FAMILY AND JUVENILE LAW
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2017/2018
YEAR OF STUDY: 1
SEMESTER: First semester
NUMBER OF CREDITS: 6
CONTACT HOURS: 36
INDIVIDUAL WORK HOURS: 114
The course aims to provide the student with an understanding of Italian familiy law, including its possible future developments.
In particular: I) Knowledge and comprehension skills. Knowledge of the fundamenta institutions of familiy law and relevant case law.II) Ability to apply knowlwdge and understanding. At the end of course, the student will be able to analyse facts and apply the appropriate law to the case presented to them. III) Making Judgement. The student will be able to use their legal knowledge to evaluate and analyse the main legal decisions in this subject. IV) Communication skills. The student will be able to speak confidently about family law.
The course aims to provide te student with the fundamentals of family law, with particular reference to the aspects and issues that arise with the subject. The following issues will therefore be examined: marriage, personal and economic relations between spouses, marriage in crisis: separation of the spouses, the dissolution of marriage. Civil partnership and de facto cohabitation in the light of L.20 May 2016, n.76
G. BONILINI, Manuale di diritto di famiglia, UTET, Torino, 2016, VII ed. (p.30 to p. 189 and from p.225 to p.442.)
In addition, the student needs to choose one of the following textbooks:
a) A. DI MAJO, Codice civile, Giuffrè, Milano, ult. ed.
b) F. BOCCHINI, Codice della famiglia e dei minori, Giuffré, Milano, ult. ed.
The course will consist of lectures (using slides) and classroom discussion with students.
The achievement of all the educational objectives ( I,II,III, IV) will be assesssed through a final oral test that will consist of answering orally at least three questions relating to the course, encompassing both the course textbooks and the lectures.
The teaching materals used in lectures will be available to the students on the Elly portal.