Predictive Justice and personal injury damages: Italian French comparative remarks

#savethedate Friday 23.4.2021 17-19 CET – Predictive Justice and personal injury damages: Italian French comparative remarks.

The webinar addresses the challenges emerging within the Italian and French debates on predictive justice.

In particular, ML techniques applied to personal injury damages case-law will be discussed by scholars and judges within a multilanguage dialogue where speakers are free to intervene in Italian, French, English.

The event is hosted by the Osservatorio sul Danno alla persona, LIDER Lab ( Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and the CEDCACE, Université de Nanterre and sponsored by Predictive Justice ( and LeADS MSCA-ETN projects.


17.00 – 17.15 Introduction Algorithms and personal injury damages in Italy and France / Les algorithmes et l’indemnisation des préjudices corporels en Italie et France , Denise Amram, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna

17.15 – 18.15 Roundtable / Table Ronde
« La réparation des préjudices corporels en France » Anne Guégan , Université Paris 1 Panthèon Sorbonne
« Le projet Datajust » Thibault Douville , Université de Caen, Normandie
« The Predictive Justice project and its contribution to the Italian debate on personal injury damages »Giovanni Comandé, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
18.15 – 18.45 Discussion
Domenico Pellegrini, Tribunale di Genova – Maria Giuliana Civinini, Tribunale di Pisa
18.45 – 19.00 Conclusions
Olivier Deshayes , Université de Paris Nanterre

The seminar will be delivered online. Register in advance for this seminar