PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW (ADVANCED)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims at offering students with knowledge and understanding
of the developments in the judicial cooperation in civil matters in the
context of the “Communitarisation” of Private International Law.
Students are requested to have already passed the exam of International
Course contents summary
The purpose of the course is to study thouroughly private international
relations, furthering the basic knowledge gained by students through the
general course of International Law. Different branches of Private
International Law will be examined: specific subjects related to Italian
civil jurisdiction, to the application of private international law and to the
enforcement of foreign judgments, taking into particular consideration
the most recent developments of the cooperation in civil matters within
the European Union.
Students attending the course are expected to have already gained a
basic knowledge of Private International Law during the general course of
P. DE CESARI, Diritto internazionale privato dell’Unione europea, Torino,
Giappichelli, 2011, chapters IV, V, VI, VIII, X, XI.
Further literature will be indicated directly from the teacher, with the
opportunity to agree some variations to the program.
If the number of attending students is manageable, students will have
the opportunity to present papers, either individually or in team, on
topics selected together with the teacher.
Assessment methods and criteria