HISTORY OF ITALIAN LAW II
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Aims: to give students a juridic culture based on the old history of law in Europe as an essential conceptual tool in the training of any legal professional.
Course contents summary
The course concerns mainly the historical building up of Italian law and its fundamental institutions during the period beginnig from French Revolution to II World War. So it will concern the criminal, civil and procedural codifications of the various italian states, the constitutions and the Unification and the postunification legislation.
At least the course will observe the law and its evolution in the others european countries and in North America, during the same age.
The aims of the cours are to explain the law's evolution and give a basic knowledge of this and to form a comparatistic mind.
G. S. PENE VIDARI, Elementi di Storia del diritto. L’età contemporanea, Torino, Giappichelli, 2010.
E. FREGOSO, Un Canone occidentale. Il diritto di proprietà tra XVIII e XIX secolo, MUP – Monte Università Parma, 2010 (capp. da I a IV e da IX a X).
Assessment methods and criteria
The examen will be on three questions, the aims of which are to probate the knowledge, the abstract reasoning and the skillfulness in the legal comparison.
Fundamental for the valutation is the use and knowledge of italian.