PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the end of the course students should be familiar with ways of:
understanding the different techniques of the delimitation of the application of Italian law and Italian
jurisdiction, as well as the techniques of the application of foreign law;
analyzing and correctly applying International treaties and European Union Law in private international matters.
Course contents summary
The course focuses on the analysis of private international relations, which result
from the Italian Law of 31 May 1995 n. 218, from the most important international
conventions and the law of European Union.
1) MOSCONI e CAMPIGLIO, Diritto internazionale privato e processuale. Parte
generale e obbligazioni, VII ed., UTET, Torino, 2015, cap. primo, terzo e quarto.
2) P. DE CESARI, Diritto internazionale privato dell’Unione europea,
Giappichelli, Torino, 2011, cap. primo, secondo, terzo e nono.
Some practical exercises, consisting in the analysis of Italian and foreign sentences,
Can be held during the course.
the final exam is oral.
Assessment methods and criteria
The acquired knowledge and understanding abilities and capabilities of practical application will be tested by addressing to the student at least two questions with the aim of assessing the actual knowledge of the norms and the related mechanisms of private and procedural international law.
Learning abilities will be tested by assessing the capability of using correct juridical terminology,the capability of explaining the meaning of specific expressions or concepts and of organizing coerently, adequately and in a reasoned manner the acquired notions.