ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE LAW (DOUBLE DEGREE)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course intends to offer the knowledge of administrative justice and to improve their abilities for analyse the more interesting judgments. In particular, the students, at the end of the course, will be able: - to know the difference beetwen administrative justice and civil justice - to know the judicial actions; - to recognice the different kind of judgments; - to understand the system of appeals against judgments.
To take the exam, students must have passed the following exams: istituzioni di diritto romano, istituzioni di diritto privato, diritto costituzionale, diritto amministrativo I, diritto processuale civile.
Course contents summary
The course concerns the study of the administrative justice, in particular of the c.p.a. (L.D. n. 104/2010).
In particular, the course consists of analysis of: administrative justice; the rules to distinguish between administrative justice and civil justice; actions; the appeals system.
All students can choose one book between:
A. Travi, Lezioni di giustizia amministrativa, Giappichelli 2018;
F.G. Scoca (a cura di), Giustizia amministrativa, Giappichelli 2017
All students are required to have knowledge of c.p.a.
The course consists of two lectures per week, according to the published timetable.
The didactic activity includes the theoretical analysis of the procedural institutes with jurisprudential investigations and with illustration of practical cases.
For this purpose, educational material will be provided on the Elly platform, useful for the classroom discussion of the issues addressed.
In addition to lectures, seminars will be organised, simulations of trial and an educational visit to the Regional Administrative Court of Parma (T.A.R.).
Assessment methods and criteria
The exam is carried out in oral form with a discussion aimed at verifying the learning of the contents of the program.
The oral exam usually requires three questions and the attending students can replace one of these with the discussion of a practical case, in agreement with the professor.
The exam consists in two parts: one concerning the verification of the overall knowledge, the other aimed at probing the ability to analyse application problems; on the whole, the students must have acquired critical skills and will have to demonstrate that they are oriented in the main issues of the discipline. For this reason, frequency is strongly recommended.
The final mark, expressed in thirtieths, will be communicated immediately at the end of the test itself.
It should be noted that the prerequisites are valid according to the enrolment cohort (and, therefore, civil procedural law is a prerequisite for all students who enrolled starting from the 2014/2015 academic year).