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Unit CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
A000099
Curriculum
In all curricula
CFU
12
Course Regulation
Coorte 2018
Offered
2018/19
Type of study-unit
Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa integrata

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I MOD.

Code A000100
CFU 6
Learning activities Base
Area Costituzionalistico
Sector IUS/08
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)

Cognomi A-L

CFU
6
Teacher
Luisa Cassetti
Teachers
  • Luisa Cassetti - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Luisa Cassetti
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The course aims to explain Italian Constitutional Law in historical perspective, the Evolution of italian Constitutionalism in the Framework of the EU and international Law, the Protection of Human Rights among Constitution and supra-national guarantees and the Evolution of italian Regionalism.
Reference texts
- F. Modugno (a cura di) , Diritto pubblico, G.Giappichelli, updated edition OR-R.Bin e G.Pitruzzella, Diritto costituzionale , G.Giappichelli, updated editionFor the study of the updatet Constitution and the most relevant laws concerning public/constitutional law, students can use, f.ex.:- M.Bassani et alt., Leggi fondamentali del diritto pubblico e costituzionale, Milano, Giuffrè, updated edition
Educational objectives
Constitutional law aims to introduce the students into the basic knowledge of public law, constitutional justice, fundamental rights and sources of law. Students will be able to analyze the relationships between democratic institutions and society.
Prerequisites
The study of Constitutional law needs a good level of general knowledge, that includes the historical background of italian democratic institutions and the evolution of EU integration process.
Teaching methods
Lessons face-to-face and Seminars/Focus based on the study of selected case-law .A selection of constitutional jurisprudence and normative materials are available at the blog: www.luisacassetti.it
Other information
The Consulting calendar/hours of prof.sa Luisa Cassetti and her Assistants (dr.sa A.Silvia Bruno, Researcher in Public Law and dr.sa Sabrina Vannuccini, PhD in Public/ International law) is available on line at the web site of the Department of Law (www.giurisprudenza.unipg.it ) . For informations about the Degree Thesis, students can ask to the Professor during her consulting hours or ask her for an appointment by e-mail ( HYPERLINK "mail to: luisa.cassetti@unipg.it"
Learning verification modality
Oral exam. The aim of the oral exam is verify the level of learning and the ability of the student to reasoning.
Extended program
The course of Constitutional law (12 CFU) is organized into two Semesters.During the I semester the lessons will cover the following issues :Constitutional Law and the Rule of law.Constitutions and Constitutionalism.Division of powers.Historical backgrounds of the Republican Constitution (1948). Italy in Europe: history and development of the EU integration.Sovereignty and Autonomies. Regional and federal powers: the Constitutional Reforms (Const.Law n.1/1999 and Const. Law n.3/2001). Form of Government. The Parliament and the Role of Political parties. Populism and EU crisis. The revision of the Constitution. Government and public administration. The role of the President of the Italian Republic.The organization and the role of the jurisdictions.

Cognomi M-Z

CFU
6
Teacher
Carlo Calvieri
Teachers
  • Carlo Calvieri - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Carlo Calvieri
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The program is divided into two semester modules.
The first will concern the methodological premises of approach to the study of public and constitutional law.the study of legal phenomenon,the Forms State and Government,Italian constitutional and supranational organization and principles governing the territorial autonomies. The judiciary
In the second half of the year will address the study of sources of the judgment before the Constitutional Court and the freedom.
Reference texts
R. Bin G. Pitruzzella Constitutional Law; last edition; in option
P. Caretti, U. De Siervo Public and constitutional law; last edition; in option
A. Pisaneschi, Constitutional law, last edition
Educational objectives
Knowledge of the principles and institutions of the Italian constitutional law, in particular the system of sources of law (State, regional and European), the theory of forms of Government, constitutional organization of the State, instruments of guarantee of fundamental rights and constitutional jurisprudence.
Prerequisites
It is recommended that a good education on the history of Italy and Europe after the second world war
Teaching methods
The lessons revolve on the course topics and will be subject to examination and discussion of case law or news context useful to understanding the topic
Other information
The Office hours of the lesson takes place in accordance with the academic calendar
Learning verification modality
There is a mid-term written test and a final oral exam
Extended program
The program is divided into two semester modules.
The first will concern the methodological premises of approach to the study of public and constitutional law.the study of legal phenomenon,the Forms State and Government,Italian constitutional and supranational organization and principles governing the territorial autonomies. The judiciary
In the second half of the year will address the study of sources of the judgment before the Constitutional Court and the freedom.

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II MOD.

Code A000101
CFU 6
Learning activities Base
Area Costituzionalistico
Sector IUS/08
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)

Cognomi A-L

CFU
6
Teacher
Luisa Cassetti
Teachers
  • Luisa Cassetti - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Luisa Cassetti
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The Course aims to explain italian Constitutional Law in historical perspective, the Evolution of italian Constitutionalism in the framework of the EU integration and international Law, the Protection of Human Rights among Constitution and supra-national guarantees and the Evolution of italian Regionalism.
Reference texts
- F. Modugno (a cura di) , Diritto pubblico, G.Giappichelli, updated ed.OR-R.Bin e G.Pitruzzella, Diritto costituzionale , G.Giappichelli, updated ed.For the study of the updated Constitution and the most relevant laws concerning public/constitutional law , students can use, f.e.:- M.Bassani et alt., Leggi fondamentali del diritto pubblico e costituzionale, Milano, Giuffrè, updated ed.
Educational objectives
Constitutional law aims to introduce the students into the basic knowledge of public law, constitutional justice, fundamental rights and sources of law. Students will be able to analyze the relationships between democratic institutions and society.
Prerequisites
The study of Constitutional law needs a good level of general knowledge, that includes the historical background of italian democratic institutions and the evolution of EU integration process.
Teaching methods
Lessons face-to-face and Seminars/Focus based on the study of selected Case-law .A selection of constitutional jurisprudence and normative materials are available at the blog: www.luisacassetti.it
Other information
The Consulting calendar/hours of prof.sa Luisa Cassetti and her Assistants (dr.sa A.Silvia Bruno, Researcher in Public Law and dr.sa Sabrina Vannuccini, PhD in Public/ International law) is available on line at the web site of the Department of Law (www.giurisprudenza.unipg.it ) . For the Degree Thesis, students can ask for informations to the Professor during her consulting hours or can ask her for an appointment by e-mail (luisa.cassetti@unipg.it )
Learning verification modality
Oral exam. The aim of the oral exam is verify the level of learning and the ability of the student to reasoning.
Extended program
The course of Constitutional law (12 CFU) is organized into two Semesters.During the II semester the lesson will cover the following issues: Constitutional Justice: italian Constitutional Court and the organization of Judicial power.The EU integration process and the evolution of the relationships between domestic primary law and EU law. Rights and Duties. The multilevel protection of fundamental rights in the “prisma” of constitutional and supranational justice.Sources of law. The Constitution (1948) and the other constitutional laws. Primary sources. Secondary sources and regulation.Regional law. Customary Law. Atypical sources and reinforced laws. The System of legal sources: criterion to solve antinomies.

Cognomi M-Z

CFU
6
Teacher
Teachers
  • Luciana Pesole - Didattica Ufficiale (Codocenza)
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale (Codocenza) - Luciana Pesole
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The Course aims to explain italian Constitutional Law in historical perspective, the Evolution of italian Constitutionalism in the framework of the EU integration and international Law, the Protection of Human Rights among Constitution and supra-national guarantees and the Evolution of italian Regionalism.
Reference texts
- F. Modugno (a cura di) , Diritto pubblico, G.Giappichelli, updated ed.OR-R.Bin e G.Pitruzzella, Diritto costituzionale , G.Giappichelli, updated ed.For the study of the updated Constitution and the most relevant laws concerning public/constitutional law , students can use, f.e.:- M.Bassani et alt., Leggi fondamentali del diritto pubblico e costituzionale, Milano, Giuffrè, updated ed.
Educational objectives
Constitutional law aims to introduce the students into the basic knowledge of public law, constitutional justice, fundamental rights and sources of law. Students will be able to analyze the relationships between democratic institutions and society.
Prerequisites
The study of Constitutional law needs a good level of general knowledge, that includes the historical background of italian democratic institutions and the evolution of EU integration process.
Teaching methods
Lessons face-to-face and Seminars/Focus based on the study of selected Case-law .A selection of constitutional jurisprudence and normative materials are available at the blog: www.luisacassetti.it
Other information
The Consulting calendar/hours of prof.sa Luisa Cassetti and her Assistants (dr.sa A.Silvia Bruno, Researcher in Public Law and dr.sa Sabrina Vannuccini, PhD in Public/ International law) is available on line at the web site of the Department of Law (www.giurisprudenza.unipg.it ) . For the Degree Thesis, students can ask for informations to the Professor during her consulting hours or can ask her for an appointment by e-mail (luisa.cassetti@unipg.it )
Learning verification modality
Oral exam. The aim of the oral exam is verify the level of learning and the ability of the student to reasoning.
Extended program
The course of Constitutional law (12 CFU) is organized into two Semesters.During the II semester the lesson will cover the following issues: Constitutional Justice: italian Constitutional Court and the organization of Judicial power.The EU integration process and the evolution of the relationships between domestic primary law and EU law. Rights and Duties. The multilevel protection of fundamental rights in the “prisma” of constitutional and supranational justice.Sources of law. The Constitution (1948) and the other constitutional laws. Primary sources. Secondary sources and regulation.Regional law. Customary Law. Atypical sources and reinforced laws. The System of legal sources: criterion to solve antinomies.
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