From school closures to travel restrictions to mandatory vaccination. Restrictions and regulations on which the debate has been heated in the last two years, with the explosion of legal and judicial disputes.
This is the starting point of the "Covid19 Litigation Project", coordinated by the University of Trento: the first open-access database that helps judges around the world to assess the legitimacy of the decisions of States on fundamental rights and pandemic. The team is coordinated by Paola Iamiceli, professor of Private Law, who is about twenty researchers only in Trento and then scholars and judges all over the world.
To compare issues that have been on the table for months, with different answers in different countries, from the decisions of the High Court of Kenya, to the courts of Slovenia, up to the legal answers given in the United States. Cases from all over the world - at the moment more than 500 - will be put on the web, in a database accessible to all.