European Network for Life Sciences, Health and the Courts


ENLSC is a network of scientists, scholars and judges with the aim of improving the knowledge of how science affects law, and vice versa. The Network has also the aim to offer to European judges and Courts the most relevant and critical information on civil, criminal and administrative cases arising from the fields related to life sciences and health, such as genetics, molecular biology, bioinformatics, biotechnology (in the human and agricultural areas), medicine, epidemiology and eco-toxicology to offer scientists the opportunity to understand and debate the legal and social framework in which they operate.
ENLSC does not give solutions to problems arising from specific cases. It simply provides a learning opportunity to judges in dealing with the matters of life sciences, health and law.
Although ENLSC operates in Europe, it has a worldwide perspective and regards as a prior task the co-operation with similar organizations all over the world.


AMEDEO SANTOSUOSSO, Magistrado de Milán, Italia

CARLO ALBERTO REDI, Biólogo de la Universidad de Pavía, Italia

Artículo de Carlo Alberto Redi y Amedeo Santosuosso sobre la red European Network for Life Sciences, Health and the Courts.

Miembros españoles:

BOLADERAS, Margarita - Facultad de Filosofía, Universidad de Barcelona.

GARCIA HERNANDEZ, Javier - Magistrado de la Audiencia Provincial de Tarragona, Sección Segunda, Penal.

PIQUERAS, Mercè – International Review of Sociedad Espanola de Microbiologia – International Microbiology – Asocìaciónn Catalana de Comunicación Científica – Sociedad Catalana de la Historia de la Ciencia y de la Técnica.

ESTÉVEZ ARAUJO, José Antonio - Catedrático de Filosofía del Derecho, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Barcelona.