The course is divided into lectures (54 hours). The lessons will be held online (live, synchronus mode), through the use of the Teams Platform. Moments of interactive participation of students will be integrated into frontal lessons, through the anlysis and discussion of relevant case studies.
Students will be involved on current and relevant topics related to Constitutional and Public Comparative Law.
Assessment methods and criteria
Final assessment (vote on thirty) is conducted through oral exam. During the first semester, according to the evolution of the current Covid-19 emercency situation, the exam could be held in 'mixed-mode' (in presence but with the possibilty for the student to ask directly to the Professor to take the exam online) or online for everybody. The modality will be announced on the Esse3 Paltform before the exam date.
The knowledge and understanding will be assessed through three questions in order to test the knowledge of the theoretical concepts of comparative law.
The applying knowledge and understanding will be assessed by inviting students to discuss and analyze case studies and judgments.
The making judgements will be assessed by inviting the student to formulate personal considerations on specific case studies or judgments.
The communication skills will be assessed by evaluating the use of the technical and legal language and the ability to provide appropriate definitions.
The learning skills will be assessed by evaluating the acquired knowledge and the ability to make judgments.