EUROPEAN UNION LAW
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to improve the whole regulatory and institutional framework of the EU, and the relations between EU legal sistem and the Italian law. The analysis will be carried aut starting from some general themes such as the values, objectives, competences and citizenship.
In order to take the examination in European Union Law, students must
have passed the examinations in Institutions of Private Law, Institutions
of Roman Law, Constitutional Law and International Law.
Course contents summary
The origin and development of the process of European integration.
Values and objectives of the EU. General profile of the legal system. The competences. The sources of production and decision - MaKing. External action. The protection of rights. The relationship between EU law and national law. Italy's partecipation in the integration process. European citizenship.
Roberto Adam - Antonio Tizzano, Manuale di Diritto dell'Unione Europea,
The student will have to know the topics, except for the entire Part IV
relating to Union policies (from pag. 451 to pag. 779) and chapiter two of
Part five on individual areas of external action (from pag. 821 to pag.
Assessment methods and criteria
The students' learning will be verify by refence to their autonomous skill to discuss subjects explained during the lessons. The final exam will be oral.