Stanislaw Tosza is Associate Professor in Compliance and Law Enforcement at the University of Luxembourg, where he teaches and researches comparative and European criminal law, white-collar crime, compliance law and cyberlaw. He is also the co-Director of the Bachelor in Law programme at his university as well as the Secretary General of the International Association of Penal Law (AIDP). Before joining the University of Luxembourg, he was assistant professor at the Willem Pompe Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology at Utrecht University and previously a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Liège. As visiting researcher he spent also time at Georgetown University Law Center, D.C. (2019), Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University (2017) and Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg i.B. (2008-2010). He defended his PhD thesis on criminal liability of managers for excessive risk-taking cum laude at the Utrecht University and at the University of Luxembourg in 2016. Besides numerous articles, Stanislaw published three books – a monography: Criminal Liability of Managers in Europe. Punishing Excessive Risk (Hart 2018), a collective volume (edited with Katalin Ligeti): White Collar Crime. A Comparative Perspective (Hart 2018), and more recently a collective volume (edited with John Vervaele) Combatting Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (Springer 2022). Together with Vanessa Franssen he is preparing the "The Cambridge Handbook of Digital Evidence in Criminal Investigations" forthcoming at CUP in 2023.