TAX LAW LAB - MOD. 1
Learning outcomes of the course unit
a. Knowledge and understanding: The tax law lab aims to deepen taxation themes in a strictly academic perspective, considering also their professional applications (ex. Trial in a matter of tax law)
b. applying knowledge and understanding: The tax law Lab activities are based on the maximum cooperation of the parties involved, who are, first of all, the students, but also several institutions, economic operators and professional associations.
c. making judgements: The result of these elaboarations is provided to professional associations and the agenzia delle entrate and to everybody who is interested in.
d. communication skills: Among the activities organized by the tax law lab, one of the most important is the organization of meetings and conferences in collaboration with the Department of Economics.
e. learning skills: Students acquire an independent capacity to make legal evaluations in the light of, and with the aim of, applying legislation
Advanced Knowledge of tax law
Course contents summary
The tax law lab aims to deepen taxation themes in a strictly academic perspective, considering also their professional applications (ex. Trial in a matter of tax law).
Analysis of tax law decisions.
Tax law decisions.
Theoretical and practical classroom lectures lessons with information and exercises by university teachers and specialists.
Acquiring knowledge – class lectures
Learning to apply skills – exercises and practice
Acquiring independent evaluation skills – case studies
Acquiring learning skills – description of topic and critical examination of legislation applied
Acquiring technical language – legal terminology is explained during the course
Assessment methods and criteria
The final exam consists of a written work. This work will be assessed overall on five criteria: knowledge, the ability to apply knowledge, the capacity to communicate with appropriate technical language and terminology, independence of judgment and capacity to learn. Each criterion carries a maximum of six marks, which will be added together for a the final mark. Distinction will be awarded for outstanding results.