Estructurando un laboratorio de interoperabilidad legal desde cero

  • Fotios Fitsilis Hellenic Parliament (Athens, Greece)
  • Anastasia Papastylianou National School of Public Administration and Local Government (Athens, Greece)
Palabras clave: interoperabilidad legal, transformación digital, informática legal, LEOS, e-gobierno, administración pública


Este artículo determina qué se necesita para crear un innovador laboratorio de interoperabilidad legal desde cero en el ámbito de la Escuela Nacional de Administración Pública y Gobierno Local de Atenas. Su alcance y objetivos son analizados críticamente; y sus módulos, debidamente ponderados. El método de aprendizaje basado en problemas se ha aplicado a un entorno educativo de aprendizaje a distancia sincrónico y asincrónico. En particular, en el contexto del laboratorio, se destaca el uso de LEOS (Legislation Editing Open Software), una herramienta de informática jurídica que se ha desarrollado como solución ISA2 en la Unión Europea. Además, se presenta la relación del laboratorio con los cursos abiertos de interoperabilidad existentes y, un poco más amplio, con el marco europeo de interoperabilidad. Asimismo, se evalúa la herramienta para uso potencial como herramienta de creación por parte de la administración pública helénica. Tanto el laboratorio como el curso han sido evaluados exhaustivamente; y sus resultados, presentados y discutidos con el fin de elaborar nuevos planes para el diseño de cursos y laboratorios de interoperabilidad adicionales.


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Biografía del autor/a

Fotios Fitsilis, Hellenic Parliament (Athens, Greece)

Dr. Fotios Fitsilis has an academic background in Law, Economics and Engineering. He has been active in a broad range of fields, from telecommunications and logistics to management and governance. After a career as a research engineer in Germany, he worked as Special Advisor for Business and Industry in the Greek Ministry of Development. Since 2007, he has been working in the Hellenic Parliament; initially as Scientific Advisor to the Speaker of the Parliament and later as Head of the Department for Scientific Documentation and Supervision in the Scientific Service. Dr. Fitsilis has led -from the position of the Resident Twinning Advisor- a highly profiled EU project to improve legislation, administrative and openness procedures in the National Assembly of Serbia. The project was successfully concluded in 2015. Dr. Fotis Fitsilis has been Visiting Professor at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, on parliamentary procedures and legislative drafting. He is a certified PRINCE2® practitioner and, in 2017, he founded the Hellenic OCR Team, a crowdsourcing initiative for the processing and analysis of parliamentary data.

Anastasia Papastylianou, National School of Public Administration and Local Government (Athens, Greece)

Anastasia Papastilianou studied Mathematics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with postgraduate studies in Statistics and Business Research. She is Research and Studies Officer at the National School for Public Administration and Local Government (ESSDA). Previously, she was Head of Documentation and Innovation of the National Center of Public Administration and Local Government (EKDDA) and coordinator of the portal. Also, she worked as ICT and studies officer at the Institute of Training (INEP) as well as a statistician at the Hellenic Statistical Authority. She has profound teaching experience in various fields such as e-Government, Statistics, ICT , Project Management and BPR. She was the project manager of EKDDA-Slidewiki-Horizon 2020 program, for OpenCousreWares and member of several ICT administrative projects.


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Fitsilis, F., & Papastylianou, A. (2022). Estructurando un laboratorio de interoperabilidad legal desde cero. Revista Política Austral, 1(1), 69-86.
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