EUROPEAN UNION LAW
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course was designed to develop a comprehensive description of the phenomenon of the European Union and the European common market, with particular reference to the four freedoms of circulation and the rules of competition.
In order to take the examination in European Union Law, students must
have passed the examinations in Institutions of Private Law, Institutions
of Roman Law, Constitutional Law and International Law.
Course contents summary
Part I, institutional: The origins and development of the process of European integration. The institutional framework. The subdivision of responsibility between the Union and member States. European union legislation. The relationship between European Union law and internal
law: the direct effect and the primacy of European Union law. The legislative framework that protects community situations. External relations. The second and third pillars of the European Union.
Part II, special: Analysis of the legislative framework for the unrestricted circulation of goods, workers, capital and payment, the right to establish services and implement their unrestricted circulation. Rules of competition applicable to companies, and state benefits offered to companies.
For the institutional:
U. DRAETTA, Elementi di diritto dell’Unione Europea, Parte istituzionale.
Ordinamento e struttura dell’Unione Europea, V ed., Milano, Giuffrè, 2009 (pp. 385).
For the special part:
U. DRAETTA e N. PARISI (a cura di), Elementi di diritto dell’Unione Europea. Parte speciale. Il diritto sostanziale, III ed., Milano, Giuffrè, 2010 (limitatamente ai capitoli II, III, VI, VII).
Assessment methods and criteria
The students' learning will be verify by refence to their autonomous skill to discuss subjects explained during the lessons. The final exam will be oral.