the two days that the congress lasts.

Among the attendees, notable figures include the president of the General Council of the Judiciary, Vicente Guilarte Gutiérrez, and the magistrate of the 2nd Chamber of the Supreme Court, Pablo Llarena Conde, who will deliver an address entitled “El delito de fraude de subvenciones”. Additionally, the head of unit of the Directorate General of Agriculture of the European Union, María Gafo Gómez-Zamalloa; the professor of Agricultural Law at the University of Verona, Leonardo Pastorino; the secretary-general of Equality and Conciliation of the Regional Government of Extremadura, María del Ara Sánchez Vera; and the secretary-general of the Jijona and Turrón de Alicante Regulatory Council of the Protected Geographical Indications and secretary of the association ORIGEN ESPAÑA, Federico Moncunill Gallo, will participate.

The course is co-directed by the president of the Superior Court of Justice of Extremadura, María Félix Tena Aragón, and the director of Yuste Foundation, Juan Carlos Moreno Piñero.

It counts with the collaboration of the Notarial College of Extremadura and the College of Registrars of Property, Mercantile, and Movable Goods of Spain.