Laurea magistrale ciclo unico 5 anni in Giurisprudenza

Academic program

Course ID Course Teachers SSD Curriculum Site CFU Year
GM049 BASICS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE VIGANO' Sabrina, CIOCCA Giovanni NN All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 3 1
GM015 Constitutional law TRIPODINA Chiara, CAVINO Massimo IUS/08 All NOVARA, ALESSANDRIA 12 1
GM044 Economics NOVARESE Marco, LOTITO Gianna SECS-P/01 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 1
GM045 Filosophy of law REVELLI Marco, VOGLIOTTI Massimo, FERRARI Alessandro IUS/20 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 1
GM052 LINGUA INGLESE I IRVING-BELL Colin Stephen, SINGER Steven Louis NN All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 3 1
GM063 Medieval and modern legal history AIMERITO Francesco, GORIA Federico Alessandro IUS/19 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 1
GM050 Private law MIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo, LA PORTA Ubaldo IUS/01 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 1
GM051 Private roman law ARCES Pierfrancesco, LIGIOS Maria Antonietta IUS/18 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 1
GM004 Administrative Law I LOMBARDI Roberta, BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio, MAMELI Barbara IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 2
GM009 Civil law LA PORTA Ubaldo, PES Luca Giuseppe IUS/01 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 2
GM011 Commercial law BARCELLONA Eugenio, SPIOTTA Marina, MONTEVERDE Alessandro, FREGONARA Elena IUS/04 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 2
GM061 Comparative law GRANDE Elisabetta, GARDELLA Bianca IUS/02 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 2
GM075 Criminal law PETRINI Davide, RIVERDITI Maurizio, TRUCANO Andrea, PICCATTI Elena Emma, PEZONE Gianfranco IUS/17 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 12 2
GM017 European union law RUBINO Vito IUS/14 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 2
GM053 LINGUA INGLESE II IRVING-BELL Colin Stephen NN All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 3 2
GM071 Advanced criminal procedure PIATTOLI Barbara IUS/16 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM072 Advanced labour law SANTINI Fabrizia IUS/07 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM008 Canon law MAZZOLA Roberto IUS/11 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM010 Civil law (property) MIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo IUS/01 All ALESSANDRIA 9 3
GM206 Civil procedure CANALE Guido, BERTOLINO Giulia Paola Elena, FERRARIS Federico, VILLA Alberto IUS/15 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 15 3
GM140 Comunication skills NOVARESE Marco, PASSALACQUA Elena NN All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
G0100 Criminology SCARSCELLI Daniele IUS/17 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GI0009 DIRITTO INTERCULTURALE MAZZOLA Roberto IUS/11 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM022 DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE COSCIA Giuseppe, ROSSI Piercarlo IUS/13 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 9 3
GM035 DIRITTO PUBBLICO ECONOMIA BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GI0006 Diritto dello sport LOMBARDI Roberta IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GI0012 ECONOMIA COGNITIVA E SPERIMENTALE NOVARESE Marco SECS-P/01 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM003 Environmental law VIPIANA Piera, BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM184 European labour law SANTINI Fabrizia IUS/07 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GI0010 European law and religion MAZZOLA Roberto, ANGELUCCI Antonio IUS/11 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GI0011 GARANZIE DEI DIRITTI FONDAMENTALI TRIPODINA Chiara IUS/09 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM048 GIUSTIZIA COSTITUZIONALE LUTHER Jorg IUS/08 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM066 History of economic thought SPADA Anna SECS-P/04 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM065 History of roman law ARCES Pierfrancesco, LIGIOS Maria Antonietta IUS/18 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM179 INTRODUZIONE ALL'INFORMATICA GIURIDICA IUS/20 All 6 3
GM021 International law RUBINO Vito IUS/13 All 9 3
GM014 Jus commune AIMERITO Francesco IUS/19 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM043 Law and economics CLERICO Giuseppe SECS-P/03 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM018 Law and religions MAZZOLA Roberto IUS/11 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM067 Legal theory VOGLIOTTI Massimo, SARDO Alessio IUS/20 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM046 Methods of historical and legal research IUS/19 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM058 POLITICA ECONOMICA E GLOBALIZZAZIONE CLERICO Giuseppe SECS-P/02 All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GM057 POLITICA ECONOMICA E GLOBALIZZAZIONE (MACROECON./SC. POL.) CASSONE Alberto SECS-P/02 All 6 3
GM036 Regional law GENINATTI SATE' Luca, CAVINO Massimo IUS/08 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM037 Roman law ARCES Pierfrancesco, LIGIOS Maria Antonietta IUS/18 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM203 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/04 BARCELLONA Eugenio, RIZZELLO Salvatore, IRRERA Maurizio, ZOCCHI Paola IUS/04 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM196 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08 LOMBARDI Roberta, CENTRONE Francesca, CAVINO Massimo IUS/08 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM197 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10 VIPIANA Piera, PACCHIANA PARRAVICINI Giovanna IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM208 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20 REVELLI Marco IUS/20 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 3
GM199 SEMINARIO DEL III ANNO NN All 6 3
GM142 STAGE UFFICI GIUDIZIARI NN All ALESSANDRIA 6 3
GI0007 Seminario 1 IUS/01 All 6 3
GI0008 Seminario 2 GARDELLA Bianca IUS/01 All 6 3
GM005 Administrative law II VIPIANA Piera IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA 9 4
GM025 Advanced criminal law PETRINI Davide, VIGLINO Marco IUS/17 All ALESSANDRIA 9 4
GI0013 CRIMINOLOGIA INVESTIGATIVA SCARSCELLI Daniele IUS/17 All ALESSANDRIA 6 4
GM010 Civil law (property) MIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo IUS/01 All ALESSANDRIA 9 4
GM207 Criminal procedure PIATTOLI Barbara, ADRIATICI Massimo IUS/16 All ALESSANDRIA 15 4
GM100 DIRITTO PROCESSUALE PENALE EUROPEO PIATTOLI Barbara IUS/16 All ALESSANDRIA 6 4
GM042 ECONOMIA COGNITIVA E SPERIMENTALE NOVARESE Marco SECS-P/01 All ALESSANDRIA 6 4
GM016 Labour law SANTINI Fabrizia IUS/07 All ALESSANDRIA 12 4
GM196 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08 LOMBARDI Roberta IUS/08 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 4
GM197 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10 VIPIANA Piera IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 4
GM202 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/11 MAZZOLA Roberto IUS/11 All NOVARA, ALESSANDRIA 6 4
GM208 SEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20 REVELLI Marco IUS/20 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 4
GM141 TIROCINIO, STAGE O ESPERIENZE LAVORATIVE NN All ALESSANDRIA 3 4
GM038 Tax law SUCCIO Roberto IUS/12 All 6 4
GM133 Advanced course on company law BARCELLONA Eugenio IUS/04 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 5
GM025 Advanced criminal law PETRINI Davide, VIGLINO Marco IUS/17 All ALESSANDRIA 9 5
GM071 Advanced criminal procedure PIATTOLI Barbara IUS/16 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GM072 Advanced labour law SANTINI Fabrizia IUS/07 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GM019 Bankruptcy law AMBROSINI Stefano IUS/15 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 5
GM010 Civil law (property) MIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo IUS/01 All ALESSANDRIA 9 5
GM026 Comparative private law SERAFINO Andrea, LUTHER Jorg IUS/02 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 5
GM034 Comparative public law CAVINO Massimo IUS/21 All 6 5
GM020 DIRITTO INDUSTRIALE SAPPA Cristiana IUS/04 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 5
GI0005 DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE COSCIA Giuseppe IUS/13 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GI0002 Diritto degli enti locali VIPIANA Piera IUS/10 All 6 5
GM003 Environmental law VIPIANA Piera, BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio IUS/10 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GM184 European labour law SANTINI Fabrizia IUS/07 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GM132 Family law MIGLIASSO Davide IUS/01 All 6 5
GM099 Health care law BALDUZZI Renato IUS/08 All 6 5
GM064 History of modern and contemporary law GORIA Federico Alessandro IUS/19 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GM065 History of roman law ARCES Pierfrancesco IUS/18 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 5
GI0004 International law IUS/13 All 6 5
GM043 Law and economics CLERICO Giuseppe SECS-P/03 All ALESSANDRIA 6 5
GM046 Methods of historical and legal research MONGIANO Elisa IUS/19 All 6 5
GM060 Public finance CLERICO Giuseppe SECS-P/03 All ALESSANDRIA, NOVARA 6 5
GM074 TESI DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE PROFIN_S All 18 5
GM141 TIROCINIO, STAGE O ESPERIENZE LAVORATIVE NN All 3 5
GM039 Urban planning VIPIANA Piera IUS/10 All 6 5
CourseBASICS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Course IDGM049
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIGANO' Sabrina
TeachersVIGANO' Sabrina, CIOCCA Giovanni
CFU3
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
Sites and/or partitions
ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseBASICS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIGANO' Sabrina
TeachersVIGANO' Sabrina
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course provides the knowledge and skills for the use of basic information technology with a focus on application consistent with the professional profile of the degree program.
Reference textsDennis P. Curtin e altri, Informatica di base, McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 9788838615375
Teaching targetsLearning the skills needed for effective use of the PC and the main application; ability to make use of IT tools for the management of communication and information in general.
Didattics MethodsLessons, practical exercises. Recommended attendance
Grading rulesWritten / practical exam
Full argumentsComputer architecture: CPU, peripherals, memories, performance Operating system Informative system Application software, word processing and spreadsheets Networking Internet and services Cloud computing IT security Digital identity, electronic signatures, Pec
Course borrowed toSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0142 IDONEITA' INFORMATICA - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseBASICS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCIOCCA Giovanni
TeachersCIOCCA Giovanni
Year1
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
Reference textsApogeo – ECDL The manual-Syllabus 5.0 (Windows 7 – Office 2010) or any other similar text
Teaching targetsTo supply to the students the basic concepts necessary to a use conscious and corrected of Windows 7, Internet, e-mail, videowriting (Word 2013), calculation sheet (Excel 2013) 4- Knowledge and expected competences (at the end of the teaching): To be able to search for documents or images in net, write and correct a text in word, correlate data to Excel, send a mail with attachments 5- Preparatory teaching to: None 6- Program of the teaching: Forms 1,2,3,4,7 of ECDL program
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics MethodsSynthetic slides used in the lessons, little manuals, examples of sheets of calculation, texts of examination of the preceding courses
Grading rules(Ability and competences to be verified, articulation and duration of the proofs of evaluation): To reply to 10 questions (to multiple or open answer) in 10 minutes. To unwind the word exercises and excel provosts. To send via e-mail the results to the teacher (Time allowed for the practical proof 50 minutes).
Full argumentsComputer basics: how is made a personal computer and how it works. Operating systems and Windows 7. Software and hardware management. Types of software. Lan architecture and utility. Internet. E-mail. PC safety. Wordprocessor: Microsoft Word 2013, features and functionality. Spreadsheet: Microsoft Excel 2013, features and functionality

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CourseConstitutional law
Course IDGM015
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTRIPODINA Chiara
TeachersCAVINO Massimo, TRIPODINA Chiara
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)88
Individual study time 212
SSDIUS/08 - DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
NOVARA
ALESSANDRIA

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CourseConstitutional law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAVINO Massimo
TeachersCAVINO Massimo
Year1
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims at giving basic competences concerning general theory of law and state about Italian constitutional order, also considered in a supranational contest.
Reference textsM. Cavino, L. Conte, Il diritto pubblico e la sua economia, Maggioli editore, Ult. ed.
Teaching targetsAchievement of an adequate knowledge of the Italian constitutional law. In particular, the course provides knowledge and understanding skills, relating to the basic concepts of public law and notions, concepts and institutions of the Italian constitutional law, alongside an initial capacity to apply these knowledge and understanding skills to simple case studies.
Prerequisitesnothing
Didattics MethodsThe course will be provided in blended learning, with both frontal lessons and online materials. These online materials will support traditional handbooks. Online materials will be made known at the beginning of the course following a precise time-table.
Other informationsAt the end of the course the student will acquire: - the knowledge of some basic concepts of public law and constitutional (validity / invalidity, legitimacy / illegitimacy, effectiveness, repeal, retroactivity, power, function, subjective legal situation, bodies, offices, State, Constitution); - the knowledge of the essential aspects of the Italian constitutional law (in relation to the sources of right, the organization and functions of the state, fundamental rights, constitutional justice), through the study of the Constitution and of the most important laws on constitutional matters; - the ability to use proper legal fundamental terminology; - the ability to make the necessary connections between the different parts of the subjects of the course. - the ability to use the acquired tools consciously and critically.
Grading rulesWritten examination (two open-ended questions)
Full argumentshe course will deal with the following themes: a) basic concepts of constitutional law and constitutionalism. Law, political power, State, Constitution; b) the system of sources of law; in particular the criteria for the solution of contradictions, interpretation of normative texts, the different sources of Italian law, the Italian legal system within the European framework; c) the form of State and form of Government. The constitutional bodies: Parliement, Government, President of the Republic. d) the Regions and the local territorial bodies; e) constitutional rights: rights of liberty, rights of participation and rights of equality; f) constitutional justice and jurisdictional guarantee of rights;

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CourseConstitutional law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTRIPODINA Chiara
TeachersTRIPODINA Chiara
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course is annual and consists of a Institutional part (66 hours) and a seminar part (22 hours): INSTITUTIONAL PART - I: Constitutional story and conceptions of constitution – II: forms of state and government – III: Sources of law – IV: Fundamental rights and constitutional duties SEMINAR PART: monographic seminar of constitutional law and constitutional history
Reference textsItalian Constitution’s text. M. DOGLIANI, I. MASSA PINTO, Elementi di diritto costituzionale, Torino, Giappichelli, 2015 (capitolo I Parte I, capitolo IV, capitolo V sono solo da leggere). Oppure T. MARTINES, Diritto costituzionale, Milano, Giuffrè, ult. ed. For the monographic seminar, the texts will be suggested in class.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to offer students the fundamentals of italian constitutional law, with constant references to the history and current events of the Italian political and constitutional life.
PrerequisitesThere is no prerequisites.
Didattics MethodsFor the institutional part, there will be lectures: class attendance is strongly recommended and permits, to the students attending the lectures, to be able to take the exam since the winter appeals (for others, the course is annual and the exam can only be taken since the summer appeals). It is recommended depth study of the manual and constitution, the reading of the daily press, the reading of the laws and judgments given in class. For the seminar part, they will be held a series of meetings with external teachers, and will be indicated in class readings, even if not strictly legal (even novels).
Other informationsThere will be tutoring The teacher is always available for any clarification.
Grading rulesThe exam is written (open questions), with the possibility (up to 24/30) access to an oral examination. The seminar part will conclude with a report by the student.
Full argumentsConstitutional Law The course is annual and consists of a Institutional part (66 hours) and a seminar part (22 hours): INSTITUTIONAL PART - I: Constitutional story and conceptions of constitution – II: Forms of state and government – III: Sources of law – IV: Fundamental rights and constitutional duties SEMINAR PART: monographic seminar of constitutional law and constitutional history

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CourseEconomics
Course IDGM044
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco, LOTITO Gianna
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseEconomics
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractRationality and economics Consumers, workers and firms The State and the Market Different types of market structures Market failures Macroeconomics – the main concepts
Reference texts“Economia e Scienze Economiche”, handouts by M. Novarese (A.A. 2016/2017)” This material can be downloaded from the DIR web-site of the course.
Teaching targetsAim of the course is to make students: understand the difference between models and reality and the functioning of the scientific method in the social sciences; understand the main research streams in the contemporary economics debate; develop the ability to think using the main economic concepts (applying cost-benefit analysis to basic economic problems, understanding its meaning and limits; developing a critical approach to the economic problems); understand the debate on human motivations; understand the main idea on the functioning of markets, mainly from a microeconomic point of view.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsStandard classroom teaching
Other informationsOn line quizzes
Grading rulesThe exam is based on a computerized test and can be divided in two parts. Exercises and practice tests are available on DIR. Multiple choice test with 34 questions
Full argumentsEconomic reasoning and the instruments of economic analysis The different approaches to economic science Consumption Firms, production and supply Markets: perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly The markets of the factors of production: labour and capital The market and the state Market failures Economics of information The GDP The national accountancy Money Inflation Aggregate demand and supply Comparative advantage and international trade Employment and unemployment The economic cycle Economic growth
Course borrowed fromECONOMIA AZIENDALE (1420) - EC0038 ECONOMIA POLITICA - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseEconomics
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersLOTITO Gianna, NOVARESE Marco
Year1
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractRationality and economics Consumers, workers and firms The State and the Market Different types of market structures Market failures Macroeconomics – the main concepts
Reference texts“Economia e Scienze Economiche”, handouts by M. Novarese (A.A. 2016/2017)” This material can be downloaded from the DIR web-site of the course.
Teaching targetsAim of the course is to make students: understand the difference between models and reality and the functioning of the scientific method in the social sciences; understand the main research streams in the contemporary economics debate; develop the ability to think using the main economic concepts (applying cost-benefit analysis to basic economic problems, understanding its meaning and limits; developing a critical approach to the economic problems); understand the debate on human motivations; understand the main idea on the functioning of markets, mainly from a microeconomic point of view.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsStandard classroom teaching
Other informationsOn line quizzes
Grading rulesThe exam is based on a computerized test and can be divided in two parts. Exercises and practice tests are available on DIR. Multiple choice test with 34 questions
Full argumentsEconomic reasoning and the instruments of economic analysis The different approaches to economic science Consumption Firms, production and supply Markets: perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly The markets of the factors of production: labour and capital The market and the state Market failures Economics of information The GDP The national accountancy Money Inflation Aggregate demand and supply Comparative advantage and international trade Employment and unemployment The economic cycle Economic growth
Course borrowed fromPROMOZIONE E GESTIONE DEL TURISMO (1422) - EC0038 ECONOMIA POLITICA - NOVARA

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CourseFilosophy of law
Course IDGM045
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderREVELLI Marco
TeachersVOGLIOTTI Massimo, FERRARI Alessandro
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/20 - FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseFilosophy of law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVOGLIOTTI Massimo
TeachersVOGLIOTTI Massimo
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe aim of the course is to answer these two fundamental questions: “What is the law?”, “Which is the nature of legal knowledge?”.
Reference textsFor attending students: M. Vogliotti, Tra fatto e diritto. Oltre la modernità giuridica, Giappichelli, 2007 (except for Chapter IV). Also reading theese books is highly recommended: M. Barberis, Breve storia della filosofia del diritto, Il Mulino, 2004 (Chapters: I, §§ 1.2-1.5; II, §§ 2.2-2.5; III and IV; V, 5.2-5.4) and P. Grossi, Prima lezione di diritto, Laterza, 2003. A reader will be provided during class. For not attending: M. Barberis, Breve storia della filosofia del diritto, Il Mulino, 2004 (Chapters: I; II, §§ 2.2 and 2.5; III and IV), P. Grossi, Prima lezione di diritto, Laterza, 2003, M. Vogliotti, Tra fatto e diritto. Oltre la modernità giuridica, Giappichelli, 2007 (except for Chapter IV), M. Vogliotti, La fine del grande stile e la ricerca di una nuova identità per la scienza giuridica, in V. Barsotti (eds), L’identità delle scienze giuridiche in ordinamenti multilivello, Quaderni del Dottorato fiorentino in scienze giuridiche, Santarcangelo di Romagna, Maggioli, 2014, 95-171 and G. Zagrebelsky, La virtù del dubbio, Laterza, 2007.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to introduce first year students to the complexity of the law, not as a mere system of norms, but as an historically determined interpretative social practice.
PrerequisitesNo
Didattics MethodsLecture style and socratic method
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsThe aim of the course is to answer these two fundamental questions: “What is the law?”, “Which is the nature of legal knowledge?”. The law will be presented not as a “thing”, a “substance” (law as a system of norms), but like an interpretative practice, a relation between law ex parte potestatis (the positive law) and law ex parte societatis (the fundamental values of society, its ethos). This second dimension of law (traditionally represented by the category of natural law) was lost by the modern positivism and will be recovered after the Second World War and the totalitarian regimes with the Constitutions and the judicial review. This transformation of the ontology of law was the consequence of the modern epistemology break (the modern legal thinking rejected the ancient, Aristotelian, method of practical reason for the method of theoretical reason, considered stronger and more certain). The thesis is that this epistemology break is the origin of a paradoxical process of weakening of the law that will result in the nihilistic diagnosis

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CourseFilosophy of law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFERRARI Alessandro
TeachersFERRARI Alessandro
Year1
SiteNOVARA

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CourseLINGUA INGLESE I
Course IDGM052
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen, SINGER Steven Louis
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)50
Individual study time 25
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseLINGUA INGLESE I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
Abstractall the grammar required for B2 level ie all the tences, passives, direct/indirect speech, frasal verbs etc.
Reference textsThere will no course book as material be used from a number of different sources. The market is awash with course books and grammars. Recommended: Intermediate level – English Grammar in Use ( Italian or English version) by Raymond Murphy – CUP. Advanced level – Advanced Language Practice by Michael Vince – Macmillan. www.flo-joe.co.uk is a useful website for exercises at B1 ( PET) & B2 (FCE) levels.
Teaching targetsThe main aim of the course is to fill the gap between a student’s level of English on leaving school and where he/she needs to be for studying law. The course assumes students will have a basic but very low level of English and the aim of the course is to help the student, as far as is possible within the 30 hours, to go from basic English to around a B2 level (Common European Framework –Cfr) . To make this transition, students will be expected to put in as much time, and do as much private studying as they need , to achieve this level of competence. It cannot be achieved just by attendance in class. Basic tenses will be taught with exercises, and other main aspects of grammar covered and students will do some listening comprehension exercises. This will be an accelerated language learning experience from which students will get out as much as they put in. The Department positively encourages students to take external examinations (such as the Cambridge exams ,TOEFL and IELTS) for their own value. They play a vital role in a student’s armoury for future job opportunities. Advice and assistance in enrolling and taking these exams is available at any time. B2 – First Certificate of English (FCE), Business English Course – Vantage. C1 – Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), Business English Course (Higher). B2/C1 - International Legal English Course (ILEC), International English Language Testing System ( IELTS ) and TOEFL.
PrerequisitesB1
Didattics MethodsFrontal Lessons.
Other informationsCourse written by CIB – use of computer, web sites, cd/dvd’s.
Grading rulesStudents who have passed any of the ALTE exams at B2 level or above or IELTS at 6.0 are exempt from this course and will automatically be given 4 credits. The exam is Pass/ fail with an oral component for those students who narrowly do not pass, in which case consideration for active participation in class during the course will also be taken into account. The exam will consist of TWO parts – a Listening Section consisting of two passages and a Grammar Section (one hour) with a variety of questions using multiple choice and gap filling exercises.
Full argumentsall the grammar required for B2 level ie all the tences, passives, direct/indirect speech, frasal verbs etc.

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CourseLINGUA INGLESE I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINGER Steven Louis
TeachersSINGER Steven Louis
Year1
SiteNOVARA
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CourseLINGUA INGLESE I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINGER Steven Louis
TeachersSINGER Steven Louis
Year1
PartitionCognomi A-L
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractTeaching is split in two “A” and “B” classes. The student must demonstrate an acquired knowledge of various grammatical functions, including written and listening comprehension, the interrogative form, pronouns, the comparative and superlative form, gerund and infinitive usage, prepositions, the past participle, active and passive forms, irregular verbs, the tense system and more.
Reference textsEnglish File Digital Pre-intermediate Student’s Book & Workbook “Student’s Pack” third edition Christina Latham-Koenig, Clive Oxenden, Paul Seligson Oxford English Publication ISBN 978 0 19 450148 4 The Good Grammar Book For Italian Students Michael Swan, Catherine Walker, Daniela Bertocchi Oxford English Publication ISBN 978 0 19 442255 0
Teaching targetsOffered in the first semester, the English course is at a B1/B2 level of the European Council's Common European Framework of Reference for the English language. As such, the course is designed to familiarize students with vocabulary, grammar and syntax with emphasis on the four primary language skills: reading, speaking, listening and writing. The course seeks to provide students with true hands-on skills that can be applied in their future career paths.
PrerequisitesStudents are expected to have some minimum knowledge of English vocabulary, verbs and grammar upon entering the course. All students can benefit from the free self-instructed course offered by the DiSEI available in the computer laboratory to improve language skills. All students in possession of a B2 English certificate recognized at an international level can request the conversion of course credits based on this qualification. The conversion will in turn be assessed and left to the discretion of the course instructor. Students can download the form, to be filled out and given to the course instructor, at the following web address: http://www.oldeco.unipmn.it/pdf-2011/2013/certificazione%20di%20inglese.pdf
Didattics MethodsGrammar and collocation will be reviewed and more complex forms will be dealt with during the courses. Special emphasis will be given to grammar and language usage. Reading comprehension plays a fundamental role, with some listening alongside grammar exercises which test student’s knowledge of the forms taught, with special emphasis on exercises and translations to help consolidate English usage.
Other informationsAttendance is not compulsory but extremely useful and highly recommended. Those who intend to attend lessons are requested to show consistence in being present at lessons. Following the course with necessary course material is an absolute must and there is very little tolerance for those who do not produce the necessary materials.
Grading rulesThe exam is in written form and concentrates on different topics discussed and assigned in class from material in the students’ course book and grammar book as well as on hand-outs and materials provided in class. See “Content of the courses” above for additional information. Students can sit the English exam not more than three times during the academic school year. More information regarding examination guidelines can be found at the following link: http://www.unipmn.it/Informazioni%20su/Ateneo/Normativa/Regoalmento%20Didattico/Ordinamento%20270_04%20(aggiornato/DR_RDA_PG_270.pdf). Exams for Economia Aziendale and Giurisprudenza, if passed, give way to a pass mark for the course. A mark out of thirty is assigned for the Promozione e Gestione del Turismo course. For further information, it is recommended to contact the course instructor.
Course borrowed fromPROMOZIONE E GESTIONE DEL TURISMO (1422) - E0250 INGLESE - NOVARA

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CourseLINGUA INGLESE I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINGER Steven Louis
TeachersSINGER Steven Louis
Year1
PartitionCognomi M-Z
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractTeaching is split in two “A” and “B” classes. The student must demonstrate an acquired knowledge of various grammatical functions, including written and listening comprehension, the interrogative form, pronouns, the comparative and superlative form, gerund and infinitive usage, prepositions, the past participle, active and passive forms, irregular verbs, the tense system and more.
Reference textsEnglish File Digital Pre-intermediate Student’s Book & Workbook “Student’s Pack” third edition Christina Latham-Koenig, Clive Oxenden, Paul Seligson Oxford English Publication ISBN 978 0 19 450148 4 The Good Grammar Book For Italian Students Michael Swan, Catherine Walker, Daniela Bertocchi Oxford English Publication ISBN 978 0 19 442255 0
Teaching targetsOffered in the first semester, the English course is at a B1/B2 level of the European Council's Common European Framework of Reference for the English language. As such, the course is designed to familiarize students with vocabulary, grammar and syntax with emphasis on the four primary language skills: reading, speaking, listening and writing. The course seeks to provide students with true hands-on skills that can be applied in their future career paths.
PrerequisitesStudents are expected to have some minimum knowledge of English vocabulary, verbs and grammar upon entering the course. All students can benefit from the free self-instructed course offered by the DiSEI available in the computer laboratory to improve language skills. All students in possession of a B2 English certificate recognized at an international level can request the conversion of course credits based on this qualification. The conversion will in turn be assessed and left to the discretion of the course instructor. Students can download the form, to be filled out and given to the course instructor, at the following web address: http://www.oldeco.unipmn.it/pdf-2011/2013/certificazione%20di%20inglese.pdf
Didattics MethodsGrammar and collocation will be reviewed and more complex forms will be dealt with during the courses. Special emphasis will be given to grammar and language usage. Reading comprehension plays a fundamental role, with some listening alongside grammar exercises which test student’s knowledge of the forms taught, with special emphasis on exercises and translations to help consolidate English usage.
Other informationsAttendance is not compulsory but extremely useful and highly recommended. Those who intend to attend lessons are requested to show consistence in being present at lessons. Following the course with necessary course material is an absolute must and there is very little tolerance for those who do not produce the necessary materials.
Grading rulesThe exam is in written form and concentrates on different topics discussed and assigned in class from material in the students’ course book and grammar book as well as on hand-outs and materials provided in class. See “Content of the courses” above for additional information. Students can sit the English exam not more than three times during the academic school year. More information regarding examination guidelines can be found at the following link: http://www.unipmn.it/Informazioni%20su/Ateneo/Normativa/Regoalmento%20Didattico/Ordinamento%20270_04%20(aggiornato/DR_RDA_PG_270.pdf). Exams for Economia Aziendale and Giurisprudenza, if passed, give way to a pass mark for the course. A mark out of thirty is assigned for the Promozione e Gestione del Turismo course. For further information, it is recommended to contact the course instructor.
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CourseMedieval and modern legal history
Course IDGM063
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAIMERITO Francesco
TeachersAIMERITO Francesco, GORIA Federico Alessandro
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/19 - STORIA DEL DIRITTO MEDIEVALE E MODERNO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseMedieval and modern legal history
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAIMERITO Francesco
TeachersAIMERITO Francesco
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageItalian, French, Spanish
AbstractLaw and Institutions in Italy from the beginning of the Middle Ages up to the Constitution of the Italian Republic
Reference textsG. S. PENE VIDARI, Storia del diritto. Età medievale e moderna, Torino, Giappichelli, latest edition; G. S. PENE VIDARI, Storia del diritto. Età contemporanea, Torino,Giappichelli, latest edition
Teaching targetsDeeper understanding of the historical dimension of Law. Acquisition of fundamental elments of the historical development of Lawin Italy and Europe
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of the history of Italy will be most useful
Didattics Methodslectures , discussions , exercises , tests
Grading rulesDiscussion
Full argumentsThe teaching will follow, in chronological progression and at the institutional level , the developments of European legal systems from the Middle Ages up to 1947, with particular attention to the Italian reality. Any seminars will be communicated at the beginning of the course .

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CourseMedieval and modern legal history
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGORIA Federico Alessandro
TeachersGORIA Federico Alessandro
Year1
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will deepen the development of the legal phenomenon through many centuries, namely from the crisis of the late Roman Empire (third century AD.) to the Constitutionalism and the rising of Codification of law in the nineteenth century. Due to a time span of this magnitude, will be analyzed key aspects of the development of the law, in terms of sources, the evolution of institutions and legal thought. Particular attention will be devoted to the evolution of public law and the progressive development of the political bodies, especially during the Medieval and Modern Age.
Reference textsG.S. Pene Vidari, Storia del diritto. Età medievale e moderna, Giappichelli, Torino, 2011; G.S. Pene Vidari, Storia del diritto. Età contemporanea, Giappichelli, Torino 2012. Students attending will receive specific indication about their study texts in class.
Teaching targetsStudents must have, in addition to the specific knowledge required by the course, the understanding of the complexity of the legal phenomenon in its diachronic and geographic evolution, will be able to grasp the variety of sources system and the contribution of each in the formation of the legal universe. He must be able to recognize the main features of each historical period, to be able to correctly time schools of thought and institutions.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFront lessons; using slides to download from DIR, only for attending students.
Grading rulesOral examinations
Full argumentsCrisis of the Roman Empire, relations with the Christians Roman-Barbarian Legislation Customs of the Germanic peoples Italy and the Barbarians: Goths (Edict of Theodoric and public organization) The compilation of Justinian in the East and its extension to Italy Italy and the Barbarians: Longobards (edicts of rulers, criminal and matrimonial, organization of the kingdom) Rise of the papal monarchy and its relations with the Frankish kingdom Birth of the Holy Roman Empire Fief (birth and evolution) Investiture Controversy The rise of the University Teaching school of Bologna Birth and formation of the first collections of canon law Evolution of the medieval Commune and its relation with the Empire; theories on statutory authority School of Commentators Relations between the ius commune and the rising of national customs and laws (France, Netherlands, Spain and Germany) Birth and development of the English common law The communis opinio Birth and evolution of the Great Courts Legal humanism Development of absolutism (France, Duchy of Savoy) Ordinances of Louis XIV Ordinances of Louis XV and subsequent consolidations Natural law (Grotius, Hobbes, Locke, Pufendorf, Leibniz) The French school: Domat and Pothier The Enlightenment: Montesquieu and Rousseau The French Revolution and the first Constitutions Napoleonic era: the constitution of 1799 and the Cispadane and Cisalpina republics Allgemeines Landrecht of the Prussian State of 1794 French Civil Code of 1804 Oppositions to Codification: the Historical School of von Savigny The Restoration in Italy The policy of Charles Albert: codes and constitution Legislation of the Italian States Legislation of the Kingdom of Italy

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CoursePrivate law
Course IDGM050
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
TeachersMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo, LA PORTA Ubaldo
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
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NOVARA

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CoursePrivate law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
TeachersMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims at providing the students with basic concepts belonging to the area of Italian private law (ie, the set of principles and rules that govern the relations between individuals and between individuals and the state or other public authority in cases where the latter act privatorum jure) in order to achieve a solid foundation for learning materials belonging to the private-sector and to enable the student to become familiar with the necessary methodological tools for the analysis and resolution of legal issues. The course deals with current issues in Italian private law from a both theoretical and practical perspective.
Reference texts- Roppo, Diritto privato, Giappichelli (ult. ed.).
 Or any other private law textbook in the most recent edition to be agreed with the teacher. One of the following civil codes: - De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, Zanichelli, ultima ed. - Di Majo, Codice civile con la Costituzione, il Trattato C.E.E. e le principali norme complementari, Milano Giuffrè., ultima ed. - Schlesinger, Codice civile, Cedam, ultima ed. For further research see: - Zatti, Manuale di diritto civile, ed. Cedam, 2015 - Amadio-Macario (a cura di), Diritto civile. Norme, questioni, concetti, 2 vol., ed. Il mulino, 2014 - Patti (a cura di), L’esame di diritto privato. Definizioni e questioni, Giappichelli, 2015 - Calvo-Ciatti, Diritto privato, Zanicchelli, 2013
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to acquire the ability and skills to: - use an appropriated legal language - mastering the structure of the Civil Code - understand the main institutes of private law - critically interpret the legal rules - apply and connect the acquired knowledge in solving practical cases of simple solution
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized around lectures and case law discussions. Attendance in recommended.
Grading rulesWritten or oral examinations, aimed at verifying that the student, in addition to having mastered the basics tenets of private law and legal terminology, is able to interpret and to relate its knowledge in solving practical cases. Further details about the written exams will be provide at the beginning of the course. The oral exam is preceded by a preliminary written test (consisting of multiple choice questions). Oral examinations will last about 20 minutes.
Full argumentsTopics include: the Italian legal system: the sources of Italian private law; legal facts and acts; legal actors and personhood: natural and legal persons; the concept of “thing”; ownership, property interests, possession; the law of obligations: sources of obligations, performance, nonperformance, particular obligations, circulation of rights and obligations; the law of contracts: the nature and definition of contracts, freedom of contract and its limits, the binding force of contracts, the elements of a contract, contracts and third persons, agency and representation, validity of contracts, termination, rescission, particular types of contract; general principles of tort law; general principles of family law; donation and general principles of inheritance; patrimonial responsibility of the debtor rules of evidence; prescription and decay.
Course borrowed toECONOMIA AZIENDALE (1420) - EC0044 Diritto privato - ALESSANDRIA

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CoursePrivate law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLA PORTA Ubaldo
TeachersLA PORTA Ubaldo
Year1
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian

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CoursePrivate roman law
Course IDGM051
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARCES Pierfrancesco
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco, LIGIOS Maria Antonietta
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/18 - DIRITTO ROMANO E DIRITTI DELL'ANTICHITÀ
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
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CoursePrivate roman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARCES Pierfrancesco
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco
Year1
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to present the main institutions of Roman Private Law considered in their historical development and in relation to the modern private law. It also presents the required skills of the modern jurist.
Reference textsThe final examination will focus on the first two texts listed: 1) M. MARRONE, Istituzioni di diritto romano, Palumbo Editore, Palermo, 3° ed. 2006. 2) I. FARGNOLI, M. DE BERNARDI, Personae res actiones. Materiali per lo studio delle Istituzioni di diritto romano, Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2° ed., 2015. Students interested in carrying out the thesis in Roman Law (in particular on issues of Roman Private Law), and, more generally, those with a legal interest on the major institutional sources of the course, they can consult the Institutes of Gaius and Justinian in the italian translation (with facing Latin text) of E. Nardi, Istituzioni di diritto romano, vols. A and B, Milan, Giuffrè, 1973-1975 and subsequent reprints. Students interested in studying certain topics will expand their preparation with optional reading of L. RAGGI, Il metodo della giurisprudenza romana, Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2007. Additional readings can be agreed with the teacher, or carried out independently by students on the basis of their interests, including through the attendance of the library and becoming familiar with their catalogs. It is also recommended reading G. Pascuzzi, Giuristi si diventa. Come riconoscere e apprendere le abilità proprie delle professioni legali, il Mulino Editore, Bologna, 2013. The text is not intended to prepare the examination, but allows, within a reasonable number of pages, to have a complete view of legal studies, and skills that should be developed for the conduct of the main legal professions, also illustrated by a series of useful exercises and tests.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the aforementioned institutions, in their historical context and in their relationship with the modern civil law; knowledge of the abilities of modern legal professions.
PrerequisitesNot any
Didattics MethodsLectures and exercises. Attendance is not binding.
Other informationsIn order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes
Full argumentsThe topics covered in the class will follow the traditional articulation of the matter: a) Roman law and its sources; b) Civil litigation and civil procedure; c) “Negotia iuridica” and general principles of contracts; d) persons and family; and) things, real rights and possession; f) Obligations; g) Donations; h) Succession. During the lectures, there will be a constant attention to the derivation or separation between Roman legal experience and current law, and you will illustrate the skills required in the modern legal profession.

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CoursePrivate roman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLIGIOS Maria Antonietta
TeachersLIGIOS Maria Antonietta
Year1
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
Abstractroman private law.
Reference textsTexts adopted: for attending students, Matteo Marrone, Manuale di diritto privato romano, publishing house G. Giappichelli, Turin, last edition, in all its parts, without exception, plus lecture notes; for non-attending students, in addition to the text of Marrone above, Gennaro Franciosi, La famiglia romana. Società e diritto, publishing house G. Giappichelli, Turin, last edition, in all its parts, without exception. Educational aims: the course is intended to provide students with the basic knowledge of roman private law, enabling them to link the institutes of roman law with the corresponding ones of our private law.
Teaching targetsthe course is intended to provide students with the basic knowledge of roman private law, enabling them to link the institutes of roman law with the corresponding ones of our private law.
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics Methodsfrontal lecture.
Other informationsattendance in class is not compulsory.
Grading rulesoral examination. The attending students can take examination dividing the programme in two parts, as follows: the first part is about sources of roman law, private trial, legal transaction, persons and family, rights in rem and possession; the second part is about obligations, donations, successions. The students can access the second partial examination only if they have passed the first partial examination, with a mark of at least 18/30. The student who fails one of the two partial examination or who chooses the general examination, must pass an oral examination concerning full course programme.
Full argumentsProgramme in detail: sources of roman law, private trial, legal transaction, persons and family, rights in rem and possession, obligations, donations, successions.

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CourseAdministrative Law I
Course IDGM004
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta, BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio, MAMELI Barbara
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseAdministrative Law I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
Year2
PartitionCognomi A-L
Teaching languageItalian language
AbstractThe course relates to the study of the relationship between public administration and privates as well as relations between the public entities.
Reference textsFor students attending lectures: E. Casetta-F. Fracchia, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Milano, Giuffrè, 2014, from chapter I to chapter VIII, in addition to knowledge of the materials distributed to class. For students not attending lectures: General Section: E. Casetta-F. Fracchia, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Milano, Giuffrè, 2014, from chapter I to chapter VIII. Special Section: R. Ferrara, Introduzione al diritto amministrativo, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2014.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to guide students in the study of principles and rules of Administrative Law, with particular reference to the organization and operation of Public Administrations and in the knowledge of the conceptual categories through the guidelines of doctrine and jurisprudence.
PrerequisitesTo take the exam of Adiministrative Law you must have passed the exames of Constitutional Law, Private Law and Roman Law Institutions.
Didattics MethodsLectures and use of slides, judgements and articles analyzed in class.
Grading rulesFor students attending lessons there will be a written test of exoneration
Full argumentsThe course will consider the issues of the organization of the administrative activities in accordance with the recent constitutional and legislative reformes, the basics and European standards and rules of judicial training. As for the organization it will be deepened in particular the historical development of the distinction between policy-making and managment activities. As pertrains to the activity, they will be subject of discussion in particular the general basics of the Constitution pertaining to the Public Administration, the administrative discretion, its process, the types of administrative measures, the rules of validity and effectiveness of administrative measures, the public agreements, self- protection, the contractual activity of the Public Administration and the different responsabilities. In order to enrich the educationa offer are expected testimonies of Administrative Sollicitors and Administrative Court judges.

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CourseAdministrative Law I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio
TeachersBRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio
Year2
PartitionCognomi M-Z
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Course will analyse the discipline concerning the administrative activitiy and organization, that will be studied in their essential principles deriving from Constitution, UE Treaties and general legislation, also considering constitutional, european and administrative jurisprudence
Reference textsM. Clarich, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Il Mulino, 2015 (excluded chapters VII e XIV) G. Napolitano, Regole e mercato nei servizi pubblici, Il Mulino, 2005
Teaching targetsThe Course aims to promote a in-depth knowledge of the main elements of the discipline of administrative activity and organization and a good capability to analyse the pertinent jurisprudence
PrerequisitesConstitutional Law must be done
Didattics MethodsThe Course is based essentially on the professor’s lessons. It’s also provided a seminar for attending student in which they will present a brief report.
Other informationsThe Professor is available to give student didactic support in his reception hours.
Grading rulesFor attending students it’s provided a test concerning a part of the program, that will exonerate from the oral examination about that part of the program. For every student it’s provided an oral examination.
Full argumentsThe Administrative Law sources (in particular: UE normative acts; the subdivision of legislative competence between State and Regions; administrative regulations). The administrative power. Legittimate interest and subjective wright. Tipologies of administrative powers. General principles about administrative power. The Procedure Law (l. 241/90). The public contracts. Economical general interest services and general interest services. General principles and concepts about administrative organization. State, regions and local bodies. The Court of Accounts. The independent administrative authorities. Public enterprises. Public employment relationship. Public goods and private goods of public interest.
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P1616 DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseAdministrative Law I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAMELI Barbara
TeachersMAMELI Barbara
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course promotes better understanding the basic notions of the public law. In particular the course will regard: - the administrative law with reference to the Constitution; - the meaning of Pubblic Administration, her liability and her connection with the citizen; - the public power of Administration and his meaning; - Subjective legal situations, the legitimate interests; - the administrative decision; - the administrative procedure; - the administrative activities of private law; - the public administration as an entrepreneur; - the contractual activity of the public administration and the public procurement; - the responsibility of the public administration.
Reference textsF.G. SCOCA, Diritto amministrativo, quarta edizione, Giappichelli Torino. Parte 1, Capitoli 1, 2 e 3. Parte 2, Capitolo 2 e 5 (par. 12 e 13) . Parte 3, Capitoli 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Parte IV, Capitoli 1, 2, 3, 4 e 5. Parte 5, Capitoli 1 e 2. Parte 7, Capitolo 2 e 3. Parte 8, Capitolo 2.
Teaching targetsPurpose of the course is to explain the administrative system of italian goverment with particolar attention to his collocation in the constitutional institution. The course will also examine the organisation of the administrative system going into details regarding the connection Administration/citizens. Special attention will be given to the public power (administrative law) and to analysis of the administrative activity consensual.
PrerequisitesHaving passed diritto costituzionale and diritto privato.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures
Other informationsThe exam is oral. There are two exemptions that will be carried out in the middle and at the end of the course. The participation is free of tax exemptions.
Grading rulesThe exam is oral. There are two exemptions that will be carried out in the middle and at the end of the course. The participation is free of tax exemptions.
Full argumentsThe course promotes better understanding the basic notions of the public law. In particular the course will regard: - the administrative law with reference to the Constitution; - the meaning of Pubblic Administration, her liability and her connection with the citizen; - the public power of Administration and his meaning; - Subjective legal situations, the legitimate interests; - the administrative decision; - the administrative procedure; - the administrative activities of private law; - the public administration as an entrepreneur; - the contractual activity of the public administration and the public procurement; - the responsibility of the public administration.

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CourseCivil law
Course IDGM009
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersLA PORTA Ubaldo, PES Luca Giuseppe
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course, taught in Italian, provides fundamental notions of private family law. It also aims at providing an understanding of the "family" both as an object of legal regulation and as a set of social relations changing across time and space. Course topics include: the meaning of "family" in family law; marriage, civil partnership, cohabitation and other family arrangements; marital relations; property and financial matters; nullity and divorce; parentage (including assisted reproduction) and adoption; parental responsibility; children's rights and capacities; financial support of children.
Reference textsThe course textbook is Gilda Ferrando, Diritto di famiglia, Bologna: Zanichelli, 2015 (2a ed., 344 pp., €39). An up-to-date copy of the Italian Civil Code (2016 edition) is also required. Alternative textbooks are: G. Bonilini, Manuale di diritto di famiglia, UTET, 2014 (419 pp., €32); M. Sesta, Manuale di diritto di famiglia, CEDAM, 2015 (514 pp., €32).
Teaching targetsThe course has two main objectives: on the one hand, it aims at providing accurate knowledge of the private law surrounding family relations; on the other hand, it provides an understanding of the family as an object of legal regulation in its different shapes and transformations over time and space.
PrerequisitesStudents are expected to possess a good knowledge of private law. It is required to have passed at least two 1st year exams among the following three: Constitutional law, Private Law and Roman law.
Didattics MethodsA mid-term examination may be foreseen. Student enrolled in the course must be present for at least 80% of the lectures.
Other informationsSlides and other materials will be available through DIR (didattica in rete).
Grading rulesThere will be an oral examination with the goal to verify the knowledge acquired by the student, both through attendance and textbook study. Critical thinking and analysis will be also evaluated.
Full argumentsCourse topics include: the meaning of "family" in family law; marriage, civil partnership, cohabitation and other family arrangements; marital relations; property and financial matters; nullity and divorce; parentage (including assisted reproduction) and adoption; parental responsibility; children's rights and capacities; financial support of children.
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CourseCivil law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLA PORTA Ubaldo
TeachersLA PORTA Ubaldo
Year2
SiteNOVARA

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CourseCivil law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPES Luca Giuseppe
TeachersPES Luca Giuseppe
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course, taught in Italian, provides fundamental notions of private family law. It also aims at providing an understanding of the "family" both as an object of legal regulation and as a set of social relations changing across time and space. Course topics include: the meaning of "family" in family law; marriage, civil partnership, cohabitation and other family arrangements; marital relations; property and financial matters; nullity and divorce; parentage (including assisted reproduction) and adoption; parental responsibility; children's rights and capacities; financial support of children.
Reference textsThe course textbook is Gilda Ferrando, Diritto di famiglia, Bologna: Zanichelli, 2015 (2a ed., 344 pp., €39). An up-to-date copy of the Italian Civil Code (2016 edition) is also required. Alternative textbooks are: G. Bonilini, Manuale di diritto di famiglia, UTET, 2014 (419 pp., €32); M. Sesta, Manuale di diritto di famiglia, CEDAM, 2015 (514 pp., €32).
Teaching targetsThe course has two main objectives: on the one hand, it aims at providing accurate knowledge of the private law surrounding family relations; on the other hand, it provides an understanding of the family as an object of legal regulation in its different shapes and transformations over time and space.
PrerequisitesStudents are expected to possess a good knowledge of private law. It is required to have passed at least two 1st year exams among the following three: Constitutional law, Private Law and Roman law.
Didattics MethodsA mid-term examination may be foreseen. Student enrolled in the course must be present for at least 80% of the lectures.
Other informationsSlides and other materials will be available through DIR (didattica in rete).
Grading rulesThere will be an oral examination with the goal to verify the knowledge acquired by the student, both through attendance and textbook study. Critical thinking and analysis will be also evaluated.
Full argumentsCourse topics include: the meaning of "family" in family law; marriage, civil partnership, cohabitation and other family arrangements; marital relations; property and financial matters; nullity and divorce; parentage (including assisted reproduction) and adoption; parental responsibility; children's rights and capacities; financial support of children.

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CourseCommercial law
Course IDGM011
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersBARCELLONA Eugenio, SPIOTTA Marina, MONTEVERDE Alessandro, FREGONARA Elena
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course covers basic institutes of company and business law: entrepreneurship; azienda; competition; non-stock corporations; stock corporations; groups, transformations and winding up.
Reference textsStudents can freely choose any manual in use which deals with the above mentioned institutes. The use of the manual shall be understood as an auxiliary instrument in order to get to know the corresponding norms of the civil code. The use of an updated civil code is, in fact, essential. Students are encouraged to attend classes with a civil code, whose use is generally admitted during the exam too. The use of an annotated civil code is strongly recommended. Please note that the use of synthetic edition is generally to be avoided. Provided the above mentioned freedom of choice, the following textbook is suggested: G. Campobasso, Manuale di diritto commerciale, ed. VI, UTET, 2015 (excluding part 3 of the textbook and the chapters that do not cover topics of the course).
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing students with the methodological instruments necessary for critically understanding fundamental institutes of company and business law.
PrerequisitesPrivate law.
Didattics MethodsLessons will not cover the entire program, but they will deal, in a 'micro-monographic' fashion, with some paradigmatic institutions. Student are required to critically know a ruling (by the Italian Corte di Cassazione or by lower courts) concerning an institute of company and business law. During the course a few rulings will be suggested, however, students are welcomed and encouraged to choose a ruling on their own. Each student shall be able to explain the factual grounds of the dispute, the positions of the parts (claims and objections), and the arguments of the Court, and shall be able to describe the core principle of the decision ('massima') and to take a critical position (adhesive or dissenting) on it too.
Other informationsA syllabus will be provided during the course and further material (suggested but not compulsory) will be available for students on the university intranet.
Grading rulesExams will be oral; however, a part of the exam may be taken in writing too (at the request of the professor or of the student). The written part may consist in solving a practical case, drafting a contractual or statutory clause, or a short essay.
Full argumentsA. Introduction 1. Positive law and interpretation: historicity of law and limits of the exegetic method. 2. Origins of Company law: the age of the Italian city-states. 3. The Italian city-states system as an anticipation of bourgeois modernity .4. Ius mercatorum as a rational proto-capitalistic law: the 'new' private law of the communes age and the 'new' business law. From the protection of property (rural economy) to the protection of contracts (proto-capitalist economy). 5. The common root at the origins of company law: the new rational discipline of credit and the optimization of cost allocation (the monitoring of credit risk): 1) asset partitioning; 2) partnership and unlimited partners’ liability; 3) the new bankruptcy discipline. B. Entrepreneur 1. Notion of entrepreneur: defining norms and applicable discipline. 'Essentialistic' approach and 'functional' approach. 2. The notion of enterprise between law and economics.3. The aim of profit: history, anthropology, law. C. Azienda and competition 1. Regulation of concern (azienda) 2. Regulation of competition: reasons for a 'pro-merchant' solution. D. Non-stock corporations (Società Personali) 1. The regulation of collective entrepreneurship and proto-capitalistic financing: from the società semplice to the società in accomandita semplice. 2. Società in nome collettivo. 3. Heterogenesis of the objectives: partnerships and holding companies in family groups E. Stock corporations: the società per azioni 1. The Società per azioni: between the regulation of collective entrepreneurship and company financing. 2. Functional duplication of the società per azioni: from the original 'open' corporation to the 'close' corporation. The normative establishment of functional divarication. 3. Società per azioni and the progressive 'liberalization' of positive law: financial markets and the equalization of different and eventually antithetic peremptory norms. 4. Società per azioni, 'azione sociale', financial instruments and capital markets: the meaning of mandatory disclosure. 5. Discipline of the società per azioni: ownership, management and control. 6. Discipline of the società per azioni: balance sheet. 7. The corporate governance debate. 8. Financial structure of the società per azioni: normative evolution of the debt-to-equity ratio discipline and the severance of ownership and control. 9. Società per azioni and capital operations: capital increase, merger and de-merger. 10. Sale of stakes F. Stock corporations: società in accomandita and società a responsabilità limitata 1. The società in accomandita. 2. The s.r.l. G. Stock corporations: groups, transformations and winding up. 1. Groups and the regulation of the so called unitary direction: between civil and commercial law. 2. Discipline of transformation and winding up
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CourseCommercial law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARCELLONA Eugenio
TeachersBARCELLONA Eugenio
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course covers basic institutes of company and business law: entrepreneurship; azienda; competition; non-stock corporations; stock corporations; groups, transformations and winding up.
Reference textsStudents can freely choose any manual in use which deals with the above mentioned institutes. The use of the manual shall be understood as an auxiliary instrument in order to get to know the corresponding norms of the civil code. The use of an updated civil code is, in fact, essential. Students are encouraged to attend classes with a civil code, whose use is generally admitted during the exam too. The use of an annotated civil code is strongly recommended. Please note that the use of synthetic edition is generally to be avoided. Provided the above mentioned freedom of choice, the following textbook is suggested: G. Campobasso, Manuale di diritto commerciale, ed. VI, UTET, 2015 (excluding part 3 of the textbook and the chapters that do not cover topics of the course).
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing students with the methodological instruments necessary for critically understanding fundamental institutes of company and business law.
PrerequisitesPrivate law.
Didattics MethodsLessons will not cover the entire program, but they will deal, in a 'micro-monographic' fashion, with some paradigmatic institutions. Student are required to critically know a ruling (by the Italian Corte di Cassazione or by lower courts) concerning an institute of company and business law. During the course a few rulings will be suggested, however, students are welcomed and encouraged to choose a ruling on their own. Each student shall be able to explain the factual grounds of the dispute, the positions of the parts (claims and objections), and the arguments of the Court, and shall be able to describe the core principle of the decision ('massima') and to take a critical position (adhesive or dissenting) on it too.
Other informationsA syllabus will be provided during the course and further material (suggested but not compulsory) will be available for students on the university intranet.
Grading rulesExams will be oral; however, a part of the exam may be taken in writing too (at the request of the professor or of the student). The written part may consist in solving a practical case, drafting a contractual or statutory clause, or a short essay.
Full argumentsA. Introduction 1. Positive law and interpretation: historicity of law and limits of the exegetic method. 2. Origins of Company law: the age of the Italian city-states. 3. The Italian city-states system as an anticipation of bourgeois modernity .4. Ius mercatorum as a rational proto-capitalistic law: the 'new' private law of the communes age and the 'new' business law. From the protection of property (rural economy) to the protection of contracts (proto-capitalist economy). 5. The common root at the origins of company law: the new rational discipline of credit and the optimization of cost allocation (the monitoring of credit risk): 1) asset partitioning; 2) partnership and unlimited partners’ liability; 3) the new bankruptcy discipline. B. Entrepreneur 1. Notion of entrepreneur: defining norms and applicable discipline. 'Essentialistic' approach and 'functional' approach. 2. The notion of enterprise between law and economics.3. The aim of profit: history, anthropology, law. C. Azienda and competition 1. Regulation of concern (azienda) 2. Regulation of competition: reasons for a 'pro-merchant' solution. D. Non-stock corporations (Società Personali) 1. The regulation of collective entrepreneurship and proto-capitalistic financing: from the società semplice to the società in accomandita semplice. 2. Società in nome collettivo. 3. Heterogenesis of the objectives: partnerships and holding companies in family groups E. Stock corporations: the società per azioni 1. The Società per azioni: between the regulation of collective entrepreneurship and company financing. 2. Functional duplication of the società per azioni: from the original 'open' corporation to the 'close' corporation. The normative establishment of functional divarication. 3. Società per azioni and the progressive 'liberalization' of positive law: financial markets and the equalization of different and eventually antithetic peremptory norms. 4. Società per azioni, 'azione sociale', financial instruments and capital markets: the meaning of mandatory disclosure. 5. Discipline of the società per azioni: ownership, management and control. 6. Discipline of the società per azioni: balance sheet. 7. The corporate governance debate. 8. Financial structure of the società per azioni: normative evolution of the debt-to-equity ratio discipline and the severance of ownership and control. 9. Società per azioni and capital operations: capital increase, merger and de-merger. 10. Sale of stakes F. Stock corporations: società in accomandita and società a responsabilità limitata 1. The società in accomandita. 2. The s.r.l. G. Stock corporations: groups, transformations and winding up. 1. Groups and the regulation of the so called unitary direction: between civil and commercial law. 2. Discipline of transformation and winding up
Course borrowed toECONOMIA E POLITICHE PUBBLICHE, AMBIENTE E CULTURA (2006) - SP0004 Competition law and policy - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseCommercial law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMONTEVERDE Alessandro
TeachersSPIOTTA Marina, MONTEVERDE Alessandro, FREGONARA Elena
Year2
SiteNOVARA
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CourseCommercial law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSPIOTTA Marina
TeachersSPIOTTA Marina, MONTEVERDE Alessandro
Course typePartizione alfabetica AK-LZ
Year2
PartitionCognomi A-K
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractPART I – COMMERCIAL LAW, I 1. The entrepreneur and the enterprise. 2. Partnerships, copartnerships, limited partnerships. PART II – COMMERCIAL LAW, II 1. Stock company and limited company. 2. Cooperative company. 3. Groups of companies. 4. Fusion and other extraordinary transactions. PART III: COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS The main commercial contracts.
Reference textsIt is essential an updated edition of the italian Civil Code and of the complementary acts. College textbooks: PART I – COMMERCIAL LAW, I 1. AA.VV., Lineamenti di diritto commerciale, a cura di Cottino, Zanichelli, 2016. Or M. CAMPOBASSO, Manuale di diritto commerciale, UTET, Torino, 2015. 2. AA.VV., Lineamenti di diritto commerciale, a cura di Cottino, Zanichelli, 2014. Or M. CAMPOBASSO, Manuale di diritto commerciale, UTET, Torino, 2015; Or G. PRESTI – M. RESCIGNO, Corso di diritto commerciale, vol. I, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2013. PART II – COMMERCIAL LAW, II AA.VV., Lineamenti di diritto commerciale, a cura di Cottino, Zanichelli, 2014. Or, M. CAMPOBASSO, Manuale di diritto commerciale, UTET, Torino, 2015; Or G. PRESTI – M. RESCIGNO, Corso di diritto commerciale, vol. II, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2013. PART III: COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS For attending students: AA.VV., Lineamenti di diritto commerciale, a cura di Cottino, Zanichelli, 2014. For non attending students also: O. CAGNASSO – G. COTTINO, Contratti commerciali, CEDAM, Padova, 2009, oppure M. CAMPOBASSO, Manuale di diritto commerciale, UTET, Torino, 2015.
Teaching targetsThe course amis to give the fundamental knowledge concerning the entrepreneur and the enterprise, the companies and the main contracts connected to business activities.
PrerequisitesProven knowledge of the Civil Law.
Didattics MethodsLessons, with suggestions for further reading and discussion.
Grading rulesPractice exercises and exam simulation. The exam is oral; before the oral exam, the students may have to pass a written selection.
Full argumentsPART I – COMMERCIAL LAW I The enterpreneur (art. 2082 c.c.) The farmer and the trader The small enterpreneur The public enterprise The beginning and the end of the business activity The rules about the trader The company and its selling Il GEIE The business networks The distinctive features (general principles) The company Company, association, consortia The ordinary partnership The partnership “in nome collettivo” The partnership “in accomandita semplice” PART II – COMMERCIAL LAW II The stock company The deed of partnership The stock company with a sole partner The assets intended for specific business affairs The partners contributions The shares and their trading The financial instruments The shareholders' meeting The management and coordination of companies The directors The board of internal auditors The accounting controls The external audit The two-tier system and the one-tier system The balance sheet The modification of the deed of partnership The bonds The limited liability companies The company “in accomandita per azioni” The dissolution and winding-up of companies The extraordinary transactions The cooperative companies (general principles). PART III – COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS The sale contract The consignment contract The supply contract The distribution agreement The franchising The procurement contract and the subcontracting The contract of carriage The custodian agreement The mandate agreement The agency contract The mediation The ordinary current account The leasing The factoring The silent participation contract The loan agreement
Course borrowed fromECONOMIA AZIENDALE (1420) - EC0034 DIRITTO COMMERCIALE E DEI CONTRATTI D'IMPRESA - NOVARA

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CourseCommercial law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFREGONARA Elena
TeachersFREGONARA Elena
Course typePartizione alfabetica AK-LZ
Year2
PartitionCognomi L-Z
Teaching languageitalian
Abstract1. The entrepreneur and the enterprise. 2. Partnerships, copartnerships, limited partnerships. 3. Stock company and limited company. 4. Cooperative company. 5. Groups of companies. 6. Fusion and other extraordinary transactions
Reference textsThe course amis to give the fundamental knowledge concerning the entrepreneur, the enterprise and the companies.
Teaching targetsProven knowledge of the Civil Law
PrerequisitesProven knowledge of the Civil Law
Didattics MethodsLessons, with suggestions for further reading and discussion.
Grading rulesPractice exercises and exam simulation. The exam is oral; before the oral exam, the students may have to pass a written selection.
Full argumentsThe enterpreneur (art. 2082 c.c.) The farmer and the trader The small enterpreneur The public enterprise The beginning and the end of the business activity The rules about the trader The company and its selling Il GEIE The business networks The distinctive features (general principles) The company Company, association, consortia The ordinary partnership The partnership “in nome collettivo” The partnership “in accomandita semplice” The stock company The deed of partnership The stock company with a sole partner The assets intended for specific business affairs The partners contributions The shares and their trading The financial instruments The shareholders' meeting The management and coordination of companies The directors The board of internal auditors The accounting controls The external audit The two-tier system and the one-tier system The balance sheet The modification of the deed of partnership The bonds The limited liability companies The company “in accomandita per azioni” The dissolution and winding-up of companies The extraordinary transactions The cooperative companies (general principles).
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CourseComparative law
Course IDGM061
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGRANDE Elisabetta
TeachersGRANDE Elisabetta, GARDELLA Bianca
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/02 - DIRITTO PRIVATO COMPARATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe present course deals with legal globalisation, worldwide legal families and comparative legal methodology. Common law and civil law, as well as radically different legal systems, will be analyzed in the sake of giving to the student a critical understanding of her own (as well of other’s) legal setting and conceptual categories.
Reference textsFor students NOT ATTENDING the course the textbooks to be studied are: 1) U. MATTEI- P.G. MONATERI, Introduzione breve al diritto comparato, Cedam ult. ed. 2) E. Grande, Il terzo strike. La prigione in america, Sellerio, 2007 3) U.Mattei, Il modello di common law, Giappichelli, 2014. To be noticed: The text: Introduzione breve al diritto comparato by U. Mattei e P.G. Monateri is to be found on moodle, since it is out of print. For ATTENDING students, class materials are given in class and are to be found online.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players. The course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is tought in a conventional way, yet using many less conventional materials, like documentaries or online interviews. Attending calsses is not compulsory.
Other informationsMaterials for attending students are to be found on the website of the course
Grading rulesFor Non attending students there is a written exam of one hour and half, three questions, one for each texbook to be studied For attending students the exam is divided in two parts, one is an oral proof and the other one is a written exam.
Full argumentsThe present course deals with legal globalisation, worldwide legal families and comparative legal methodology. Common law and civil law, as well as radically different legal systems, will be analyzed in the sake of giving to the student a critical understanding of her own (as well of other’s) legal setting and conceptual categories. The course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players.
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CourseComparative law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGRANDE Elisabetta
TeachersGRANDE Elisabetta
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe present course deals with legal globalisation, worldwide legal families and comparative legal methodology. Common law and civil law, as well as radically different legal systems, will be analyzed in the sake of giving to the student a critical understanding of her own (as well of other’s) legal setting and conceptual categories.
Reference textsFor students NOT ATTENDING the course the textbooks to be studied are: 1) U. MATTEI- P.G. MONATERI, Introduzione breve al diritto comparato, Cedam ult. ed. 2) E. Grande, Il terzo strike. La prigione in america, Sellerio, 2007 3) U.Mattei, Il modello di common law, Giappichelli, 2014. To be noticed: The text: Introduzione breve al diritto comparato by U. Mattei e P.G. Monateri is to be found on moodle, since it is out of print. For ATTENDING students, class materials are given in class and are to be found online.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players. The course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is tought in a conventional way, yet using many less conventional materials, like documentaries or online interviews. Attending calsses is not compulsory.
Other informationsMaterials for attending students are to be found on the website of the course
Grading rulesFor Non attending students there is a written exam of one hour and half, three questions, one for each texbook to be studied For attending students the exam is divided in two parts, one is an oral proof and the other one is a written exam.
Full argumentsThe present course deals with legal globalisation, worldwide legal families and comparative legal methodology. Common law and civil law, as well as radically different legal systems, will be analyzed in the sake of giving to the student a critical understanding of her own (as well of other’s) legal setting and conceptual categories. The course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players.
Course borrowed toSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GM061 SISTEMI GIURIDICI COMPARATI - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseComparative law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARDELLA Bianca
TeachersGARDELLA Bianca
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe first part of the course will address methodological issues on comparative law, included problems related to legal translation. The course will then analyze the major legal systems of the world and will challenge the traditional division in “families”.
Reference textsAt the student choice, one of: R. Sacco, A. Gambaro, Sistemi giuridici comparati, Torino, ITET, ult. ed. disponibile Oppure G. Ajani, B. Pasa, Diritto comparato, casi e materiali, Torino, Giappichelli, 2013 It also required reading one of the following books: R. Sacco, A. Gambaro, Sistemi giuridici comparati, Torino, ITET, ult. ed. disponibile Oppure G. Ajani, B. Pasa, Diritto comparato, casi e materiali, Torino, Giappichelli, 2013
Teaching targetsThis course is the first comparative law teaching in the curriculum. It mainly aims at giving an overview of issues, approaches and methodologies of the field.
PrerequisitesNo prerequisite is asked.
Didattics Methodslecture. Active participation in the class discussion is a plus.
Other informationsattendance is not compulsory
Grading rulesin class exam, closed books. Four questions, two hours.
Full argumentsIntroduction to comparative law Law and language Western Legal Tradition Religious Legal Systems Law in Asia Law in Africa

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CourseCriminal law
Course IDGM075
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPETRINI Davide
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal judgment
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
GM023 DIRITTO PENALE I IUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE PETRINI Davide, RIVERDITI Maurizio, TRUCANO Andrea
GM024 DIRITTO PENALE II IUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE PETRINI Davide, PICCATTI Elena Emma, PEZONE Gianfranco

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CourseDIRITTO PENALE I
Course IDGM023
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersPETRINI Davide, RIVERDITI Maurizio, TRUCANO Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseDIRITTO PENALE I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPETRINI Davide
TeachersPETRINI Davide
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course is focused on the first part of general criminal law
Reference textsGROSSO – PELISSERO – PETRINI – PISA, Manuale di diritto penale. Parte generale, Giuffrè, Milano, 2013, pp.3-413.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course, students should be able to understand criminal law from a technical point of view and, more broadly, in the criminal system.
PrerequisitesStudents need to have passed the exam ‘Diritto Costituzionale’
Didattics MethodsTeaching is carried out using traditional methods. Some lectures will be carried out by experts (lawyers, public prosecutors, judges) in order to stimulate the students to reflect on the concrete implementation of criminal law. To attend the lectures is strongly recommended.
Other informations-------------
Grading rulesThe exam will take place only in oral form.
Full argumentsHistory of criminal law. The constitutional principles. Criminal law and European Union. The general theory of crime and the analysis of the elements of crime. The different theories of causation. Voluntary act requirements. The notion of result. Fundament and discipline of justifications and defences. Mens rea.

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CourseDIRITTO PENALE I
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRIVERDITI Maurizio
TeachersRIVERDITI Maurizio, TRUCANO Andrea
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractIn this first module the fundamental institutions of the Italian criminal law will be addressed, also in order to help the student to form appropriate vocabulary and ability to reason that must be consistent with the subject matter. Special attention will be devoted, during the review of the guiding principles, to those ratified by C.E.D.U. as interpreted by the E.D.U. Court. The study will then be devoted to the examination of the schools of thought of the criminal law and the study of the elements which characterize the crime. The last part of the module will be dedicated to the study of the constitutive elements of the offense.
Reference textsC. F. Grosso, M. Pelissero, D. Petrini, P. Pisa, Manuale di diritto penale, Parte generale, Giuffrè, 2013. Students must bring an updated penal code.
Teaching targetsThe module aims to introduce students to the study of criminal law, providing a good command of the language and the legal reference framework. A further objective of the teaching module is to provide students with the tools and the basics to tackle the study of criminal law institutions which will be analyzed over the other modules of the criminal law course.
PrerequisitesOvercoming preparatory examinations specified in the curriculum. Good command of constitutional law foundations in terms of law sources.
Didattics MethodsTeaching will be carried out through frontal lectures.
Grading rulesOral examination
Full argumentsThe course will explore the following topics: - Criminal law schools of thought - Theory of criminal law sources - General principles governing criminal matters - Structure of the offense (with particular in-depth analysis of the typical fact; the other elements of the crime will be examined in the other module of the course).

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CourseDIRITTO PENALE II
Course IDGM024
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPETRINI Davide
TeachersPETRINI Davide, PICCATTI Elena Emma, PEZONE Gianfranco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
Sites and/or partitions
ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseDIRITTO PENALE II
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPETRINI Davide
TeachersPETRINI Davide
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course is focused on the first part of general criminal law.
Reference textsGROSSO – PELISSERO – PETRINI – PISA, Manuale di diritto penale. Parte generale, Giuffrè, Milano, 2013, pp.417-683.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course, students should be able to understand criminal law from a technical point of view and, more broadly, in the criminal system.
PrerequisitesStudents need to have passed the exam ‘Diritto Penale I’
Didattics MethodsTeaching is carried out using traditional methods. Some lectures will be carried out by experts (lawyers, public prosecutors, judges) in order to stimulate the students to reflect on the concrete implementation of criminal law. To attend the lectures is strongly recommended.
Grading rulesThe exam will take place only in oral form.
Full argumentsCriminal liability. Attempt. Aggravating and mitigating circumstances. Concurrence of offences. Complicity. Extinction of crime and penalty. Sanctions and penalties. Criminal liability of corporation. The alternative to detention.

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CourseDIRITTO PENALE II
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersPICCATTI Elena Emma, PEZONE Gianfranco
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractStudy of constitutional principles regarding the criminal law, the principles of the general theory of the crime, the institutes of the general part of criminal law. Provide students with a good knowledge of the fundamental principles on which bases the Italian criminal law, the structure of the crime, the institutes of the general part of riminal law. Study of constitutional principles regarding the criminal law, the principles of the general theory of the crime, the institutes of the general part of criminal law.
Reference textsGrosso-Pelissero-Petrini-Pisa, Manuale di Diritto Penale, Parte Generale, Giuffrè, ult. ed. e codice penale edizione a scelta anno 2015
Teaching targetsStudy of constitutional principles regarding the criminal law, the principles of the general theory of the crime, the institutes of the general part of criminal law. Provide students with a good knowledge of the fundamental principles on which bases the Italian criminal law, the structure of the crime, the institutes of the general part of criminal law.
Didattics MethodsLessons, study of criminal judgments
Grading rulesOral examination
Full argumentsStudy of constitutional principles regarding the criminal law, the principles of the general theory of the crime, the institutes of the general part of criminal law.

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CourseEuropean union law
Course IDGM017
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRUBINO Vito
TeachersRUBINO Vito
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/14 - DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe student will be able to 1) give a critical analysis of the norms and the jurisprudence of the European Union and the relationship between these and the national legal systems; 2) use the appropriate terminology and give a complete explanation of the notions acquired; 3) approach the subject independently, with awareness of the specificity of this discipline within the study course;
Reference textsForeign Students can use a Handbook in English or their mother tongue with the agreement of the teacher.
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to give students the instruments in order to understand the European integration process in its essential elements from the institutional and material point of view (fundamental freedoms and rights). The student will be able to 1) give a critical analysis of the norms and the jurisprudence of the European Union and the relationship between these and the national legal systems; 2) use the appropriate terminology and give a complete explanation of the notions acquired; 3) approach the subject independently, with awareness of the specificity of this discipline within the study course;
Prerequisitesgeneral prerequisites: students must have passed at least two between these exams: Constitutional law; Institution of Roman Private Law; Private Law.
Didattics MethodsLessons
Other informationsstudents are strongly recomended to attend classes
Grading rulesOral exam (3 questions). A written essay may be scheduled during the course in order to cover part of the program.
Full argumentsThe course will be divided in two different parts: the institutional part will analyse the following points: the European integration process, the Union Institutions and the decision making process, the Union competences, the relationship between the EU Law and the national legal systems (direct effect and supremacy in particular), the Jurisdiction of the European Court and the main European Actions, fundamental rights. In the special part the following arguments will be covered: free circulation of goods in the Internal Market, free movement of workers and investments in the context of the European space of freedom, security and justice, citizenship. Introduction to the Course. The History of European Integration Membership of the European Union The European Parliament The Council The European Commission The European Court of Justice and judiciary actions The EU Legal order: primary law and legislative acts The Enforcement of European Union Law in the domestic legal order: general principles The Enforcement of European Union Law in the domestic legal order: primacy of EU law principles and direct effect The Internal Market: free moovement of goods The Internal Market:free movement of workers; investments The European space of freedom, security and Justice citizenship.
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CourseEuropean union law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersRUBINO Vito
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe student will be able to 1) give a critical analysis of the norms and the jurisprudence of the European Union and the relationship between these and the national legal systems; 2) use the appropriate terminology and give a complete explanation of the notions acquired; 3) approach the subject independently, with awareness of the specificity of this discipline within the study course;
Reference textsForeign Students can use a Handbook in English or their mother tongue with the agreement of the teacher.
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to give students the instruments in order to understand the European integration process in its essential elements from the institutional and material point of view (fundamental freedoms and rights). The student will be able to 1) give a critical analysis of the norms and the jurisprudence of the European Union and the relationship between these and the national legal systems; 2) use the appropriate terminology and give a complete explanation of the notions acquired; 3) approach the subject independently, with awareness of the specificity of this discipline within the study course;
Prerequisitesgeneral prerequisites: students must have passed at least two between these exams: Constitutional law; Institution of Roman Private Law; Private Law.
Didattics MethodsLessons
Other informationsstudents are strongly recomended to attend classes
Grading rulesOral exam (3 questions). A written essay may be scheduled during the course in order to cover part of the program.
Full argumentsThe course will be divided in two different parts: the institutional part will analyse the following points: the European integration process, the Union Institutions and the decision making process, the Union competences, the relationship between the EU Law and the national legal systems (direct effect and supremacy in particular), the Jurisdiction of the European Court and the main European Actions, fundamental rights. In the special part the following arguments will be covered: free circulation of goods in the Internal Market, free movement of workers and investments in the context of the European space of freedom, security and justice, citizenship. Introduction to the Course. The History of European Integration Membership of the European Union The European Parliament The Council The European Commission The European Court of Justice and judiciary actions The EU Legal order: primary law and legislative acts The Enforcement of European Union Law in the domestic legal order: general principles The Enforcement of European Union Law in the domestic legal order: primacy of EU law principles and direct effect The Internal Market: free moovement of goods The Internal Market:free movement of workers; investments The European space of freedom, security and Justice citizenship.
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P0018 DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseEuropean union law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRUBINO Vito
TeachersRUBINO Vito
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe student will be able to 1) give a critical analysis of the norms and the jurisprudence of the European Union and the relationship between these and the national legal systems; 2) use the appropriate terminology and give a complete explanation of the notions acquired; 3) approach the subject independently, with awareness of the specificity of this discipline within the study course;
Reference textsForeign Students can use a Handbook in English or their mother tongue with the agreement of the teacher.
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to give students the instruments in order to understand the European integration process in its essential elements from the institutional and material point of view (fundamental freedoms and rights). The student will be able to 1) give a critical analysis of the norms and the jurisprudence of the European Union and the relationship between these and the national legal systems; 2) use the appropriate terminology and give a complete explanation of the notions acquired; 3) approach the subject independently, with awareness of the specificity of this discipline within the study course;
Prerequisitesgeneral prerequisites: students must have passed at least two between these exams: Constitutional law; Institution of Roman Private Law; Private Law.
Didattics Methodslessons
Other informationsstudents are strongly recomended to attend classes
Grading rulesOral exam (3 questions). A written essay may be scheduled during the course in order to cover part of the program.
Full argumentsThe course will be divided in two different parts: the institutional part will analyse the following points: the European integration process, the Union Institutions and the decision making process, the Union competences, the relationship between the EU Law and the national legal systems (direct effect and supremacy in particular), the Jurisdiction of the European Court and the main European Actions, fundamental rights. In the special part the following arguments will be covered: free circulation of goods in the Internal Market, free movement of workers and investments in the context of the European space of freedom, security and justice, citizenship. Introduction to the Course. The History of European Integration Membership of the European Union The European Parliament The Council The European Commission The European Court of Justice and judiciary actions The EU Legal order: primary law and legislative acts The Enforcement of European Union Law in the domestic legal order: general principles The Enforcement of European Union Law in the domestic legal order: primacy of EU law principles and direct effect The Internal Market: free moovement of goods The Internal Market:free movement of workers; investments The European space of freedom, security and Justice citizenship.

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CourseLINGUA INGLESE II
Course IDGM053
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)50
Individual study time 25
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageitalian
Abstract• Relationship between the three course elements, economics, finance and law • The role of and necessity of the law • The notions of legitimacy, authority and power • Constitutions – their role in limiting power and conferring legitimacy • Different types of Law – private/public/civil/criminal • Sources of Law – primary, secondary, case, consolidated, European. • Common Law • The Court System • Criminal proceedings • Civil procedure • Tribunals and Administrative Law • European Law • Judges, barristers & solicitors.
Reference textsThere is no course book but students might find English in Use by Brown & Rice– CUP and Legal English by Mackay & Charlton –Longman useful. Law Reports in Guardian (free).
Teaching targetsThe objectives of this course are to improve students’ ability to not only understand but use language, to bridge the gap linguistically between everyday English and the more specialist world of legal and economic English. The course will outline the main differences between Roman Law and Common Law, the adversarial and jury systems giving the student the necessary understanding of the basic concepts of English Law and relevant commercial terminology. The course will explore the role that law plays in society, and the relationship between the law and the worlds of business and financial. It will seek to broaden the linguistic and lexical scope of students who will come to understand how intertwined, interdependence and fundamental the law is in all aspects of life.
PrerequisitesThe course demands a minimum of a B2 level of English and students will be presumed to have studied some law before starting the course. The course is aimed towards students who may want to work in the international sectors of law.
Didattics MethodsFrontal Lessons
Other informationsCourse written by CIB – use of computer, web sites, cd/dvd’s.
Grading rulesPass only. Written exam of 2 hours. The written exam will have a choice of between 8 - 10 questions of which candidates have to answer TWO ONLY. Each question will be divided into two parts, A&B. Part A (worth 15 marks) will consist of questions requiring short factual answers, while Part B ( worth 25 marks) will require a full discursive answer. Candidates should answer both parts. Credit will be given for content and language and to candidates who try to express their own views. Active participation in class will also be reflected in candidates final assessment.
Full arguments• Relationship between the three course elements, economics, finance and law • The role of and necessity of the law • The notions of legitimacy, authority and power • Constitutions – their role in limiting power and conferring legitimacy • Different types of Law – private/public/civil/criminal • Sources of Law – primary, secondary, case, consolidated, European. • Common Law • The Court System • Criminal proceedings • Civil procedure • Tribunals and Administrative Law • European Law • Judges, barristers & solicitors. This course is judged not only on language ability but also on content and therefore international certification will not exempt anyone from doing the exam except for those who have an ILEC certificate. The Department positively encourages students to take external examinations (such as the Cambridge exams ,TOEFL and IELTS) for their own value. They play a vital role in a student’s armoury for future job opportunities. Advice and assistance in enrolling and taking these exams is available at any time. B2 – First Certificate of English (FCE), Business English Course – Vantage. C1 – Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), Business English Course (Higher). B2/C1 - International Legal English Course (ILEC), International English Language Testing System ( IELTS ) and TOEFL.
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CourseLINGUA INGLESE II
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
Year2
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
Abstract• Relationship between the three course elements, economics, finance and law • The role of and necessity of the law • The notions of legitimacy, authority and power • Constitutions – their role in limiting power and conferring legitimacy • Different types of Law – private/public/civil/criminal • Sources of Law – primary, secondary, case, consolidated, European. • Common Law • The Court System • Criminal proceedings • Civil procedure • Tribunals and Administrative Law • European Law • Judges, barristers & solicitors.
Reference textsThere is no course book but students might find English in Use by Brown & Rice– CUP and Legal English by Mackay & Charlton –Longman useful. Law Reports in Guardian (free).
Teaching targetsThe objectives of this course are to improve students’ ability to not only understand but use language, to bridge the gap linguistically between everyday English and the more specialist world of legal and economic English. The course will outline the main differences between Roman Law and Common Law, the adversarial and jury systems giving the student the necessary understanding of the basic concepts of English Law and relevant commercial terminology. The course will explore the role that law plays in society, and the relationship between the law and the worlds of business and financial. It will seek to broaden the linguistic and lexical scope of students who will come to understand how intertwined, interdependence and fundamental the law is in all aspects of life.
PrerequisitesThe course demands a minimum of a B2 level of English and students will be presumed to have studied some law before starting the course. The course is aimed towards students who may want to work in the international sectors of law.
Didattics MethodsFrontal Lessons
Other informationsCourse written by CIB – use of computer, web sites, cd/dvd’s.
Grading rulesPass only. Written exam of 2 hours. The written exam will have a choice of between 8 - 10 questions of which candidates have to answer TWO ONLY. Each question will be divided into two parts, A&B. Part A (worth 15 marks) will consist of questions requiring short factual answers, while Part B ( worth 25 marks) will require a full discursive answer. Candidates should answer both parts. Credit will be given for content and language and to candidates who try to express their own views. Active participation in class will also be reflected in candidates final assessment.
Full arguments• Relationship between the three course elements, economics, finance and law • The role of and necessity of the law • The notions of legitimacy, authority and power • Constitutions – their role in limiting power and conferring legitimacy • Different types of Law – private/public/civil/criminal • Sources of Law – primary, secondary, case, consolidated, European. • Common Law • The Court System • Criminal proceedings • Civil procedure • Tribunals and Administrative Law • European Law • Judges, barristers & solicitors. This course is judged not only on language ability but also on content and therefore international certification will not exempt anyone from doing the exam except for those who have an ILEC certificate. The Department positively encourages students to take external examinations (such as the Cambridge exams ,TOEFL and IELTS) for their own value. They play a vital role in a student’s armoury for future job opportunities. Advice and assistance in enrolling and taking these exams is available at any time. B2 – First Certificate of English (FCE), Business English Course – Vantage. C1 – Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), Business English Course (Higher). B2/C1 - International Legal English Course (ILEC), International English Language Testing System ( IELTS ) and TOEFL.

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CourseLINGUA INGLESE II
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
Abstract• Relationship between the three course elements, economics, finance and law • The role of and necessity of the law • The notions of legitimacy, authority and power • Constitutions – their role in limiting power and conferring legitimacy • Different types of Law – private/public/civil/criminal • Sources of Law – primary, secondary, case, consolidated, European. • Common Law • The Court System • Criminal proceedings • Civil procedure • Tribunals and Administrative Law • European Law • Judges, barristers & solicitors.
Reference textsThere is no course book but students might find English in Use by Brown & Rice– CUP and Legal English by Mackay & Charlton –Longman useful. Law Reports in Guardian (free).
Teaching targetsThe objectives of this course are to improve students’ ability to not only understand but use language, to bridge the gap linguistically between everyday English and the more specialist world of legal and economic English. The course will outline the main differences between Roman Law and Common Law, the adversarial and jury systems giving the student the necessary understanding of the basic concepts of English Law and relevant commercial terminology. The course will explore the role that law plays in society, and the relationship between the law and the worlds of business and financial. It will seek to broaden the linguistic and lexical scope of students who will come to understand how intertwined, interdependence and fundamental the law is in all aspects of life.
PrerequisitesThe course demands a minimum of a B2 level of English and students will be presumed to have studied some law before starting the course. The course is aimed towards students who may want to work in the international sectors of law.
Didattics MethodsFrontal Lessons
Other informationsCourse written by CIB – use of computer, web sites, cd/dvd’s.
Grading rulesPass only. Written exam of 2 hours. The written exam will have a choice of between 8 - 10 questions of which candidates have to answer TWO ONLY. Each question will be divided into two parts, A&B. Part A (worth 15 marks) will consist of questions requiring short factual answers, while Part B ( worth 25 marks) will require a full discursive answer. Candidates should answer both parts. Credit will be given for content and language and to candidates who try to express their own views. Active participation in class will also be reflected in candidates final assessment.
Full arguments• Relationship between the three course elements, economics, finance and law • The role of and necessity of the law • The notions of legitimacy, authority and power • Constitutions – their role in limiting power and conferring legitimacy • Different types of Law – private/public/civil/criminal • Sources of Law – primary, secondary, case, consolidated, European. • Common Law • The Court System • Criminal proceedings • Civil procedure • Tribunals and Administrative Law • European Law • Judges, barristers & solicitors. This course is judged not only on language ability but also on content and therefore international certification will not exempt anyone from doing the exam except for those who have an ILEC certificate. The Department positively encourages students to take external examinations (such as the Cambridge exams ,TOEFL and IELTS) for their own value. They play a vital role in a student’s armoury for future job opportunities. Advice and assistance in enrolling and taking these exams is available at any time. B2 – First Certificate of English (FCE), Business English Course – Vantage. C1 – Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), Business English Course (Higher). B2/C1 - International Legal English Course (ILEC), International English Language Testing System ( IELTS ) and TOEFL.

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CourseAdvanced criminal procedure
Course IDGM071
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPIATTOLI Barbara
TeachersPIATTOLI Barbara
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/16 - DIRITTO PROCESSUALE PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractEU Criminal Procedure This course is intended as an introduction to EU criminal law and to the instruments for cooperation in criminal matters. It will consider the origins, the institutional system and the legal framework of criminal justice cooperation in the EU. The following topics will be addressed: - EU developments since the Maastricht Treaty. Criminal Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: a new legal basis for action in criminal matters. - The Influence of the European Law on the National Criminal Procedure - Legal instruments dealing with police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Europol Convention, Convention on Mutual legal Assistance, Schengen Convention, European Judicial network, Eurojust, Europol, Olaf) - Tools of Mutual Recognition in the EU: the European Arrest Warrant as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation and its implementation in Member States. - The EU directive on the European Investigation Order - Other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on the rights in the criminal proceedings (EU No. 2010/64; No. 2012/13; No. 2012/29). - The freezing, confiscation and recovery of assets: focus on Directive 2014/42/EU and the state of play in relation to its provisions and its italian transposition - The Institution and the Functioning of a European Public Prosecutor - ECHR and criminal justice: which remedies? - Case Law of the European Court of Justice on the Ne bis in idem Principle. Emphasis will be placed upon the relevance of EU measures for legal practise, but the necessary theoretical background will be provided.
Reference textsManuale di procedura penale europea, a cura di R. Kostoris, Giuffrè, ult. Ediz.
Teaching targetsThe aim is to introduce students to an appropriate knowledge of international cooperation in criminal matters. Students will also learn correct use of EU criminal procedure law instruments. At the end of the course students must be able to use properly EU procedural criminal law sources, to understand and use properly legal therminology.
PrerequisitesCriminal Procedure.
Didattics MethodsLectures (44 hours).
Other informationsWorkshops with judges and lawyers will be organized during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam.
Full argumentsThis course is intended as an introduction to EU criminal law and to the instruments for cooperation in criminal matters. It will consider the origins, the institutional system and the legal framework of criminal justice cooperation in the EU. The following topics will be addressed: - EU developments since the Maastricht Treaty. Criminal Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: a new legal basis for action in criminal matters. - The Influence of the European Law on the National Criminal Procedure - Legal instruments dealing with police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Europol Convention, Convention on Mutual legal Assistance, Schengen Convention, European Judicial network, Eurojust, Europol, Olaf) - Tools of Mutual Recognition in the EU: the European Arrest Warrant as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation and its implementation in Member States. - The EU directive on the European Investigation Order - Other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on the rights in the criminal proceedings (EU No. 2010/64; No. 2012/13; No. 2012/29). -The freezing, confiscation and recovery of assets and focus on Directive 2014/42/EU and the state of play in relation to its provisions and its italian transposition - The Institution and the Functioning of a European Public Prosecutor - ECHR and criminal justice: which remedies? - Case Law of the European Court of Justice on the Ne bis in idem Principle. Emphasis will be placed upon the relevance of EU measures for legal practise, but the necessary theoretical background will be provided.
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CourseAdvanced labour law
Course IDGM072
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSANTINI Fabrizia
TeachersSANTINI Fabrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/07 - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to deepen the main innovations in the field of employment and trade union rights, including on ministerial circulars and the most recent case law.
Reference textsFor attending students: notes taken in class For non-attending students: - F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Il diritto del lavoro. Il rapporto di lavoro subordinato, Utet, Torino, ult. ed. - F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Il diritto del lavoro. Il diritto sindacale, Utet, Torino, ult. ed. The teacher can point out some articles of doctrine to the most recent regulatory changes that have not yet been considered by the volumes of text.
Teaching targetsthorough knowledge of the latest innovations in the field of legislation governing the employment relationship and the right of association. Thanks to methods for providing education (seminar) and exam (preparation of a term paper), the course pays special attention to the growth of skills in the field of written legal texts processing.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized in seminar lessons. Attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended in order to acquire, including through classroom activities, a greater mastery of the subject, the legal vocabulary and understanding of the legislative texts technique that from time to time are analyzed.
Grading rulesIt 'expected to draft a paper to descriptive character for the deepening of specific themes. - Written tests - The final exam will consist in the preparation of a written paper in order to test the students' ability to develop, organize and present data and concepts learned effectively.
Full argumentsDescribed by some scholars as the "year zero" of labor law, the last decade has seen the succession of a series of regulatory measures and events that have significantly changed the labor law. The course aims to deepen, with a focus on economic and political aspects, the changes introduced with the reform Fornero, Letta and Renzi, the cd. "If Fiat" and the last inter-confederation agreements. In order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
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CourseCanon law
Course IDGM008
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/11 - DIRITTO CANONICO E DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe program of Interculturly Law shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; problems of Identity; trailis of accommodation and solution some conflict; religious freedom and citizenship
Reference textsProgram exam : M. Kalid Rhazzali, Comunicazione interculturale e sfera pubblica. Diversità e mediazione nelle istituzioni, Carocci, Roma, 2015 pp. 172. ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam N. Colaianni, Diritto pubblico delle religioni. Eguaglianza e differenze nello Stato costituzionale, il Mulino, Bologna, 2012, pp. 317. M. Ricca, Riace, il futuro è presente. Naturalizzare “il globale” tra immigrazione e sviluppo interculturale, Ed. Dedalo, 2010, pp. 173.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesNothing
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical and social problems; iii) ability of analysis some politics and social problems;
Full argumentsThe main subject of the book is the relationship between discursively shaped social relations, entrenched in the principle of mutual recognition, and the need to punish the perpetrators of communication disruption, involving the commission of an offence in multicultural societies. This work analyses the problem of the intercultural nature of legal discourse and the dispute about the universality of human rights. The author raises the question – crucial yet complicated from a legal and, above all, philosophical and ethical perspective – whether Western societies are entitled to judge the representatives of other, distant, and distinct cultures and to subject this judgment to the relevant sanctions. The answer to that question is sought in universal human rights, which – whilst being grounded in human dignity and meeting the standards of civil society – restore confidence of the victims of rights violation in the correctness and effectiveness of the rules governing the modern world. The answer to this question also has an important practical value, since the negative outcome calls into question the jurisdiction of international criminal tribunals. Key words: Multiculturalism – Legal discourse – Discourse ethics – Criminal law – Punishment – – Cultural defence – Human rights – Mutual recognition – Cosmopolitan norms – Human dignity – Political constructivism – Constructivist community
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CourseCivil law (property)
Course IDGM010
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
TeachersMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractFor attending students The course aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of personhood and property law in order to achieve a solid base to deal with current issues related to the dialectical contrast between persons (subjects) and things (objects). Simultaneously, moot courts activities will take place on various topics of civil (liability, contract, property, personhood and family law). Attending students are required to participate actively in accordance with the schedule and instructions that will be posted on DIR’s site. For non-attending students The course aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of the law of property in order to achieve a solid base to deal with current issues related to the sustainable development of common resources, as well as to participate in political and legal debates about the destiny of things, the extent of property and the limitations of the market economy in areas relating to fundamental rights and personal development.
Reference textsThere is no particular prescribed textbook. As reference material –in addition to essays, encyclopedia entries and articles in specialized journals– it will be proposed readings on some chapters of the following books. A list of references and other course material for attending students will be provided in the first lesson. A lecture notes book will be provided to non-attending students upon specific request to the professor. - F. Alcaro, Riflessioni intorno alla soggettività giuridica: significato di un'evoluzione, Giuffrè, Milano, 1976 - A. Candian, et al., Property – Propriété – Eigentum, Cedam, Padova, 2002 - S. Castignone, Nuovi diritti e nuovi soggetti, Ecig, Genova, 1996 - O. Cayla-Y. Thomas, Il diritto di non nascere. A proposito del caso Perruche, Giuffrè, Milano, 2004 - A. Ciervo, I beni comuni, Ediesse, Roma, 2012 - R. Esposito, Le persone e le cose, Einaudi, Torino, 2014 - R. Esposito, Terza persona. Politica della vita e filosofia dell'impersonale, Einaudi, Torino, 2007 - A. Gambaro, I beni, in Trattato di diritto civile e commerciale diretto da Cicu-Messineo-Mengoni, Giuffrè, Milano, 2012 - U. Mattei, La proprietà, in Trattato di diritto civile, diretto da R. Sacco, Utet, Torino (ultima edizione) - U. Mattei, Beni comuni. Un manifesto, Laterza, Roma-Bari (ultima edizione) - R. Orestano, Azione, diritti soggettivi, persone giuridiche: scienza del diritto e storia, Il mulino, Bologna, 1978 - A. Pisanò, Diritti deumanizzati, Giuffrè, Milano, 2012 - S. Rodotà, Il terribile diritto. Studi sulla proprietà privata e i beni comuni, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2013 - S. Rodotà, Dal soggetto alla persona. Trasfomazioni di una categoria giuridica, in Filosofia del diritto, XXI, n. 3, 2007, 365- 377 - M. Tallacchini, Diritto per la natura, ecologia e filosofia del diritto, Giappichelli, Torino, 1996 - G. Teubner, Ibridi ed attanti. Attori collettivi ed enti non umani nella società e nel diritto, Mimesis, Roma, 2015 - P. Zatti, Persona giuridica e soggettività, Cedam, Padova, 1975K. Thomas, L’uomo e la natura, Einaudi, Torino, 1994 For the moot court competition the following books are highly recommended as a support research material: - Amadio-Macario (a cura di), Diritto civile. Norme, questioni, concetti, 2 vol., ed. Il mulino, Bologna, 2015 - Monateri-Gianti-Siliquini Cinelli, Danno e risarcimento, in Trattato sulla responsabilità civile dir. da P.G. Monateri, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 - M. Lobuono (a cura di), Questioni di diritto privato. Itinerari per l’insegnamento, Giuffrè, 2014
Teaching targetsThe primary objective of this course is to make the student able to reconstruct the fundamental institutions of the law of persons and property in the context of a renewed system of sources – both Italian and comparative - with particular attention to the most recent and significant jurisprudential developments. The training will stimulate the use of interdisciplinary methodological tools in order to furnish students with non-traditional resources to understand the socio-legal phenomena concerning the man-thing relationship. A specific module will be devoted a the seminar activity of moot courts on the various issues of civil law (liability, contract, property, person and family). All students are required to participate actively according to the schedule and the instructions which will be posted on the DIR’s web site. For non-attending the primary objective of this course is to make the student able to reconstruct the fundamental institutions of the law of property in the context of a renewed system of sources – both Italian and comparative - with particular attention to the most recent and significant jurisprudential developments.
Prerequisites- Private law
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized around weekly reading assignments, class discussion rather than lectures. Attendance in recommended. The teaching method consists in lessons devoted to explain the main concepts of the program. Active participation to lectures and theoretical exercises are considered essential factors in assessing the students’ learning degree. During the lessons, we will proceed in classroom discussions on issues and topics identified with students. The subjects, therefore, be dealt with in theory with many references to the rules of interpretation expressed by the courts in applying the law, as well as the comparative experiences in historical contexts, economic and anthropological. The moot court seminar activity allows the discussion of a series of fictitious cases by students organized in small groups in a straight-up elimination tournament.
Grading rulesOral examinations will last about 20 minutes, aimed at verifying that the student, in addition to having mastered the basics tenets of the program, understands the methodological tools which helps to provide original solutions in a wide range of civil law issues.
Full argumentsThe course is devoted to the theoretical and practical study of: (1) the notion of personhood and legal subjectivity; (2) the modern divergence between “subject” and “object”; (3) the theoretical notion of thing (and its taxonomy); (4) critical perspectives about the extension of property; (5) the analysis of hybrid situations (the unborn, the human-body, animals, nature, future generations). The moot court competition (24 hours) is a seminar activity divided in two stages: in the first part the participants (in groups) will have to prepare a written statement of the arguments in their capacity as plaintiff or defendant. In the second part (the adversarial one), the teams will face off exposing their comments orally. At the end of the qualifying rounds, semi-finals and a final, a Board of Judges will announce the winning team. For non-attending students the course is devoted to the theoretical and practical study of three areas in the field of property law: the law of things (general theory and its boundaries), property (historical-dogmatic approach) and commons theory. . In each of these subjects the program refers constantly on the most important theoretical implications in the context of history, economics and anthropology. The training will stimulate the use of interdisciplinary methodological tools in order to furnish students with non-traditional resources to understand the socio-legal phenomena concerning the man-thing relationship.
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CourseCivil procedure
Course IDGM206
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCANALE Guido
TeachersCANALE Guido, BERTOLINO Giulia Paola Elena, FERRARIS Federico, VILLA Alberto
CFU15
Teaching duration (hours)110
Individual study time 265
SSDIUS/15 - DIRITTO PROCESSUALE CIVILE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe annual course faces in the first part the general principles of the trial and the institutes that characterize him/it both with respect to the trial among two only parts both with respect to the trial in which there is more parts in quarrel. In the second part the discipline of the ordinary trial is faced both in first degree and in its phases of impugnazione, to finish with the discipline of the process of execution, or rather the realization than decided by the sentence. The third part faces the special procedures, that is that procedures that offer different systems for the guardianship of the rights, with particular attention to the guardianship to protect.
Reference texts Mandrioli, Corso di diritto processuale civile, Giappichelli, Torino, last edition.  Luiso, Diritto processuale civile, Giuffrè Milano, last edition. It is mandatory to have and to consult an updated code.
Teaching targetsThe course wants to offer a knowledge of the trial both on the general plan of the principles and on that of the norms that discipline him/it; and identical objective characterizes the part devoted to the special procedures
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized with traditional frontal lessons The frequency is recommended
Grading rulesThe exam will be in oral form to check understanding of the principles and rules of civil procedure and the individual special procedures
Full argumentsThis course will aim to address the entire civil process in ordinary practice, the execution of judgments, and, finally, in special procedures. The course shall examine: - constitutional principles of civil procedure - techniques for the protection of rights - conditions for deciding the dispute on the meritse - multi-party proceedings; - the issues of certainty and res giudicata - the fact-finding phase in the first instance proceedings with particular attention to gathering proof and specific pieces of evidence; - appeals in general and specific means of appeal; - labor proceedings as compared to ordinary jurisdiction procedures; - the structure and mechanisms of the execution procedure, in its various forms that may be utilized, with additional regard to general principles of forced execution governed by the civil code; and in particular attachment of personal and real property; orders for delivery or release; execution by way of obligations to undertake actions or not to act; oppositions; suspension and termination of the process; - the principles, rules and mechanisms of the various special procedures that are ever more important in our legal system; and in particular the order for payment procedure; the eviction validation procedure; uniform interim proceedings and protective measures (seizure, anticipated further illegal acts and damages; preventative investigation; urgency); ownership proceedings; spousal separation; divorce; disqualification and incapacitation; ordinary in camera proceedings; the effect of foreign judgments; arbitration.
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CourseCivil procedure
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCANALE Guido
TeachersCANALE Guido, BERTOLINO Giulia Paola Elena
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe annual course faces in the first part the general principles of the trial and the institutes that characterize him/it both with respect to the trial among two only parts both with respect to the trial in which there is more parts in quarrel. In the second part the discipline of the ordinary trial is faced both in first degree and in its phases of impugnazione, to finish with the discipline of the process of execution, or rather the realization than decided by the sentence. The third part faces the special procedures, that is that procedures that offer different systems for the guardianship of the rights, with particular attention to the guardianship to protect.
Reference texts Mandrioli, Corso di diritto processuale civile, Giappichelli, Torino, last edition.  Luiso, Diritto processuale civile, Giuffrè Milano, last edition. It is mandatory to have and to consult an updated code.
Teaching targetsThe course wants to offer a knowledge of the trial both on the general plan of the principles and on that of the norms that discipline him/it; and identical objective characterizes the part devoted to the special procedures
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized with traditional frontal lessons The frequency is recommended
Grading rulesThe exam will be in oral form to check understanding of the principles and rules of civil procedure and the individual special procedures
Full argumentsThis course will aim to address the entire civil process in ordinary practice, the execution of judgments, and, finally, in special procedures. The course shall examine: - constitutional principles of civil procedure - techniques for the protection of rights - conditions for deciding the dispute on the meritse - multi-party proceedings; - the issues of certainty and res giudicata - the fact-finding phase in the first instance proceedings with particular attention to gathering proof and specific pieces of evidence; - appeals in general and specific means of appeal; - labor proceedings as compared to ordinary jurisdiction procedures; - the structure and mechanisms of the execution procedure, in its various forms that may be utilized, with additional regard to general principles of forced execution governed by the civil code; and in particular attachment of personal and real property; orders for delivery or release; execution by way of obligations to undertake actions or not to act; oppositions; suspension and termination of the process; - the principles, rules and mechanisms of the various special procedures that are ever more important in our legal system; and in particular the order for payment procedure; the eviction validation procedure; uniform interim proceedings and protective measures (seizure, anticipated further illegal acts and damages; preventative investigation; urgency); ownership proceedings; spousal separation; divorce; disqualification and incapacitation; ordinary in camera proceedings; the effect of foreign judgments; arbitration.

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CourseCivil procedure
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVILLA Alberto
TeachersFERRARIS Federico, VILLA Alberto
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
Abstractpart 1: General principles governing civil procedure. Ordinary proceeding. Appeals. part 2: Enforcement of judgement, special proceedings, alternative dispute resolution. Handbooks: C. Mandrioli, A. Carratta, Diritto processuale civile, voll. I (Nozioni introduttive e disposizioni generali), II (Il processo ordinario di cognizione), III (I procedimenti speciali, l’arbitrato e la mediazione), IV (L’esecuzione forzata, i procedimenti sommari, cautelari e camerali), XXIII ed., Torino, 2014. or: F.P. Luiso, Diritto processuale civile, voll. I (Principi generali), II (Il processo di cognizione), III (Il processo esecutivo), IV (I procedimenti speciali), V (La risoluzione non giurisdizionale delle controversie), VII ed., Milano, 2013. In any case, students are required to use the Italian Civil procedural code (updated as of today) as well as the Italian Civil code.
Reference textsCourse provides students with the general principles of the Italian civil procedure.
PrerequisitesDeep knowledge of the Italian Constitution and the Italian Civil code.
Didattics MethodsClass lessons.
Grading rulesOral examination.
Full argumentsPart 1: The course deals with the general provisions governing civil trials as well as the first degree proceedings, with special reference to: constitutional grounds; jurisdiction and venue; the judge’s role and the opposing parties; claims and counterclaims; pre-trial and trial phases; evidence proceedings; types of judgements; appeal and Supreme court procedure. Part 2: The course takes into account, on the one hand, the set of rules governing the enforcement of judgement and, on the other hand, some special proceedings provided by our procedural code (i.e. injunctions, summary proceedings). Part of the lessons will also be devoted to the analysis of the s.c. alternative dispute resolution means (A.D.R.).

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CourseComunication skills
Course IDGM140
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco, PASSALACQUA Elena
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseComunication skills
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractTheory and exercise on written and oral communication
Reference textsnone
Teaching targetsImproving communicational skills
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsStandard lessons
Grading rulesFinal relation and presentation
Full argumentsCogniton and communication Attention Egocentrism and communication Tones Cognitive overload chunk and understanding

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CourseComunication skills
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPASSALACQUA Elena
TeachersPASSALACQUA Elena
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractHow to introduce yourself in a professional context. How to improve your own strengths and recognize areas of improvement. The importance of coherence between written and oral presentation.
Reference textsTexts used will be distributed during lessons.
Teaching targetsThe seminar aims at giving indications and tools to develop the ability to effectively communicate one’s own image, emphasizing their own characteristics and strengths. - To communicate in written form one’s own "brand" and be able to represent it best in a professional environment. - Being able to communicate and create a relationship with the HR Managers.
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsFrontal, individual and team work exercises.
Other informationsIt is recommended to attend lessons
Grading rulesAttending students will be tested through written tests, exercises and a final test will be issued related to the topics discussed. Non-attending students will be tested after reading a text about Communication (as previously agreed with the teacher) and an oral examination .
Full arguments- Communication and its rules - Personal Branding – Build and develop your brand - Communication on and off line - Written communication: the curriculum, the first business card - How to realize effectively – Exercises - Individual and group job interviews - Tools and rules - Public Speaking – practical exercises

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CourseCriminology
Course IDG0100
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARSCELLI Daniele
TeachersSCARSCELLI Daniele
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 116
SSDIUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractAfter an introduction to the sociological study of deviance, the major sociological explanations of deviance and crime will be examined: Classical tradition in criminology and Rational Choice Theories; Social Control Theories; Social disorganization, Anomie and Strain Theories; Conflict Theory; Social learning Theory; Labeling Theory. In the second part of the course, the sociological theories will be applied to the study of specific areas of deviance comprising institutions of social control. Two subjects will be examined: illegal drug use and the prison and its effects on the life course of offenders.
Reference textsObligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma (excluding the third paragraph "Applicazione delle teorie ai casi" of each chapter) A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma. Examination program for students who have not attended lectures Obligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma.
Teaching targetsThe course introduces students to sociological perspectives on deviant and criminal behaviour. The objective is to develop the students' ability to think sociologically about deviance and crime in society
Prerequisites------
Didattics MethodsTo pursue the educational goals of the course, the presentation of the sociological theories adopted to explain the deviance and crime will be integrated, even with the help of audiovisual material and literature pieces, from exercises and seminars in which the students will have the opportunity to apply the theories learned to specific cases. The frequency is therefore recommended.
Other informationsThe educational material used during the lessons will be made available to students on the DIR online platform.
Grading rulesAt the end of the first part of the course (the institutional one), there will be a test (not rated) to verify the learning of sociological theories on deviance. The final exam consists of a written test. This test includes a series of open answers: some answers about the institutional part of the course (the reference text is Scarscelli-Vidoni, La Devianza) and a answer on the text of your choice (Scarscelli, Il consume di droghe or Vianello, Il Carcere). Concerning the assessment of the content of the institutional part, the students must demonstrate that they have acquired the knowledge of the main theories sociology of deviance and be able to recognize the policy implications of each criminal theory. As regards, instead, the assessment of the monographic part, the students must demonstrate that they have acquired the knowledge of the most significant contents of the selected text. The final test duration is 2 and a half hours.
Full argumentsThe course is organized into two parts. In the first part, the major sociological explanations of deviance will be examined and the relationship between these sociological explanations and ways in which social control is carried out in practice will also be analyzed. In the second part of the course, the sociological theories will be applied to the study of specific areas of deviance comprising institutions of social control. Examination program for students who have attended lectures Obligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma (excluding the third paragraph "Applicazione delle teorie ai casi" of each chapter) A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma. Examination program for students who have not attended lectures Obligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma.
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CourseDIRITTO INTERCULTURALE
Course IDGI0009
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/11 - DIRITTO CANONICO E DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe program of Interculturly Law shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; problems of Identity; trailis of accommodation and solution some conflict; religious freedom and citizenship
Reference textsProgram exam : M. Kalid Rhazzali, Comunicazione interculturale e sfera pubblica. Diversità e mediazione nelle istituzioni, Carocci, Roma, 2015 pp. 172. ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam N. Colaianni, Diritto pubblico delle religioni. Eguaglianza e differenze nello Stato costituzionale, il Mulino, Bologna, 2012, pp. 317. M. Ricca, Riace, il futuro è presente. Naturalizzare “il globale” tra immigrazione e sviluppo interculturale, Ed. Dedalo, 2010, pp. 173.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesNothing
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical and social problems; iii) ability of analysis some politics and social problems;
Full argumentsThe main subject of the book is the relationship between discursively shaped social relations, entrenched in the principle of mutual recognition, and the need to punish the perpetrators of communication disruption, involving the commission of an offence in multicultural societies. This work analyses the problem of the intercultural nature of legal discourse and the dispute about the universality of human rights. The author raises the question – crucial yet complicated from a legal and, above all, philosophical and ethical perspective – whether Western societies are entitled to judge the representatives of other, distant, and distinct cultures and to subject this judgment to the relevant sanctions. The answer to that question is sought in universal human rights, which – whilst being grounded in human dignity and meeting the standards of civil society – restore confidence of the victims of rights violation in the correctness and effectiveness of the rules governing the modern world. The answer to this question also has an important practical value, since the negative outcome calls into question the jurisdiction of international criminal tribunals. Key words: Multiculturalism – Legal discourse – Discourse ethics – Criminal law – Punishment – – Cultural defence – Human rights – Mutual recognition – Cosmopolitan norms – Human dignity – Political constructivism – Constructivist community
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CourseDIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE
Course IDGM022
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersCOSCIA Giuseppe, ROSSI Piercarlo
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/13 - DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseDIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCOSCIA Giuseppe
TeachersCOSCIA Giuseppe
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractGuidance in the identification of problems appplicativi
Reference textsMosconi and Campiglio , Private International Law and Procedure , Vol I and 2 , latest edition . It can be neglected the study of the Italian rules of private international law and Italian procedural different object from that dealt with by the Community regulations . Firm the study of the general provisions of international private and procedural law. Please note that the Regulation 2201/2003 is the latest edition examined in Vol . 2 of the recommended text .
Teaching targetsBasic knowledge
Prerequisitesthose provided
Didattics Methodsnone
Other informationsjudgments commented in the classroom
Grading rulesoral tests
Full argumentsPrivate international law and procedural : terminology, domestic and international sources and their coordination . The international jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments with particular reference to regulations 44/2001 and 1215/2012 and the 2201/2003 reg . The general theory of private international law , the coordination between legal systems and techniques accepted in the general theory or specific Italian regulations. The conflict rules in contractual and non-contractual matters ( reg.ti 593/2008 and 864/2007 ) .
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GIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GI0005 DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseDIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderROSSI Piercarlo
TeachersROSSI Piercarlo
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course is about the history and the main features of private international law.
Reference textsFor attendants, lecture notes and materials provided during the lessons For non attendants, B. Barel, S. Armellini, Diritto internazionale privato, Giuffré, 2015.
Teaching targetsThe final goal is to improve the understanding about the private international law, mainly the European one.
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsLectures and analysis of case law.
Other informationsA Theoretical-practical Laboratory will be implemented.
Grading rulesOral examination.
Full argumentsPrivate international law: introduction and its relationship with international law. Private international law: sources. Private international law: doctrines. The Italian Law. The international and European rules. Main institutes.

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CourseDIRITTO PUBBLICO ECONOMIA
Course IDGM035
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio
TeachersBRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Course aims to promote the comprehension of different models to rule the markets in their historical evolution e in their current european and national discipline. Particularly considered will be the issues concerning the relationship between independent regulation, industrial policy and competition.
Reference textsF. Trimarchi Banfi, Lezioni di diritto pubblico dell’economia, Giappichelli, 2014
Teaching targetsThe knowledge of the legal instruments with which public powers regulate and influence entrepreneurial activities and garantee public services is fundamental to understand economical system. The Course aims to supply the essential basis of this knowledge, particularly analyzing the different forms of market regulation and the discipline of economical geneneral interest services.
Didattics MethodsThe first part of the Course is based on the Professor’s lessons. The second part, however will have a seminarial character.
Other informationsBeyond the textbook previously suggested, the Professor will give students acts concerning jurisprudence and rules. The Professor is available to give student didactic support in his reception hours.
Grading rulesFor every student it’s provided an oral examination. Attending students can prepare a brief paper about issues indicated by the Professor,
Full argumentsTheoretical models of market discipline. The historical evolution of those models: the regulatory State and the new industrial policy. Different tipes of regulation. Regulation and competition. Economical general interest services, liberalization and pro-competitive regulation. Protection of the users and of the system security and universal service. Competition law, State aids, public contracts. Freedom of movement.

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CourseDiritto dello sport
Course IDGI0006
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian language
AbstractThe course relates to the study of Sport Law, with reference to European and Italian standards, as well as the sport federations.
Reference textsStudents attending lectures: the material recommended in class. Students not attending lectures: M. Sannino-F. Verde, Il diritto sportivo, Cedam, latest edition, otherwise G. Valori, Il diritto nello sport, Giappichelli, latest edtion. The manuals will be completed with the knowledge of the new Sport Justice Code and of Italian Constitutional Court, judgment no. 49 of 2011.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide an overview of the most important aspects of Sport Law, highlighting the characteristics of real microsystem in the legal system. Particular importance will be given to the principles established in international and European Law - Civil, Criminal and Administrative Law - as well as the themes of Sport Justice.
PrerequisitesIt is necessary that the students have already passed the examination of Administrative Law and have acquired the knowledge of the basics of the Criminal and Civil Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures with employment of material handed out during the lessons
Grading rulesOral examination. You can submit a paper on a monographic topic adsegned by the teacher
Full argumentsThe course explores the themes of Sport Law related to European legislation with regard to the transfer of athletes, State aids, conformity to the basics of free competition. In reference to Criminal Law it will be emphasized the issue of sport justifications; with regard to the Civil Law will face to the issues of responsability of football clubs. Particular attention will be given about DASPO and hooliganism. The last section of the course will be devoted to Sport Justice.

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CourseECONOMIA COGNITIVA E SPERIMENTALE
Course IDGI0012
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
AbstractBehavioural economics, experimental economics, cognitive economics
Reference textsPapers
Teaching targetsKnowing the main results of behavioural economics and its main application to firms, law, consumer. Stimulating students to reason on knowledge, motivation and incentive, expertise and learning.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLessons
Other informationsOn line quizzes
Grading rulesMultiple choice test with 34 questions
Full argumentsIndividual perception, human senses and memory Rationality and cognitive biases Learning and routines Consumer behaviour Behavioural Law and Economics and Nudge
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CourseEnvironmental law
Course IDGM003
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera, BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Course will analyse fundamental principles and rules of Environmental Law in UE and Italy and the Jurispudence of Court of Justice, Constitutional Court and national administrative, civil and criminal courts concerning the different issues of Environmental Law
Reference textsG. Rossi (a cura di), Diritto dell’ambiente, Giappichelli, Torino, 2015 (only the following parts: all the first Part; in the second Part, only the chapters II, III, IV, VII, X, XI, XII ; in the third Part, only the chapters I, II, V e VII).
Teaching targetsThe knowledge of Environmental Law today is essential not only for lawyers and judges but also for who works in public administrations and in private companies. The Course aims to supply the essential basis of this knowledge, particularly analyzing some specific issues, like environmental procedures, water and air protection, waste and recovery.
PrerequisitesAdministrative Law I will be done.
Didattics MethodsThe first part of the Course is based on the Professor’s lessons. The second part, however will have a seminarial character.
Other informationsBeyond the textbook previously suggested, the Professor will give students acts concerning jurisprudence and rules. The Professor is available to give student didactic support in his reception hours.
Grading rulesFor every student it’s provided an oral examination. Attending students can prepare a brief paper about issues indicated by the Professor,
Full argumentsThe Course will analyse the european and national discipline regarding the environment protection. It provides a general part, concerning the essential principles defined by EU Treaty and the complex system of legislative and administrative competences, and a special part, regarding the different sectors in which the Environmental Law is subdivided. Particular attention will be given to european, constitutional and administrative jurisprudence.
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CourseEuropean labour law
Course IDGM184
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSANTINI Fabrizia
TeachersSANTINI Fabrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/07 - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe right of the EU's work: the Community principles and directives that impact on labor law and the national trade union law.
Reference textsFor attending students.: notes and additional material made available by the teacher. not attending Students: P. Tosi – F. Lunardon, Introduzione al diritto del lavoro, 2. L’ordinamento europeo, Laterza, Bari, ult. ed.
Teaching targetsThe course is designed for students interested in European Union law as a complementary to the improvement of knowledge of the right of EU member states; as well as students interested in genarle to labor law, now more than ever influenced by Community policies and strictly interpreted in relation to them, both in the field of public employment in the private sector. The methods of teaching (theoretical lessons and insights jurisprudential) enable effective learning of the matter, it is always updated to the latest laws, both case law
PrerequisitesGoing to deepen the regulative principles of labor law at the supranational level, the course does not require knowledge of the national labor law.
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized in seminar lessons. Attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended in order to acquire, including through classroom activities, a greater mastery of the subject, the legal vocabulary and understanding of the legislative texts technique that from time to time are analyzed.
Other informationsAny additional material will be made available at the course page of Dir.
Grading rulesIt 'expected to draft a paper to descriptive character for the deepening of some institutions. - Written tests - The final exam will consist in the preparation of a written paper in order to test the students' ability to develop, organize and present data and concepts learned effectively
Full argumentsThe European labor law: birth and sources. The employment policy of the European Community: the discipline of the free movement of workers employed. Individual labor relations: non-standard employment; the prohibition of discrimination in the workplace; the protection of working conditions (improvement of the working environment, working mothers, the work of minors, working hours). Restructuring, corporate crisis and rights of the employers. The rights to information and participation of workers in company management. Collective relations. Collective bargaining: the representation of the European social partners; the European collective agreement in the system of sources, collective bargaining and Member States' transposition of the directives. In order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
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CourseEuropean law and religion
Course IDGI0010
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto, ANGELUCCI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/11 - DIRITTO CANONICO E DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; parallel societies; Islamic extremism; loss of democratic freedoms; a possible clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression.
Reference textsProgram exam : ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam ♦ P. Consorti, Diritto e religione, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2015, pp. 303.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesKnowledge the principles of Constitutional and Private Law
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical problems; iii) ability of analysis some sentences; iv) ability to application of the rules and ability to resolution a pratical case.
Full argumentsThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: Introduction In the still young 21st century, Europeans have much to be thankful for. Overall, their lives are freer, healthier, safer, richer, more peaceful and likely to be longer than those of their forebears in earlier centuries – and, alas, those of their contemporaries in many other parts of the world. They have eschewed many inhumane practices of times past, including the death penalty, and have accepted a degree of responsibility for each other’s welfare in times of misfortune. Not only in the 27 member states of the European Union (EU), but in all 47 member states of the Council of Europe, the rights and freedoms – though still too often violated and neglected – are anchored in the European Convention on Human Rights and supported by the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. Rising intolerance. Will be any considerations about the phenomenon that causes us greatest alarm, and seems to us to be manifested in the hostile and discriminatory treatment to which minority groups, including national and religious minorities, are also victims of various forms of discrimination throughout Europe, but we note particularly the spread of intolerance and hostility against the following groups. Discrimination. Will be examineted the problems about the prejudice against immigrants, people of recent migrant origin. Discrimination appears to be especially widespread, and to have very harmful effects, in the following areas: employment; housing; education; healthcare and social services; and the actions of the police and law courts. Parallel societies. In the course will be examined still the problem about The emergence of parallel societies. This problem has several dangerous consequences. First, social and economic deprivation can lead to unrest, which is not necessarily related to cultural or religious grievances. Second, members of the new, better educated middle class, growing up in a closed society within an open one, become increasingly indignant at the lack of upward social mobility, and may suffer from a kind of “cultural schizophrenia”. Members of this group are prone to radicalisation. Third, due to their closed nature, parallel societies often provide cover for criminal activities, and in some cases for terrorist network. Islamic extremism. Will be doing some considerations about the Islamic extremisn. Although Islam has existed in Europe for many years, the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, as well as subsequent similarly dramatic attacks in Europe (notably those in Madrid, March 2004; London, July 2005; and a whole series of attacks in Moscow, most recently at Domodedovo airport in February 2011), have given rise to the perception that terrorism is a feature of Islam as such. It is sometimes even claimed that “not all Muslims are terrorists, but nearly all terrorists are Muslims”. Loss of democratic freedoms. Tormented by the twin fear of being “swamped” by an uncontrolled influx of immigrants and/or massacred by Islamic terrorists, Europeans look to the state to protect them, and political leaders fear they have little chance of re-election if they are seen to fail on either front. States are thus under constant pressure to tighten controls on immigration and to keep potential or suspected terrorists under very close observation. Too often, it is assumed that there is a direct trade-off between security and civil liberties, and governments feel obliged to restrict the latter in the hope of guaranteeing the former. Yet the trade-off is highly questionable: civil liberties are the essential prerequisite of democracy, and the citizen’s freedom to live as he or she chooses is the essence of what security is there to protect. And although the majority may at times need to be protected from the designs of a small and violent minority, unless members of minorities also feel free and secure the number of those willing to resort to violence is likely to grow. Therefore we believe that the overreaction of the state and the imposition of excessive controls do indeed represent a serious risk to the health and strength of our European democracies. Clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression. There is thus a danger that a fundamental freedom, that of expression, may come to be eroded through the anxiety of some European elites to avoid further alienating an important minority, or through the fear of provoking acts of violence. The alleged conflict between freedom of expression and freedom of religion, and the lack of consensus about how and exactly where the frontiers of freedom of expression should be drawn, do therefore pose a threat to some of Europe’s most cherished values.
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CourseEuropean law and religion
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; parallel societies; Islamic extremism; loss of democratic freedoms; a possible clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression.
Reference textsProgram exam : ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam ♦ P. Consorti, Diritto e religione, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2015, pp. 303.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesKnowledge the principles of Constitutional and Private Law
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical problems; iii) ability of analysis some sentences; iv) ability to application of the rules and ability to resolution a pratical case.
Full argumentsThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: Introduction In the still young 21st century, Europeans have much to be thankful for. Overall, their lives are freer, healthier, safer, richer, more peaceful and likely to be longer than those of their forebears in earlier centuries – and, alas, those of their contemporaries in many other parts of the world. They have eschewed many inhumane practices of times past, including the death penalty, and have accepted a degree of responsibility for each other’s welfare in times of misfortune. Not only in the 27 member states of the European Union (EU), but in all 47 member states of the Council of Europe, the rights and freedoms – though still too often violated and neglected – are anchored in the European Convention on Human Rights and supported by the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. Rising intolerance. Will be any considerations about the phenomenon that causes us greatest alarm, and seems to us to be manifested in the hostile and discriminatory treatment to which minority groups, including national and religious minorities, are also victims of various forms of discrimination throughout Europe, but we note particularly the spread of intolerance and hostility against the following groups. Discrimination. Will be examineted the problems about the prejudice against immigrants, people of recent migrant origin. Discrimination appears to be especially widespread, and to have very harmful effects, in the following areas: employment; housing; education; healthcare and social services; and the actions of the police and law courts. Parallel societies. In the course will be examined still the problem about The emergence of parallel societies. This problem has several dangerous consequences. First, social and economic deprivation can lead to unrest, which is not necessarily related to cultural or religious grievances. Second, members of the new, better educated middle class, growing up in a closed society within an open one, become increasingly indignant at the lack of upward social mobility, and may suffer from a kind of “cultural schizophrenia”. Members of this group are prone to radicalisation. Third, due to their closed nature, parallel societies often provide cover for criminal activities, and in some cases for terrorist network. Islamic extremism. Will be doing some considerations about the Islamic extremisn. Although Islam has existed in Europe for many years, the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, as well as subsequent similarly dramatic attacks in Europe (notably those in Madrid, March 2004; London, July 2005; and a whole series of attacks in Moscow, most recently at Domodedovo airport in February 2011), have given rise to the perception that terrorism is a feature of Islam as such. It is sometimes even claimed that “not all Muslims are terrorists, but nearly all terrorists are Muslims”. Loss of democratic freedoms. Tormented by the twin fear of being “swamped” by an uncontrolled influx of immigrants and/or massacred by Islamic terrorists, Europeans look to the state to protect them, and political leaders fear they have little chance of re-election if they are seen to fail on either front. States are thus under constant pressure to tighten controls on immigration and to keep potential or suspected terrorists under very close observation. Too often, it is assumed that there is a direct trade-off between security and civil liberties, and governments feel obliged to restrict the latter in the hope of guaranteeing the former. Yet the trade-off is highly questionable: civil liberties are the essential prerequisite of democracy, and the citizen’s freedom to live as he or she chooses is the essence of what security is there to protect. And although the majority may at times need to be protected from the designs of a small and violent minority, unless members of minorities also feel free and secure the number of those willing to resort to violence is likely to grow. Therefore we believe that the overreaction of the state and the imposition of excessive controls do indeed represent a serious risk to the health and strength of our European democracies. Clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression. There is thus a danger that a fundamental freedom, that of expression, may come to be eroded through the anxiety of some European elites to avoid further alienating an important minority, or through the fear of provoking acts of violence. The alleged conflict between freedom of expression and freedom of religion, and the lack of consensus about how and exactly where the frontiers of freedom of expression should be drawn, do therefore pose a threat to some of Europe’s most cherished values.
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CourseEuropean law and religion
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderANGELUCCI Antonio
TeachersANGELUCCI Antonio
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; parallel societies; Islamic extremism; loss of democratic freedoms; a possible clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression.
Reference textsProgram exam : ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam ♦ P. Consorti, Diritto e religione, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2015, pp. 303.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesKnowledge the principles of Constitutional and Private Law
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical problems; iii) ability of analysis some sentences; iv) ability to application of the rules and ability to resolution a pratical case.
Full argumentsThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: Introduction In the still young 21st century, Europeans have much to be thankful for. Overall, their lives are freer, healthier, safer, richer, more peaceful and likely to be longer than those of their forebears in earlier centuries – and, alas, those of their contemporaries in many other parts of the world. They have eschewed many inhumane practices of times past, including the death penalty, and have accepted a degree of responsibility for each other’s welfare in times of misfortune. Not only in the 27 member states of the European Union (EU), but in all 47 member states of the Council of Europe, the rights and freedoms – though still too often violated and neglected – are anchored in the European Convention on Human Rights and supported by the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. Rising intolerance. Will be any considerations about the phenomenon that causes us greatest alarm, and seems to us to be manifested in the hostile and discriminatory treatment to which minority groups, including national and religious minorities, are also victims of various forms of discrimination throughout Europe, but we note particularly the spread of intolerance and hostility against the following groups. Discrimination. Will be examineted the problems about the prejudice against immigrants, people of recent migrant origin. Discrimination appears to be especially widespread, and to have very harmful effects, in the following areas: employment; housing; education; healthcare and social services; and the actions of the police and law courts. Parallel societies. In the course will be examined still the problem about The emergence of parallel societies. This problem has several dangerous consequences. First, social and economic deprivation can lead to unrest, which is not necessarily related to cultural or religious grievances. Second, members of the new, better educated middle class, growing up in a closed society within an open one, become increasingly indignant at the lack of upward social mobility, and may suffer from a kind of “cultural schizophrenia”. Members of this group are prone to radicalisation. Third, due to their closed nature, parallel societies often provide cover for criminal activities, and in some cases for terrorist network. Islamic extremism. Will be doing some considerations about the Islamic extremisn. Although Islam has existed in Europe for many years, the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, as well as subsequent similarly dramatic attacks in Europe (notably those in Madrid, March 2004; London, July 2005; and a whole series of attacks in Moscow, most recently at Domodedovo airport in February 2011), have given rise to the perception that terrorism is a feature of Islam as such. It is sometimes even claimed that “not all Muslims are terrorists, but nearly all terrorists are Muslims”. Loss of democratic freedoms. Tormented by the twin fear of being “swamped” by an uncontrolled influx of immigrants and/or massacred by Islamic terrorists, Europeans look to the state to protect them, and political leaders fear they have little chance of re-election if they are seen to fail on either front. States are thus under constant pressure to tighten controls on immigration and to keep potential or suspected terrorists under very close observation. Too often, it is assumed that there is a direct trade-off between security and civil liberties, and governments feel obliged to restrict the latter in the hope of guaranteeing the former. Yet the trade-off is highly questionable: civil liberties are the essential prerequisite of democracy, and the citizen’s freedom to live as he or she chooses is the essence of what security is there to protect. And although the majority may at times need to be protected from the designs of a small and violent minority, unless members of minorities also feel free and secure the number of those willing to resort to violence is likely to grow. Therefore we believe that the overreaction of the state and the imposition of excessive controls do indeed represent a serious risk to the health and strength of our European democracies. Clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression. There is thus a danger that a fundamental freedom, that of expression, may come to be eroded through the anxiety of some European elites to avoid further alienating an important minority, or through the fear of provoking acts of violence. The alleged conflict between freedom of expression and freedom of religion, and the lack of consensus about how and exactly where the frontiers of freedom of expression should be drawn, do therefore pose a threat to some of Europe’s most cherished values.

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CourseGARANZIE DEI DIRITTI FONDAMENTALI
Course IDGI0011
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTRIPODINA Chiara
TeachersTRIPODINA Chiara
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/09 - ISTITUZIONI DI DIRITTO PUBBLICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to put the focus on fundamental rights and their guarantees, and constitutional duties.
Reference textsFor attending: the texts will be specified and made available by the teacher during classes. For not attending: P. Caretti, I diritti fondamentali, Torino, Giappichelli, ult. ed.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to enable students to learn about the fundamental rights in the Italian Constitution and in the european and international Bill of rights, throug study of the legal, jurisprudential and doctrinal reference data. It is also proposed to make students able to draw up a critical essay on the theme of the course, through the teaching of the basic elements of research and legal writing.
PrerequisitesIt’s necessary to have passed the examination of Constitutional Law.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be developed through frontal lessons lectures, alternating with lessons during which students will be asked to read (preventive home) and comment (in the classroom) of texts assigned during the lectures. The attendance is mandatory.
Grading rulesThe active and constant participation of the students during the lessons is required and will be assessed. The learning will be verified with a question on the frontal lessons teaching issues, and with the assessment of the report, each student will have to prepare in writing and explain in oral form.
Full argumentsI. RIGHTS: generations of rights; national, european and international sources of rights; formal and substantial equality; freedom; social rights; "new rights"; rights on bioethics. II: WARRANTIES: laws; the judgments of the courts; "dialogue between the courts"; crisis and ransom of representative democracy; duties as a guarantee of rights. III: WORKSHOP: reading essays, laws, rulings and critical note.

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CourseGIUSTIZIA COSTITUZIONALE
Course IDGM048
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLUTHER Jorg
TeachersLUTHER Jorg
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/08 - DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseGIUSTIZIA COSTITUZIONALE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLUTHER Jorg
TeachersLUTHER Jorg
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractConstitutional justice is the branch of the legal order that is ruling over the way to resolve controversies with questions of constitutional law. Being the study of constitutional justice the first study of process law, the student will start to navigate in the world of practices and enter the judicial life of constitutional law. He has to learn how to refer and assess judicial decisions and to judge laws, touching the tensions between law and politics in the constitution.
Reference textsG. Zagrebelsky, V. Marcenò, Giustizia costituzionale, last edition, Bologna, Il Mulino.(at least 300 pages freely choisen by the student among chapters and sections) Students may ask for other books (ad es. E. Malfatti, S. Panizza, R. Romboli, Giustizia costituzionale, Torino, Giappichelli, ult. ed.), even in English, French, Spanish or German. They may agree additional lectures (for ex. S. Cassese, Dentro la Corte, Bologna 2015).
Teaching targetsThe course aims to deepen the first notions of constitutional institutions through a study of the judicial protections at work through the practices that transform the written constitution and its interpretations into living constitutional law. In constitutional justice theories of constitution get mixed with judicial practices of all other barnches of law. That offers a first approach to the general theory of process and to the mechanisms of judicial power. Analysing the sources of the law of constitutional process and the organisation of the Constitutionbal court, the student learns to design the Italian system of constitutional justice and to focus the main critical aspects, even in the relationship with other systems of national and international systems of constitutional justice. The study of cases and decisions helps to learn traditional and new argomentation tools of constitutionalist. The student will analyse and critizise constitutional judgments, refer cases and develop procedural strategies in order to promote new questions of constitutionality. The following competences and abilities will be formed: 1) a deepened knowledge of constitutional law, specially its judicial use in conflicts rleated to powers and rights, 2) special knowledge of the main problems of the law of constitutional justice of the organisation of the constitutional court, with historical and compartive skills, 3) competence to get access to the sources of the law of constitutional justice, 4) competence to refer on a case of constitutional justice to be promoted, pending or decided, 5) competence for interpretation e evaluation of a constitutional judgment, even in the context of precedents and traditions of jurisprudence, 6) competence to assess legal arguments and opinions in substantial or procedural constitutional law, 7) competence to analyse carreers and virtues of constitutional judges, 8) competenceto assess the role of the Constitutional court in the development of the constitutional system.
PrerequisitesThe course of Constitutional Justice requires basic knowledge of constitutional and/or institutions of public law (9 credits). The ability to navigate in internet is requested. A second european language could be useful.
Didattics MethodsLectures will be integrated by case studies and anlysis. Methodology is more inductive than deductive and more interactive than unilateral, being requested an active partcipation of students that have to use the sources of law and the materials offered by the teacher. Frequency is highly recommended.
Other informationsTeacher will offer a reader of the sources of law needed (electronic format) and a reader of leading cases of Italian constitutional jurisprudence. He will be engaged himself in active tutorship, eventually supported by (former) students of the doctorate.
Grading rulesThe examination is written and/or oral and can be held in English, French, Spanish or German. Students not attending lessons will be examined on the ufficial books. The reader of sources of law can be used. After the second unsuccessful written examination, an oral examination will be requested. L’esame è scritto e orale. Per gli studenti non frequentanti verte sui testi di riferimento. For students attending the lessons, the examination could consist in the oral and written presentation of a constitutional judgment agreed in advance with the teacher and in accordance with the methods, technical norms and questionaries offered during the lessons.
Full arguments1. The study of the law of constitutional justice 2. History and geography of constitutional justice 3. The constituitional judge and the organisation of a Constitutional Court 4. Inconstitutionality of laws: objects and parameters of control 5. Proceedings of incidental and direct demands of review 6. Typology and effects of decisions 7. Constitutional conflicts among territories and powers 8. Jurisdiction on referenda and impeachments 9. Constitutional justice within the European Union 10. Constitutional judges and international judges

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CourseGIUSTIZIA COSTITUZIONALE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Year3
SiteNOVARA

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CourseHistory of economic thought
Course IDGM066
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSPADA Anna
TeachersSPADA Anna
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/04 - STORIA DEL PENSIERO ECONOMICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHistory of History of Economic Thought: pre-classical, classical and neoclassical economists and schools.
Reference textsH.LANDRETH – D. COLANDER, Storia del Pensiero Economico, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1996 C. NAPOLEONI - F. RANCHETTI, Il pensiero economico del 900, Torino, Einaudi,ult. ed.
Teaching targetsKey economic theories, and social, historical and epistemological grounds of their origins, evolution and spread. Competences in applying different economic ideas in particular to current economic issues.
PrerequisitesPolitical Economy
Didattics MethodsTraditional lesson; laboratories on texts; ICT (prize, videoscribe)
Grading rules2 intermediate tests tests are aimed at verify the acquisition of knowledge and the ability to apply them in the critical analysis of economic issues. Each test consists of two parts: 1) multiple choice / fill-in-the-blank questions (15 points); 2) semi-structured questions with open short responses (lines 10/15) that also include a comment to one of the texts analyzed during the course (15 points). Students with Specific Learning Disorders are eligible to dispensatory and compensatory instruments and measures, as determined at art.5, c.1 of Law 170/2010.
Full argumentsIntroduction Pre-classical economics: classical philosophy, Scholastics, Mercantilism e Physiocracy Classical Economics and Marx: Adam Smith and David Ricardo Jean-Baptiste Say and Thomas Malthus John Stuart Mill Karl Marx Classical History of Economic Thought: William Stanley Jevons, Carl Menger and Léon Walras Vilfredo Pareto, Lionel Robbins Alfred Marshall and neoclassical economics Alfred Marshall e the method of economics Piero Sraffa Joan Robinson Edward Chamberlin Joseph Schumpeter John Maynard Keynes Heterodox Economic Thought Behavioural economics and cognitive economics: Herbert Simon and Friedrich von Hayek Arrow-Debreu Neoclassical Synthesis The Chicago School Last Developments of Economic Thought Texts Analysis of Main Economists Works

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CourseHistory of roman law
Course IDGM065
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco, LIGIOS Maria Antonietta
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/18 - DIRITTO ROMANO E DIRITTI DELL'ANTICHITÀ
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will focus on the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
Reference textsThe examination will have to be prepared on the following text, to be studied in its entirety: F. ARCARIA - O. LICANDRO, Diritto romano. I. Storia costituzionale di Roma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014. Attending students will also study the additional text to be agreed for the drafting of the final report.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
PrerequisitesNot any.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. The course will be conducted in a seminar format, and lead to insights on specific topics identified by mutual agreement with the interested students, which will in any case required to draft of a final written report.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes. The drafting of the written report will contribute into the evaluation of the attending students, adding to their oral exposure.
Full argumentsThe Age of the Origins: Birth of Rome. The city and the Kings. The Etruscan Monarchy in the Roman Tradition. The Servian Reform. Fall of the Monarchy and establishment of the Republic. The first ius, knowledge of the Pontiffs, the paradigm of the responsum. Hypothesis of the first written Laws. The Age of the Republic: the constitution of the Roman Republic. The Origins of the Consulate. The emergence of the conflict between patricians and plebeians. The Twelve Tables: Legislative decemvirate the patrician-plebeian compromise, the ‘pontifical revenge’. The structure of the Respublica: the Republican Magistrates, the Popular Assemblies, the Republican Senate. The eclipse of the Pontiffs. People and laws, magistrates and edicts. The organization forms of Roman rule in Italy and the Mediterranean. The ‘scientific revolution’. The crisis of the Republican Constitution: the Social War to Sulla, Pompey and Caesar. The Age of the Principate: Octavian and the evolution of its power. Ius publice respondendi, the main features of the Jurisprudence of the Principate. The schools of Sabiniani and Proculiani. The vicissitudes of Imperial Power since the end of Augustus to that of the Julio-Claudian. Since the advent of the Flavii to the disappearance of Adriano. From the Age of Antonini to that of Severi. The jurisprudence in the Age of the Severi. The Law product from by the comitia, the Senate, the magistrates and the prince, the consilia principum. Italy’s government and the provinces, the imperial finances. From the Principate of Absolute Monarchy. Late Ancient Age: End of the Dynasty of Severi and Empire Crushing. Hellenized Christianity, Diocletian, Constantine, by Valentinian to Theodosius I. The Eastern Empire between V and VI century. The age of Justinian. The criminal repression.
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NOVARA

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CourseHistory of roman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARCES Pierfrancesco
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will focus on the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
Reference textsThe examination will have to be prepared on the following text, to be studied in its entirety: F. ARCARIA - O. LICANDRO, Diritto romano. I. Storia costituzionale di Roma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014. Attending students will also study the additional text to be agreed for the drafting of the final report.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
PrerequisitesNot any.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. The course will be conducted in a seminar format, and lead to insights on specific topics identified by mutual agreement with the interested students, which will in any case required to draft of a final written report.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes. The drafting of the written report will contribute into the evaluation of the attending students, adding to their oral exposure.
Full argumentsThe Age of the Origins: Birth of Rome. The city and the Kings. The Etruscan Monarchy in the Roman Tradition. The Servian Reform. Fall of the Monarchy and establishment of the Republic. The first ius, knowledge of the Pontiffs, the paradigm of the responsum. Hypothesis of the first written Laws. The Age of the Republic: the constitution of the Roman Republic. The Origins of the Consulate. The emergence of the conflict between patricians and plebeians. The Twelve Tables: Legislative decemvirate the patrician-plebeian compromise, the ‘pontifical revenge’. The structure of the Respublica: the Republican Magistrates, the Popular Assemblies, the Republican Senate. The eclipse of the Pontiffs. People and laws, magistrates and edicts. The organization forms of Roman rule in Italy and the Mediterranean. The ‘scientific revolution’. The crisis of the Republican Constitution: the Social War to Sulla, Pompey and Caesar. The Age of the Principate: Octavian and the evolution of its power. Ius publice respondendi, the main features of the Jurisprudence of the Principate. The schools of Sabiniani and Proculiani. The vicissitudes of Imperial Power since the end of Augustus to that of the Julio-Claudian. Since the advent of the Flavii to the disappearance of Adriano. From the Age of Antonini to that of Severi. The jurisprudence in the Age of the Severi. The Law product from by the comitia, the Senate, the magistrates and the prince, the consilia principum. Italy’s government and the provinces, the imperial finances. From the Principate of Absolute Monarchy. Late Ancient Age: End of the Dynasty of Severi and Empire Crushing. Hellenized Christianity, Diocletian, Constantine, by Valentinian to Theodosius I. The Eastern Empire between V and VI century. The age of Justinian. The criminal repression.
Course borrowed toGIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GM065 STORIA DEL DIRITTO ROMANO - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseHistory of roman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLIGIOS Maria Antonietta
TeachersLIGIOS Maria Antonietta
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageItalian
Abstractcriminal roman law.
Reference textsB. Santalucia, Diritto e processo penale nell'antica Roma, II edition, publishing house Giuffrè editore, Milan 1998, in all its parts, without exception, plus lecture notes.
Teaching targetsThe course is intended to provide students with the knowledge of criminal roman law, enabling them to link the kind of constitutional government with the criminal repression.
Prerequisitesnone.
Didattics Methodsfrontal lectures.
Other informationsattendance in class is not compulsory.
Grading rulesoral examination.
Full argumentsProgramme in detail: the first part of course is about the following topics: 1) the beginning of criminal repression; 2) the development of criminal trial and the laws de provocatione; 3) the law of the twelve tables; 4) the development of iudicia populi and the quaestiones extraordinariae; 5) the quaestiones perpetuae; 6) Augustus' reforms and the cognitio extra ordinem; 7) the criminal repression in late empire. The second part is about the death penalty.

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CourseINTRODUZIONE ALL'INFORMATICA GIURIDICA
Course IDGM179
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/20 - FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseInternational law
Course IDGM021
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRUBINO Vito
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/13 - DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseJus commune
Course IDGM014
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAIMERITO Francesco
TeachersAIMERITO Francesco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/19 - STORIA DEL DIRITTO MEDIEVALE E MODERNO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian, French, Spanish
AbstractLaw and Institutions in Italy from the beginning of the Middle Ages up to the Constitution of the Italian Republic
Reference textsG. S. PENE VIDARI, Storia del diritto. Età medievale e moderna, Torino, Giappichelli, latest edition; G. S. PENE VIDARI, Storia del diritto. Età contemporanea, Torino,Giappichelli, latest edition
Teaching targetsDeeper understanding of the historical dimension of Law. Acquisition of fundamental elments of the historical development of Lawin Italy and Europe
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of the history of Italy will be most useful
Didattics Methodslectures , discussions , exercises , tests
Grading rulesdiscussion
Full argumentsThe teaching will follow, in chronological progression and at the institutional level , the developments of European legal systems from the Middle Ages up to 1947, with particular attention to the Italian reality. Any seminars will be communicated at the beginning of the course .

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CourseLaw and economics
Course IDGM043
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersCLERICO Giuseppe
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course of Law and Economics aims to examine from an economic point of view various legal issues such as property rights; contracts, the liability rules; uses, customs, institutions and conventions.
Reference textsIt is a course that examines from an economic point of view some topics of law. The Law and Economics is born and is developed in particular in the United States since World War II. In recent years also in Italy there has been a growing interest in the analysis of the legal problems using the principles of economic theory. The course is basically centered on four major topics: a) origin, role and evolution of the institutions For institutions we mean the rules (norms and conventions) that govern social interaction. The intent is to explain for what reasons arise; why and how to change; what effects they have on individual behavior. An institution does not necessarily require public intervention but can be born and remain spontaneously: it is the case of so-called conventions that may or may not be incorporated into a norm. b) economic theory of property rights There are different types of ownership (private property, public, joint, cooperative, non-profit etc.). The goal is to explain the reasons why they appear and develop different forms of ownership. For each form are examined in order to assess the peculiarities of individual behavior in the light of the economic theory of incentives and the efficiency criterion. c) economic theory of contracts There are many possible types of contracts. First we analyzed the feasibility conditions of a contract. Then we examine the variables that can be specified in a contract. We examine also the intrinsic incentives specific for any contract. Finally , we examine the contract default and possible remedies to such failure. d) economic theory of tort liability When choosing an action a person causes damage to another (think of a car accident). Then there is the problem of determining individual responsibility and to calculate the amount of compensation in favor of the injured party. There are several rules of liability (strict liability, negligence rules etc.). Each rule encourages different actors to adopt the most appropriate level of precaution to reduce the likelihood of accidents and / or the extent of damage caused. Particular attention is devoted to the mechanism of punitive damages.
Teaching targetsSkills and knowledge expectations The course of Law and Economics aims to examine from an economic point of view various legal issues such as property rights; contracts, the liability rules; uses, customs, institutions and conventions.
Prerequisitesto take the exame of law and economics it is necessary to have passed the exame of Economics
Didattics MethodsLessons
Other informationsRecommended frequency
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsFor people who ATTEND the course the teaching material will be announced at the beginning of the course. For people who DO NOT ATTEND the course the reference books are: R. Cooter, U. Mattei, P.G. Monateri, R. Pardolesi e T. Ulen, Il mercato delle regole. Analisi economica del diritto civile, Il Mulino, 2006 (due volumi). S. Shavell, Fondamenti dell’analisi economica del diritto,Giappichelli Editore, 2005. People non attending the course are invited to contact the teacher to choose the reference book.
Course borrowed toGIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GM043 ECONOMIA DELLE ISTITUZIONI - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - SP0086 Economia delle istituzioni (mod. II) - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - GM043 ECONOMIA DELLE ISTITUZIONI - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - GM043 ECONOMIA DELLE ISTITUZIONI - ALESSANDRIA
SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P0059 FINANZA DEGLI ENTI LOCALI - ALESSANDRIA
SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P1270 LAW AND ECONOMICS - ITA - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseLaw and religions
Course IDGM018
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/11 - DIRITTO CANONICO E DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; parallel societies; Islamic extremism; loss of democratic freedoms; a possible clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression.
Reference textsProgram exam : ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam ♦ P. Consorti, Diritto e religione, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2015, pp. 303.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesKnowledge the principles of Constitutional and Private Law
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical problems; iii) ability of analysis some sentences; iv) ability to application of the rules and ability to resolution a pratical case.
Full argumentsThe program of Law and Religion shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: Introduction In the still young 21st century, Europeans have much to be thankful for. Overall, their lives are freer, healthier, safer, richer, more peaceful and likely to be longer than those of their forebears in earlier centuries – and, alas, those of their contemporaries in many other parts of the world. They have eschewed many inhumane practices of times past, including the death penalty, and have accepted a degree of responsibility for each other’s welfare in times of misfortune. Not only in the 27 member states of the European Union (EU), but in all 47 member states of the Council of Europe, the rights and freedoms – though still too often violated and neglected – are anchored in the European Convention on Human Rights and supported by the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. Rising intolerance. Will be any considerations about the phenomenon that causes us greatest alarm, and seems to us to be manifested in the hostile and discriminatory treatment to which minority groups, including national and religious minorities, are also victims of various forms of discrimination throughout Europe, but we note particularly the spread of intolerance and hostility against the following groups. Discrimination. Will be examineted the problems about the prejudice against immigrants, people of recent migrant origin. Discrimination appears to be especially widespread, and to have very harmful effects, in the following areas: employment; housing; education; healthcare and social services; and the actions of the police and law courts. Parallel societies. In the course will be examined still the problem about The emergence of parallel societies. This problem has several dangerous consequences. First, social and economic deprivation can lead to unrest, which is not necessarily related to cultural or religious grievances. Second, members of the new, better educated middle class, growing up in a closed society within an open one, become increasingly indignant at the lack of upward social mobility, and may suffer from a kind of “cultural schizophrenia”. Members of this group are prone to radicalisation. Third, due to their closed nature, parallel societies often provide cover for criminal activities, and in some cases for terrorist network. Islamic extremism. Will be doing some considerations about the Islamic extremisn. Although Islam has existed in Europe for many years, the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, as well as subsequent similarly dramatic attacks in Europe (notably those in Madrid, March 2004; London, July 2005; and a whole series of attacks in Moscow, most recently at Domodedovo airport in February 2011), have given rise to the perception that terrorism is a feature of Islam as such. It is sometimes even claimed that “not all Muslims are terrorists, but nearly all terrorists are Muslims”. Loss of democratic freedoms. Tormented by the twin fear of being “swamped” by an uncontrolled influx of immigrants and/or massacred by Islamic terrorists, Europeans look to the state to protect them, and political leaders fear they have little chance of re-election if they are seen to fail on either front. States are thus under constant pressure to tighten controls on immigration and to keep potential or suspected terrorists under very close observation. Too often, it is assumed that there is a direct trade-off between security and civil liberties, and governments feel obliged to restrict the latter in the hope of guaranteeing the former. Yet the trade-off is highly questionable: civil liberties are the essential prerequisite of democracy, and the citizen’s freedom to live as he or she chooses is the essence of what security is there to protect. And although the majority may at times need to be protected from the designs of a small and violent minority, unless members of minorities also feel free and secure the number of those willing to resort to violence is likely to grow. Therefore we believe that the overreaction of the state and the imposition of excessive controls do indeed represent a serious risk to the health and strength of our European democracies. Clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression. There is thus a danger that a fundamental freedom, that of expression, may come to be eroded through the anxiety of some European elites to avoid further alienating an important minority, or through the fear of provoking acts of violence. The alleged conflict between freedom of expression and freedom of religion, and the lack of consensus about how and exactly where the frontiers of freedom of expression should be drawn, do therefore pose a threat to some of Europe’s most cherished values.
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CourseLegal theory
Course IDGM067
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVOGLIOTTI Massimo
TeachersVOGLIOTTI Massimo, SARDO Alessio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/20 - FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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NOVARA

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CourseLegal theory
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVOGLIOTTI Massimo
TeachersVOGLIOTTI Massimo
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe aim of the course is to analyse the transformations of the principle of legality in criminal law. Particularly it will focus on the role of the judge in the development of criminal law. From this perspective, students will deal with the complex topic of the judicial interpretation and its limits.
Reference textsFor attending students: H.L.A. Hart, Il concetto di diritto, Einaudi, 1991, 146-159. H. Kelsen, La dottrina pura del diritto, Einaudi, 1966, Chapter VIII, 381-390, M. Vogliotti, Dove passa il confine? Sul divieto di analogia nel diritto penale, Giappichelli, 2011 and Id., Lo scandalo dell'ermeneutica per la penalistica moderna, in «Quaderni fiorentini per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno», 2015, 131-181. A reader will be provided during class (with judgements). For not attending: H.L.A. Hart, Il concetto di diritto, Einaudi, 1991, 146-159, H. Kelsen, La dottrina pura del diritto, Einaudi, 1966, Chapter VIII, 381-390, F. Palazzo, Legalità penale: considerazioni su trasformazione e complessità di un principio “fondamentale”, in «Quaderni fiorentini per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno», vol. 36, t. 2, 2007, 1279-1329, F. Viola - G. Zaccaria, Diritto e interpretazione, Laterza, 1999, 175-237, M. Vogliotti, Lo scandalo dell'ermeneutica per la penalistica moderna, in «Quaderni fiorentini per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno», 2015, 131-181, V. Zagrebelsky, La Convenzione europea dei diritti dell’uomo e il principio di legalità nella materia penale, in V. Manes - V. Zagrebelsky (eds), La Convenzione europea dei diritti dell’uomo nell’ordinamento penale italiano, Giuffrè, 2011, 69-107. Also to be studied carefully the following judgements: 1. ECHR, S.W. c. Great Britain, 22 november 1995; 2. Cass, sez. I penale, 17.6.2010, n. 24510 3. Cass, sez. III penale, 22.4.2004, n. 25464
Teaching targetsThe course aims to investigate the current transformations of criminal law, illustrating, in particular, the role of the judge.
PrerequisitesNo
Didattics MethodsSocratic method. It will be organized a moot court.
Grading rulesThe exam is oral and aims not only to verify the learning of the course content, but also to evaluate the argumentative skills, analysis and personal reflection.
Full argumentsThe aim of the course is to analyse the transformations of the principle of legality in criminal law. Particularly it will focus on the role of the judge in the development of criminal law. From this perspective, students will deal with the complex topic of the judicial interpretation and its limits.

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CourseLegal theory
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSARDO Alessio
TeachersSARDO Alessio
Year3
SiteNOVARA
AbstractThis course aims to provide an advanced level of knowledge on the basic notions that belong to analytic general theory of law. We will analyze the following notions: “individual right”, “duty”, “validity”, “repeal”, “competence”, “legal system”, “legal order”, “fundamental legal position”, “legal norm”, “consistency”, “completeness”. Textbooks - F. Poggi, Concetti Teorici Fondamentali, ETS, Milano, 2013; pp. 23-218. - G.B. Ratti, Studi sulla Logica del Diritto e sulla Scienza Giuridica, Marcial Pons, Madrid, 2013.
Reference textsThis course aims to provide an advanced level of knowledge on the basic notions that belong to analytic general theory of law.
Teaching targetsThis course aims to provide an advanced level of knowledge on the basic notions that belong to analytic general theory of law.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe lectures will be structured as seminars and will encourage an active participation of the students.
Other informationsAttendance is not compulsory.
Grading rulesStudents shall pass an oral examination. Alternative kinds of examination could be assigned to attending students (for instance: accomplish a research task on a specific topic, and present the scientific results).
Full argumentsWe will analyze the following notions: “individual right”, “duty”, “validity”, “repeal”, “competence”, “legal system”, “legal order”, “fundamental legal position”, “legal norm”, “consistency”, “completeness”.

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CourseMethods of historical and legal research
Course IDGM046
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/19 - STORIA DEL DIRITTO MEDIEVALE E MODERNO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade

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CoursePOLITICA ECONOMICA E GLOBALIZZAZIONE
Course IDGM058
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCLERICO Giuseppe
TeachersCLERICO Giuseppe
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge and analytical tools to better understand the nature, role and the effects of fiscal policy and monetary policy in an international context. Particular attention is devoted to the analysis of the last economic crisis of 2007/08.
Reference texts- O. Blanchard. A. Amighini e F. Giavazzi, MACROECONOMIA- Quello che non si può non sapere- VOL. I, Il Mulino Editore, ultima edizione. - G. Mankiw e M. Taylor, MACROECONOMIA, Zanichelli Editore, ultima edizione - V. Valli, A. Geuna e R. Burlando, POLITICA ECONOMICA E MACROECONOMIA, Carocci Editore, ultima edizione. You should contact the teacher for the selection of the text. For people who frequent the reference texts will be given at the beginning of the course. The course is conducted on an informal basis, ie without use of mathematics. Attendance is strongly recommended.
Teaching targetsTo have the basic knowledge to better understand the role of economic policy in an international business environment.
PrerequisitesThe course can be useful for the person who intends to attend a course in International Economics.
Didattics Methodslessons
Other informationsslides recommended frequency
Grading rulesoral exam
Full argumentsThe course of economic policy aims essentially to get two objectives: a) explain the nature and the effects of fiscal policy and monetary policy b) analyze the use of fiscal policy and monetary policy in a socio-economic context marked by economic crisis, ie lack of aggregate demand and under-employment of resources. The course of economic policy aims initially to present analytically the main instruments of fiscal policy (tax revenue and government spending) and monetary policy (the discount rate policy, open market operations etc.). With regard to fiscal policy the primary objective is to highlight the effects of the same especially with regard to fiscal multipliers, ie the impact that fiscal policy may have on the determination of the equilibrium income (through consumer demand and investment demand). In addition, we examine the effects of fiscal policy on: the system of incentives (in terms of risk attitude, supply and demand for labor, individual effort preference between work and leisure); the interest rate; the deficit of the state budget; and the stock of public debt. With regard to monetary policy, the course aims to examine the main instruments through which the monetary authority controls the amount of money in circulation in the economy in order to promote adequate growth rate of GDP but taking inflation under control. Particular attention is devoted to the supervision of banking and financial system. Having presented the two instruments of economic policy analysis goes on to examine the use and effects of the two joint deployment tools. The second part of the course is devoted to the analysis of the way in which economic policy can be used in an environment of economic crisis, ie reduction in income, aggregate demand, output and employment. The analysis is performed having in mind in particular the financial crisis began in 2007/08 that devastated the economies of some countries, especially Europe. The analysis of the nature, use and effects of economic policy instruments is carried out following the Keynesian approach.

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CoursePOLITICA ECONOMICA E GLOBALIZZAZIONE (MACROECON./SC. POL.)
Course IDGM057
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASSONE Alberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseRegional law
Course IDGM036
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGENINATTI SATE' Luca
TeachersGENINATTI SATE' Luca, CAVINO Massimo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/08 - DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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NOVARA

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CourseRegional law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGENINATTI SATE' Luca
TeachersGENINATTI SATE' Luca
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThis course deals with the historical evolution of Italian regionalism, the form of regional government and the provisions set forth by the Italian Constitution about political and administrative organization of the Italia regions.
Reference textsTextbook R. BIN, G. FALCON (A CURA DI), Diritto regionale, Il Mulino, ult. ed.
Teaching targetsThe student will acquire a solid knowledge of the founding principles of the Italian Regional law through a deeper understanding of sources of law, the regional form of state and constitutional bodies. Secondly, the student will obtain the ability to comprehend normative texts, including the Constitution, and primary and secondary sources of law. Along with the juridical theory and method, the student will also learn the constitutional practices, above all through the development of the capacity to interpret and utilize constitutional case law.
PrerequisitesConstitutional law Administrative law
Didattics MethodsLectures Seminars
Grading rulesOral exam
Full arguments1) Historical evolution of Italian regionalism, focusing on the revision of 2001 of the Constitution. 2) Regional constitutions ("statuti") and principles, focusing on Lombardy. 3) The regional system and organs of government, particularly in Lombardy. 4) Regional laws and regulations, focusing on Lombardy. 5) The links between the Regions and the State and between the different Regions. 6) The foreign power of the Regions and the relevant choices of Lombardy. 7) The constitutional litigation between Lombardy and the State or the other Regions

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CourseRegional law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAVINO Massimo
TeachersCAVINO Massimo
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe Regional law course concerns the explanation of the regional legal system, according to the constitutional original intent, and the consequent evolution of the local self-government authorities (and of their functions), as introduced by the constitutional laws nn. 1/1999, 2/2001 and 3/2001, l.n.234/2012, l. n.56/2014. The course also aims to give the student a deep knowledge of the founding principles of the regional order, in comparison to the other european federal systems. The constitutional reform, the constitutional regional powers and the regional autonomy guarantees provided by the Constitution as well as the relationships between the Region and the European Union will also be discussed.
Reference textsP. Caretti, G. Tarli Barbieri, Diritto regionale, Giappichelli, ult. ed.
Teaching targetsThe course has a double aim. The first one is to provide students with a deep knowledge of Regional Law in the framework of the Italian Constitution and of the idea of "Republic", as defined in art. 114 Cost. The second aim is to provide students with the opportunity to understand the real functioning of this system in a period characterized by continuous changes.
PrerequisitesTo sit for the constitutional regional law exam,an adequate knowledge of the Italian constitutional law is required.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be provided in blended learning, with both frontal lessons and online materials. These online materials will support traditional handbooks. Online materials will be made known at the beginning of the course following a precise time-table
Other informationsIt is advised students follow the lessons. For these students, specific ways of evaluation of their knowledge will be provided which will contribute to their final evaluation. The single method of examination, which will substitute the usual exam, will be explained to students by the Professor during initial lessons
Grading rulesWritten examination (two open-ended questions)
Full arguments- The Region as an institution: creation and nature: the concept of Region, as elaborated within the Constituent Assembly, and its most immediate precedents. The execution of the constitutional discipline regarding the Region, and the most important vicissitudes of the italian regionalism. Regional State and federal State. The characteristics of the legislative and political autonomy of the Region, and the constitutive elements of this institution. - Organisation of the Regions: the regional constitutional bodies the Council, the Executive body and the President. The regional form of government. - The relationships among the State and the Regions: the forms of regional participation to the attributions of the State. The powers of the State towards the Regions, having regard to the principle of unity of the Republic. - The regional attributions: the power of adopting Statutes; the legislative power; the sub-legislative competence; the administrative function and the principle of subsidiarity. The financial autonomy. - The system of checks: on the state, regional and provincial legislation (having regard to the Provinces of Trento and Bolzano), by way of action. The judicial resolutions of disputes regarding the attribution of the State and of the Regions. The checks concerning the regional administrative bodies.

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CourseRoman law
Course IDGM037
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARCES Pierfrancesco
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco, LIGIOS Maria Antonietta
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/18 - DIRITTO ROMANO E DIRITTI DELL'ANTICHITÀ
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to present the main institutions of Roman Private Law of Gifts and Successions mortis causa considered in their historical development and in relation to the modern private law.
Reference textsThe course (and therefore also the final exam) is divided into a part of Roman Law and in a part relating to the current civil law, whose references are altogether indicated below: a) for the part relating to Roman Law – after an appropriate revision of the chapters on Gifts and Successions mortis causa which will take place on the volume of Institutions of Roman Law used to take the related exam, or on S. PULIATTI, De cuius hereditate agitur. Il regime romano delle successioni, Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2016 – the study will be conducted on P. ARCES, Studi sul disporre mortis causa. Dall’età decemvirale al diritto classico, LED Editore, Milano, 2013. The book is also available online at the following link: http://www.ledonline.it/rivistadirittoromano/allegati/arces-studi.pdf b) for the part relating to the current Italian Law, G. BONILINI, Manuale di diritto ereditario e delle donazioni, UTET, Torino, 2014, 7th edition.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the aforementioned institutions, in their historical context and in their relationship with the modern Italian Civil Law.
PrerequisitesIt is necessary to have passed the exam of Institutions of Roman Private Law. It is also recommended to have passed (or studied) Institutions of Private Law and Commercial Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures in a traditional manner, followed by a series of practical exercises, obligatory for attending students. Recommended frequency.
Other informationsIn order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes.
Full argumentsThe course, dedicated to the principles of Roman Law of Gifts and mortis causa Successions, illustrates the main institutes of the referred matters in their historical evolution and their relationship with the current Italian Civil Law. It will be for most set by practical exercises, obligatory for attending, aimed at expanding the writing techniques of deed of gift and wills, and to acquire a greater familiarity with the following conceptual areas: 1) Free and gratuitous deeds, deeds of generosity and spirit of liberality. 2) Gifts, legal nature and types of gift, in Roman Law and in the current Italian Law. 3) Successions mortis causa, of a universal and particular title; legitimate and testamentary. 4) Legal heir and necessary heir. 5) Institution of heir and legacy. 6) Forms of wills, in Roman Law and in the Italian Law. 7) Testamentary provisions and limits the freedom to dispose by will. 8) Interpretation of the testator’s will. 9) Formalities of the will. 10) Division of the estate.
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CourseRoman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARCES Pierfrancesco
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to present the main institutions of Roman Private Law of Gifts and Successions mortis causa considered in their historical development and in relation to the modern private law.
Reference textsThe course (and therefore also the final exam) is divided into a part of Roman Law and in a part relating to the current civil law, whose references are altogether indicated below: a) for the part relating to Roman Law – after an appropriate revision of the chapters on Gifts and Successions mortis causa which will take place on the volume of Institutions of Roman Law used to take the related exam, or on S. PULIATTI, De cuius hereditate agitur. Il regime romano delle successioni, Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2016 – the study will be conducted on P. ARCES, Studi sul disporre mortis causa. Dall’età decemvirale al diritto classico, LED Editore, Milano, 2013. The book is also available online at the following link: http://www.ledonline.it/rivistadirittoromano/allegati/arces-studi.pdf b) for the part relating to the current Italian Law, G. BONILINI, Manuale di diritto ereditario e delle donazioni, UTET, Torino, 2014, 7th edition.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the aforementioned institutions, in their historical context and in their relationship with the modern Italian Civil Law.
PrerequisitesIt is necessary to have passed the exam of Institutions of Roman Private Law. It is also recommended to have passed (or studied) Institutions of Private Law and Commercial Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures in a traditional manner, followed by a series of practical exercises, obligatory for attending students. Recommended frequency.
Other informationsIn order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes.
Full argumentsThe course, dedicated to the principles of Roman Law of Gifts and mortis causa Successions, illustrates the main institutes of the referred matters in their historical evolution and their relationship with the current Italian Civil Law. It will be for most set by practical exercises, obligatory for attending, aimed at expanding the writing techniques of deed of gift and wills, and to acquire a greater familiarity with the following conceptual areas: 1) Free and gratuitous deeds, deeds of generosity and spirit of liberality. 2) Gifts, legal nature and types of gift, in Roman Law and in the current Italian Law. 3) Successions mortis causa, of a universal and particular title; legitimate and testamentary. 4) Legal heir and necessary heir. 5) Institution of heir and legacy. 6) Forms of wills, in Roman Law and in the Italian Law. 7) Testamentary provisions and limits the freedom to dispose by will. 8) Interpretation of the testator’s will. 9) Formalities of the will. 10) Division of the estate.

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CourseRoman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLIGIOS Maria Antonietta
TeachersLIGIOS Maria Antonietta
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures.
Other informationsattendance in class is not compulsory.
Grading rulesOral examination.
Full arguments1) nomen negotiationis, appellatio negotiationis, genus negotiationis; 2) the nomen negotiationis als part of the lex praepositionis; 3) subjective events and the continuity of the negotiatio; 4) the connection betweeninstrumentum and negotiatio; 5) the concept of taberna instructa and the taberna als business location.

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/04
Course IDGM203
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARCELLONA Eugenio
TeachersRIZZELLO Salvatore, IRRERA Maurizio, ZOCCHI Paola
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/04
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRIZZELLO Salvatore
TeachersRIZZELLO Salvatore
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe seminar aims to present and discuss the main theories of economic development and economic growth trough a multidisciplinary approach. For this reason we also involve scholars from other disciplines.
Reference textsMost readings are articles that will be distributed to students at the beginning of each meeting and reported on the Moodle platform. As genearl reading we suggest: Bruno Soro, “Fatti non foste. Divagazioni di economia, politica e società”, De Ferrari, Genova, 2015
Teaching targetsObjective of the seminar is to present and discuss the main lines of economic development and of the theories of growth in their historical evolution.
PrerequisitesThe seminar is open to all interested students. It is advisable that they have already passed the exam in economics.
Didattics MethodsEach meeting it is developed during three hours. It will be illustrated and discussed specific readings on the topics covered, even with the assistance of scholars, expert on the considered subjects.
Grading rulesAt the end of the seminar, attending students will be interviewed on the topics and on the proposals readings. Non-attending students must to present a synthesis report of the materials content on the Moodle platform related to all the considered topics.
Full argumentsSeminar topics: - A look at the main stages of economic development and a look around; - The birth and evolution Economic development: population, growth and structural changes; - The great themes of economic development: poverty and compatibility with environmental conditions; - Tackling extreme poverty: an example of cooperation for development in Mozambique; - Paradigms, theories and models: an epistemological introduction to modern theories of economic growth; - Technical progress and measurement of its contribution to economic growth; - From Keynes to Harrod: the birth of the modern theories of growth; - The 'new disease' from involuntary unemployment technological unemployment

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/04
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRRERA Maurizio
TeachersIRRERA Maurizio, ZOCCHI Paola
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course focuses on the contractual features of the main typologies of financial products and services. The emphasis of the course is both on the theoretical understanding of key concepts and on computational issues related to the different financial instruments.
Reference textsTeaching material provided by the instructors
Teaching targets1.Knowledge and understanding: the basic knowledge necessary to understand structure and goals of the financial system 2. Applying knowledge and understanding: the ability to understand the technical and contractual features of financial products and services. 3. Making judgements: the ability of choosing the right instruments to satisfy financial needs and to judge its risks. 4. Communication skills: the ability to use an appropriate technical language. 5. Learning skills: the ability of analyzing characteristics and risks of financial instruments and services for personal or professional financial needs and recognize changes in the financial systems.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lectures. The partecipation is compulsory. 1. knowledge and understanding: face-to-face lectures 2. applying knowledge and understanding: face-to-face lectures and examples 3. making judgements: face-to-face lessons 4. communication skills: during the course the lecturer applies and explains terms commonly used in the financial community 5. learning skills: with a final written exam.
Other informationsThe teaching material can be found in the Course page
Grading rulesFinal written exam with multiple-choice questions
Full arguments- Course Introduction: teaching goals, contents, teaching methods - The financial system: pillars, actors, and functions - The financial instruments: technical and contractual features; risk-return profiles - Checking accounts, repurchase agreements and other bank liability contracts - Payment instruments: from banking currency to virtual currency - Short and medium-long term lending facilities. - Government and corporate bonds: valuation, yield and rating - Mutual funds and principles of asset management strategies - Motor insurances and pension funds

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08
Course IDGM196
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta, CENTRONE Francesca, CAVINO Massimo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
SSDIUS/08 - DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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ALESSANDRIA
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageItalian language
AbstractThe seminar, organized in cooperation with the Forensic School named "Giorgio Ambrosoli", is divided into two parts: one related to the issues of forensic rhetoric and public speaking with specialized linguistics professors; the other, reserved for writing of acts and judicial opinions, is organized in cooperation with the lawer practicing at the Alessandria Court.
Reference textsMaterials assigned or recommended to students
Teaching targetsStudents must develop the ability to "know how" and "knowing how to be", introducing to forensic dialectics and to a clearness and brief law writing.
PrerequisitesFor students enrolled in the 3th, 4th and 5th year of Law degree course.
Didattics MethodsLectures and practice exercises in class and at home
Grading rulesMandatory attendance, with verification, correction and evaluation of the assigned papers.
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAVINO Massimo
TeachersCENTRONE Francesca, CAVINO Massimo
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course is divided in two parts. In the first one, institutional, we will analyze the structure and functions of the Italian Parliament: - the sources of parliamentary law, the parliamentary rules and their evolution; - The character of the Italian bicameralism; - The parliamentary electoral law and its evolution: elections, democratic order and political representation, active and passive voting systems and electoral formulas, ineligibility and incompatibility of the members of parliament; - The status of the members of Parliament: the principle of the prohibition of imperative mandate, powers and immunity of members of parliament; - The functions of Parliament: legislative power, inspection and policy powers, Parliament and the relationship of confidence with the government, majority and opposition MPs; - Parliament and the European Union. Moreover we will focus on the issues related to the reform of the electoral law and the bicameral organization of the Parliament. The second part of the course will focus on classical Social Choice and Game Theory themes, useful for the construction as well as for the analysis of different kinds of electoral mechanisms.
Reference texts1) For students attending the class, the notes taken during the lessons and slides 2) For students not attending the class, the supplementary readings indicated on the site as additional material as well as slides.
Teaching targetsAchievement of adequate knowledge of the organization and functions of the Italian Parliament, from the point of view of the legal discupline, the praxis and the political dynamics. With particular regard to the reform of the electoral law and the structure of the bicameral Parliament. Adequate knowledge of the various electoral systems. Understanding of the problems that arise in designing an electoral mechanisms, and autonomous ability of analyzing its characteristics.
PrerequisitesNothing
Didattics MethodsThe course will be provided in blended learning, with both frontal lessons and online materials. These online materials will support traditional handbooks. Online materials will be made known at the beginning of the course following a precise time-table.
Other informationsAt the end of the course the student will acquire: - The knowledge of the organization and the functions of the Italian Parliament. - The knowledge of the functions and the role of the Parliament in the system of constitutional powers. - The ability of analyzing an electoral system with respect to socially desirable features. - The ability to make the necessary connections between the different parts of the subjects of the course. - The ability to use the acquired tools consciously and critically.
Grading rulesThe comprehension and the acquired knowledges, as well as the ability in their application, will be tested through an oral exam in the form of team works. Through these works, autonomy and critic and communicative skills will be also tested.
Full arguments1) Introduction to Social Choice Theory, Game Theory and voting systems as collective choice mechanisms 2) the electoral systems and electoral methods 3) the electoral system for the Chamber of deputies

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10
Course IDGM197
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera, PACCHIANA PARRAVICINI Giovanna
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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NOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitaliano
AbstractTHE SEMINAR WILL FOCUS ON A INTERDISCIPLINARY TOPIC THAT WILL BE CHOSEN AND ANNOUNCED AT LEAST ONE MONTH BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMINAR: FOR EXAMPLE, THE ABUSE OF RIGHTS.
Reference textsTHE TEXTS WILL BE INDICATED BY THE TEACHER AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMINAR: SENTENCES, ESSAYS OR CHAPTERS OF BOOKS.
Teaching targetsABILITY TO FOCUS ON HIGHLY INTERDISCIPLINARY CONTENT AND CRITICAL ACQUISITION OF THEM. ABILITY TO CONVERSE IN REASONED MANNER AND TO DRAW UP A WRITTEN ARTICULATED, BUT SYNTHETIC TEXT, SUMMARIZING WHAT HAS BEEN HEARD AND READ, AND MAKING PERSONAL OPINIONS.
PrerequisitesA GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT OF THE FIRST TWO YEARS: IN PARTICULAR, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, PRIVATE LAW AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW I.
Didattics MethodsSOME INTROCUCTORY LECTURES AND OTHER ACRIVITIES, ALSO WITH THE PARTECIPATION OF TEACHERS OF OTHER SUBJECTS, PROFESSORS OF OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND EXPERTS IN THE FIELD. ATTENDENCE IS MANDATORY
Grading rulesA WRITTEN TEXT OR A PRESENTATION
Full argumentsTHE PROGRAM WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT LEAST ONE MONTH BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMINAR.
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPACCHIANA PARRAVICINI Giovanna
TeachersPACCHIANA PARRAVICINI Giovanna
Year3
SiteNOVARA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractPublic administration and public employment law
Reference textsnone
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the principal matters regarding public employment
PrerequisitesLabour Law test achieved
Didattics MethodsCase study
Other informationsnone
Grading rulesoral; case study
Full argumentsPublic administration and public employment law

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20
Course IDGM208
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderREVELLI Marco
TeachersREVELLI Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
SSDIUS/20 - FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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NOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderREVELLI Marco
TeachersREVELLI Marco
Year3
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Seminar course is aimed at the problematization of the concept of justice in the historical sense and theoretical – conceptual. The object is the perception of the difference between the " paradigm of the ancient " or " classics " and the " modern paradigm "
Reference textsPlato, Republic (Myth of the Cave, the argument of Thrasymachus ) Plato, Gorgias (comparison with Callicles) Aristotle , Nicomachean Ethics ( V ) Norberto Bobbio, Giusnaturalismo e positivismo giuridico ( three chapters ) , Laterza
Teaching targetsProvide students already able to master the field of law categories theoretical and conceptual and problematize the concept of justice in relation to the thought of the classical and modern
Didattics MethodsLectures and seminar discussion . Attendance is mandatory and will be verified
Other informationsStudents will be provided for each lesson slides containing the main concepts that will be covered
Grading rulesA written report and a final collective interview. In the report , the student must demonstrate that they have assimilated the basic concepts and be able to adequately argue their options for or criticism of the two paradigms . In the final interview in collective form ( two hours ) is indeed confronted the two theses
Full argumentsThe seminar course will be structured in three sections . The first section dedicated to the " classics paradigm” focused on the Socratic - Platonic - Aristotelian model in turn compared with the critical sophistic ( Callicles , Thrasymachus ) . The second section directed at making explicit the original lines of the "modern" paradigm with special emphasis on Hobbesian model. On the one hand, therefore , the classic doctrine of natural law, on the other the so-called modern natural law and the root of legal positivism. Amid the discussion of the " fracture " has taken place between the Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution by the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ( Giordano Bruno, but also Shakespeare 's Hamlet and the Quixote of Cervantes )
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Year3
SiteNOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO DEL III ANNO
Course IDGM199
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseSTAGE UFFICI GIUDIZIARI
Course IDGM142
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseSeminario 1
Course IDGI0007
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseSeminario 2
Course IDGI0008
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARDELLA Bianca
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 126
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseAdministrative law II
Course IDGM005
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year4
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractAdministrative Justice. Administrative activities: in particular, administrative act, vices of administrative acts, administrative procedure.
Reference textsC. MIGNONE - P. M. VIPIANA, Giustizia amministrativa, seconda edizione, Cedam, 2013; P. M. VIPIANA, L’attività amministrativa, Cedam, end of 2016.
Teaching targetsDeep Knowledge of the Institution of administrative Justice, the discipline of the administrative Act and the administrative Procedure, according to the current Regulation and the most recent case Law.
PrerequisitesAdministrative Law I and Civil Procedure.
Didattics Methods- Frontal lessons; - Tutorials on: examination of judgements; research on online Journals and databases; discussion on the possible solution of concrete cases.
Grading rulesThe test will be written ad oral, or only oral.
Full argumentsThe course is primarily cencerned with the administrative Justice: judicial protection against public Authorities; allotment among Jurisdictions; trial before ordinary Courts when one of the Parties is a public Authority; administrative Appeals. Subject of study will be the administrative Activities (administrative Act and administrative Procedure), also according to the current Regulation (for instance, the “Madia” Law and the subsequent legislative decrees) and the most recent case Law.

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CourseAdvanced criminal law
Course IDGM025
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersPETRINI Davide, VIGLINO Marco
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year4
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractSome criminal offences, with particular attention to case law.
Reference textsStudents who attend the lectures will study their own lectures outline. Students who do not attend the lectures, will study: D. PULITANÒ, Introduzione alla parte speciale del diritto penale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2010 (pp.1-132). D. PULITANÒ (a cura di), Diritto penale. Parte speciale, vol. I, Tutela penale della persona, Giappichelli, Torino, II ed., 2014 (pp. 121-156; 259-348).
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course, students should be able to understand some criminal offences and in particular the implementation by case law. In addition they should be to understand role played by the IT in certain crimes (prostitution and child pornography).
PrerequisitesStudents need to have passed the exam ‘Diritto Penale I’ and ‘Diritto Penale II’.
Didattics MethodsDuring the lectures, students will read and study the case law of the Cassation Court together with the professor. Consequently attending the lectures is essential to understand case law.
Other informationsCase law will be available on the website (didactics platform).
Grading rulesThe exam will take place only in oral form.
Full argumentsCrimes against sexual liberty. Crimes against sexual integrity of minors: prostitution and child pornography. Crimes against public safety. Crimes against sexual liberty. Crimes against sexual integrity of minors: prostitution and child pornography. Crimes against public safety.
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CourseCRIMINOLOGIA INVESTIGATIVA
Course IDGI0013
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARSCELLI Daniele
TeachersSCARSCELLI Daniele
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year4
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractAfter an introduction to the sociological study of deviance, the major sociological explanations of deviance and crime will be examined: Classical tradition in criminology and Rational Choice Theories; Social Control Theories; Social disorganization, Anomie and Strain Theories; Conflict Theory; Social learning Theory; Labeling Theory. In the second part of the course, the sociological theories will be applied to the study of specific areas of deviance comprising institutions of social control. Two subjects will be examined: illegal drug use and the prison and its effects on the life course of offenders.
Reference textsObligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma (excluding the third paragraph "Applicazione delle teorie ai casi" of each chapter) A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma. Examination program for students who have not attended lectures Obligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma.
Teaching targetsThe course introduces students to sociological perspectives on deviant and criminal behaviour. The objective is to develop the students' ability to think sociologically about deviance and crime in society
Prerequisites--------------
Didattics MethodsTo pursue the educational goals of the course, the presentation of the sociological theories adopted to explain the deviance and crime will be integrated, even with the help of audiovisual material and literature pieces, from exercises and seminars in which the students will have the opportunity to apply the theories learned to specific cases. The frequency is therefore recommended.
Other informationsThe educational material used during the lessons will be made available to students on the DIR online platform.
Grading rulesAt the end of the first part of the course (the institutional one), there will be a test (not rated) to verify the learning of sociological theories on deviance. The final exam consists of a written test. This test includes a series of open answers: some answers about the institutional part of the course (the reference text is Scarscelli-Vidoni, La Devianza) and a answer on the text of your choice (Scarscelli, Il consume di droghe or Vianello, Il Carcere). Concerning the assessment of the content of the institutional part, the students must demonstrate that they have acquired the knowledge of the main theories sociology of deviance and be able to recognize the policy implications of each criminal theory. As regards, instead, the assessment of the monographic part, the students must demonstrate that they have acquired the knowledge of the most significant contents of the selected text. The final test duration is 2 and a half hours.
Full argumentsThe course is organized into two parts. In the first part, the major sociological explanations of deviance will be examined and the relationship between these sociological explanations and ways in which social control is carried out in practice will also be analyzed. In the second part of the course, the sociological theories will be applied to the study of specific areas of deviance comprising institutions of social control. Examination program for students who have attended lectures Obligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma (excluding the third paragraph "Applicazione delle teorie ai casi" of each chapter) A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma. Examination program for students who have not attended lectures Obligatory text: Scarscelli e Vidoni (2008), La devianza. Teorie e politiche di controllo, Carocci, Roma A text of your choice: Scarscelli (2010), Il consumo di droghe, Carocci, Roma; Vianello (2012), Il carcere, Carocci, Roma.
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CourseCivil law (property)
Course IDGM010
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
TeachersMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryA - Base
Year4
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitaliano
AbstractFor attending students The course aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of personhood and property law in order to achieve a solid base to deal with current issues related to the dialectical contrast between persons (subjects) and things (objects). Simultaneously, moot courts activities will take place on various topics of civil (liability, contract, property, personhood and family law). Attending students are required to participate actively in accordance with the schedule and instructions that will be posted on DIR’s site. For non-attending students The course aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of the law of property in order to achieve a solid base to deal with current issues related to the sustainable development of common resources, as well as to participate in political and legal debates about the destiny of things, the extent of property and the limitations of the market economy in areas relating to fundamental rights and personal development.
Reference textsThere is no particular prescribed textbook. As reference material –in addition to essays, encyclopedia entries and articles in specialized journals– it will be proposed readings on some chapters of the following books. A list of references and other course material for attending students will be provided in the first lesson. A lecture notes book will be provided to non-attending students upon specific request to the professor. - F. Alcaro, Riflessioni intorno alla soggettività giuridica: significato di un'evoluzione, Giuffrè, Milano, 1976 - A. Candian, et al., Property – Propriété – Eigentum, Cedam, Padova, 2002 - S. Castignone, Nuovi diritti e nuovi soggetti, Ecig, Genova, 1996 - O. Cayla-Y. Thomas, Il diritto di non nascere. A proposito del caso Perruche, Giuffrè, Milano, 2004 - A. Ciervo, I beni comuni, Ediesse, Roma, 2012 - R. Esposito, Le persone e le cose, Einaudi, Torino, 2014 - R. Esposito, Terza persona. Politica della vita e filosofia dell'impersonale, Einaudi, Torino, 2007 - A. Gambaro, I beni, in Trattato di diritto civile e commerciale diretto da Cicu-Messineo-Mengoni, Giuffrè, Milano, 2012 - U. Mattei, La proprietà, in Trattato di diritto civile, diretto da R. Sacco, Utet, Torino (ultima edizione) - U. Mattei, Beni comuni. Un manifesto, Laterza, Roma-Bari (ultima edizione) - R. Orestano, Azione, diritti soggettivi, persone giuridiche: scienza del diritto e storia, Il mulino, Bologna, 1978 - A. Pisanò, Diritti deumanizzati, Giuffrè, Milano, 2012 - S. Rodotà, Il terribile diritto. Studi sulla proprietà privata e i beni comuni, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2013 - S. Rodotà, Dal soggetto alla persona. Trasfomazioni di una categoria giuridica, in Filosofia del diritto, XXI, n. 3, 2007, 365- 377 - M. Tallacchini, Diritto per la natura, ecologia e filosofia del diritto, Giappichelli, Torino, 1996 - G. Teubner, Ibridi ed attanti. Attori collettivi ed enti non umani nella società e nel diritto, Mimesis, Roma, 2015 - P. Zatti, Persona giuridica e soggettività, Cedam, Padova, 1975K. Thomas, L’uomo e la natura, Einaudi, Torino, 1994 For the moot court competition the following books are highly recommended as a support research material: - Amadio-Macario (a cura di), Diritto civile. Norme, questioni, concetti, 2 vol., ed. Il mulino, Bologna, 2015 - Monateri-Gianti-Siliquini Cinelli, Danno e risarcimento, in Trattato sulla responsabilità civile dir. da P.G. Monateri, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 - M. Lobuono (a cura di), Questioni di diritto privato. Itinerari per l’insegnamento, Giuffrè, 2014
Teaching targetsThe primary objective of this course is to make the student able to reconstruct the fundamental institutions of the law of persons and property in the context of a renewed system of sources – both Italian and comparative - with particular attention to the most recent and significant jurisprudential developments. The training will stimulate the use of interdisciplinary methodological tools in order to furnish students with non-traditional resources to understand the socio-legal phenomena concerning the man-thing relationship. A specific module will be devoted a the seminar activity of moot courts on the various issues of civil law (liability, contract, property, person and family). All students are required to participate actively according to the schedule and the instructions which will be posted on the DIR’s web site. For non-attending the primary objective of this course is to make the student able to reconstruct the fundamental institutions of the law of property in the context of a renewed system of sources – both Italian and comparative - with particular attention to the most recent and significant jurisprudential developments.
Prerequisites- Private law
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized around weekly reading assignments, class discussion rather than lectures. Attendance in recommended. The teaching method consists in lessons devoted to explain the main concepts of the program. Active participation to lectures and theoretical exercises are considered essential factors in assessing the students’ learning degree. During the lessons, we will proceed in classroom discussions on issues and topics identified with students. The subjects, therefore, be dealt with in theory with many references to the rules of interpretation expressed by the courts in applying the law, as well as the comparative experiences in historical contexts, economic and anthropological. The moot court seminar activity allows the discussion of a series of fictitious cases by students organized in small groups in a straight-up elimination tournament.
Grading rulesOral examinations will last about 20 minutes, aimed at verifying that the student, in addition to having mastered the basics tenets of the program, understands the methodological tools which helps to provide original solutions in a wide range of civil law issues.
Full argumentsThe course is devoted to the theoretical and practical study of: (1) the notion of personhood and legal subjectivity; (2) the modern divergence between “subject” and “object”; (3) the theoretical notion of thing (and its taxonomy); (4) critical perspectives about the extension of property; (5) the analysis of hybrid situations (the unborn, the human-body, animals, nature, future generations). The moot court competition (24 hours) is a seminar activity divided in two stages: in the first part the participants (in groups) will have to prepare a written statement of the arguments in their capacity as plaintiff or defendant. In the second part (the adversarial one), the teams will face off exposing their comments orally. At the end of the qualifying rounds, semi-finals and a final, a Board of Judges will announce the winning team. For non-attending students the course is devoted to the theoretical and practical study of three areas in the field of property law: the law of things (general theory and its boundaries), property (historical-dogmatic approach) and commons theory. . In each of these subjects the program refers constantly on the most important theoretical implications in the context of history, economics and anthropology. The training will stimulate the use of interdisciplinary methodological tools in order to furnish students with non-traditional resources to understand the socio-legal phenomena concerning the man-thing relationship.
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CourseCriminal procedure
Course IDGM207
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPIATTOLI Barbara
TeachersPIATTOLI Barbara, ADRIATICI Massimo
CFU15
Teaching duration (hours)110
Individual study time 265
SSDIUS/16 - DIRITTO PROCESSUALE PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year4
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractCriminal Procedure • Constitutional background. • Italian criminal proceedings and the European Convention for the protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. • The judge. The public prosecutor. The police. The accused. The counsel. Other parties. The victim. • Procedural acts or documents. • Evidence. • Pre-trial detention. • Preliminary investigations and preliminary hearing. • Ordinary model of criminal proceedings. Trial. • Summary procedures. •General principles on appeals. complaint to the Supreme Court. • Res iudicata and double jeopardy clause. • Some notes on special proceedings. • International cooperation in criminal matters.
Reference textsAA.VV, Compendio di procedura penale, a cura di Conso-Grevi-Bargis, Cedam, 2016. The use of an updated code is recommended.
Teaching targetsThe aim is to introduce students to an appropriate knowledge of italian criminal proceedings. Students will also learn correct use of criminal procedure law instruments. At the end of the course students must be able to use properly procedural criminal law sources, to understand and use properly legal therminology and to develop critical ability to systematic analysis.
PrerequisitesConstitutional Law ; Criminal Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures. Workshops with judges and lawyers will be organized during the course. We suggest students to attend the course.
Other informationsStudents can contact the professor during her office hours or sending an e-mail or through videoconferencing.
Grading rulesOral exam on the whole program. Intermediate oral test will be possible in january 2017 for those students who attend lessons. Students must be able to use properly procedural criminal law sources, to understand and use properly legal therminology and to develop critical ability to systematic analysis.
Full arguments-Criminal jurisdiction and proceedings. - Models of proceedings (inquisitorial, adversary and "mixed"). - The article 111 Constitution and the "fair trial". International sources of the criminal trial law. - Judge, public prosecutor; investigative police; defendant; victim; counsel. - Acts: notion; general rules; form of decisions; summons; terms; nullity and inadmissibility. - Evidence: direct and indirect evidence; general rules; typical evidence; elements about means of evidence and corresponding investigative acts. - Pre-trial detention. - Pre-trial (investigation, indictment; preliminary hearing); trial; sentencing. - Some notes on special proceedings and proceedings before a single judge. - Remedies: notion; general rules; leave of appeal; complaint to the Supreme Court. - Res iudicata and double jeopardy clause. - Internationale cooperation in criminal matters -

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CourseDIRITTO PROCESSUALE PENALE EUROPEO
Course IDGM100
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPIATTOLI Barbara
TeachersPIATTOLI Barbara
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
SSDIUS/16 - DIRITTO PROCESSUALE PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year4
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractEU Criminal Procedure This course is intended as an introduction to EU criminal law and to the instruments for cooperation in criminal matters. It will consider the origins, the institutional system and the legal framework of criminal justice cooperation in the EU. The following topics will be addressed: - EU developments since the Maastricht Treaty. Criminal Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: a new legal basis for action in criminal matters. - The Influence of the European Law on the National Criminal Procedure - Legal instruments dealing with police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Europol Convention, Convention on Mutual legal Assistance, Schengen Convention, European Judicial network, Eurojust, Europol, Olaf) - Tools of Mutual Recognition in the EU: the European Arrest Warrant as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation and its implementation in Member States. - The EU directive on the European Investigation Order - Other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on the rights in the criminal proceedings (EU No. 2010/64; No. 2012/13; No. 2012/29). - The freezing, confiscation and recovery of assets: focus on Directive 2014/42/EU and the state of play in relation to its provisions and its italian transposition - The Institution and the Functioning of a European Public Prosecutor - ECHR and criminal justice: which remedies? - Case Law of the European Court of Justice on the Ne bis in idem Principle. Emphasis will be placed upon the relevance of EU measures for legal practise, but the necessary theoretical background will be provided.
Reference textsManuale di procedura penale europea, a cura di R. Kostoris, Giuffrè, ult. Ediz.
Teaching targetsThe aim is to introduce students to an appropriate knowledge of international cooperation in criminal matters. Students will also learn correct use of EU criminal procedure law instruments. At the end of the course students must be able to use properly EU procedural criminal law sources, to understand and use properly legal therminology.
PrerequisitesCriminal Procedure.
Didattics MethodsLectures (44 hours).
Other informationsWorkshops with judges and lawyers will be organized during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam.
Full argumentsThis course is intended as an introduction to EU criminal law and to the instruments for cooperation in criminal matters. It will consider the origins, the institutional system and the legal framework of criminal justice cooperation in the EU. The following topics will be addressed: - EU developments since the Maastricht Treaty. Criminal Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: a new legal basis for action in criminal matters. - The Influence of the European Law on the National Criminal Procedure - Legal instruments dealing with police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Europol Convention, Convention on Mutual legal Assistance, Schengen Convention, European Judicial network, Eurojust, Europol, Olaf) - Tools of Mutual Recognition in the EU: the European Arrest Warrant as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation and its implementation in Member States. - The EU directive on the European Investigation Order - Other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on the rights in the criminal proceedings (EU No. 2010/64; No. 2012/13; No. 2012/29). -The freezing, confiscation and recovery of assets and focus on Directive 2014/42/EU and the state of play in relation to its provisions and its italian transposition - The Institution and the Functioning of a European Public Prosecutor - ECHR and criminal justice: which remedies? - Case Law of the European Court of Justice on the Ne bis in idem Principle. Emphasis will be placed upon the relevance of EU measures for legal practise, but the necessary theoretical background will be provided.
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CourseECONOMIA COGNITIVA E SPERIMENTALE
Course IDGM042
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year4
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractBehavioural economics, experimental economics, cognitive economics
Reference textsPapers
Teaching targetsKnowing the main results of behavioural economics and its main application to firms, law, consumer. Stimulating students to reason on knowledge, motivation and incentive, expertise and learning.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLessons
Other informationsOn line quizzes
Grading rulesMultiple choice test with 34 questions
Full argumentsIndividual perception, human senses and memory Rationality and cognitive biases Learning and routines Consumer behaviour Behavioural Law and Economics and Nudge
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CourseLabour law
Course IDGM016
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersSANTINI Fabrizia
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)88
Individual study time 212
SSDIUS/07 - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year4
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course offers a complete analysis of labor law in its double articulation: the discipline of the employment relationship and the Right. Care should be taken to highlight in which institutions of the public sector employment still differs from the private sector, not forgetting to make an economic analysis of the rules of specific institutions.
Reference texts- F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Il diritto del lavoro. Il rapporto di lavoro subordinato, Utet, Torino, ult. ed. - F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Il diritto del lavoro. Il diritto sindacale, Utet, Torino, ult. ed. Or Labour law and industrial relations in Italy, Wolters Kluwer, ult. ed.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course the student will have a knowledge of the law governing the employment relationship employed by the private sector and employment in the public administration, of the Right and will apply the rules and institutions for practical cases.
PrerequisitesThe general prerequisites. It is required to pass at least two of the following exams: Private Law - Institutions of Roman Law - Constitutional Law
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized into lectures. Attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended in order to acquire, including through classroom activities, a greater mastery of the subject, the legal vocabulary and understanding of the legislative texts technique that from time to time are analyzed.
Other informationsStudents are encouraged to refer to the course page of Dir for the supplementary material and to support besides lesson for the detailed program
Grading rulesAs per the CCL Regulation, there will be a mid-term exam concerning the first part of the course, in writing, reserved for students attending. written final exam - The test - written - will last 45 minutes. It will consist of a series of "open questions". It aims to verify the knowledge of the regulations, the ability to process and organize data and concepts learned, applying discipline in the solution of practical cases.
Full argumentsSubject of the course will be the right of association and the right of employment relationships and, in particular: - To the right of association: the historical evolution of the Right Italian; the trade union organization; Freedom of Association; representation and trade union representation; corporate union representation (in the private sector and in the public sector) and trade union rights in the workplace; the collective agreement (models, structure, effectiveness, mandatory nature); the relationship between collective agreements and between collective bargaining and the law; collective bargaining in the civil service "privatized"; the collective dispute (the right to strike in its general outlines legal -nature, ownership, boundaries - and other forms of industrial action); the strike in essential public services; lockout; the repression of the anti-union behavior; - To the right of the employment relationship: the sources of labor law; the concepts of subordination, autonomy and parasubordination; the organization of the labor market and the establishment of relations; the type of employment contracts (fixed-term contract, parttime, temp work, etc.). the Governing power of the employer (general profiles, the discipline and the tasks of the employee's transfer, the working time management); the power of control and disciplinary power; the protection of health and safety in the workplace; remuneration (constitutional profiles, concept and structure, wage automation); the suspension of the employment relationship; layoffs; of the surplus personnel; the layoffs of discipline. Particular attention is given to developing skills in understanding and drafting of written texts. Students will be asked to rework, even in writing, analysis of case law material and / or doctrinal. Even the interim and final tests are in written form. In order to enrich the educational offer of the course giving the right space at the professional dimension, there is the testimony of a lawyer, a job counselor or a corporate lawyer who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law. Students are advised to check the detailed schedule of classes posted on DIR for the topics of the individual lectures.
Course borrowed toECONOMIA E POLITICHE PUBBLICHE, AMBIENTE E CULTURA (2006) - P0208 DIRITTO DEL LAVORO - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - GS0070 DIRITTO DEL LAVORO E PARI OPPORTUNITA' - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - P1348 DIRITTO DEL LAVORO E PARI OPPORTUNITA' - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - P1348 DIRITTO DEL LAVORO E PARI OPPORTUNITA' - ALESSANDRIA
Società e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - P1377 DIRITTO DEL LAVORO E PARI OPPORTUNITA' - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08
Course IDGM196
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
SSDIUS/08 - DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year4
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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NOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
Year4
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageItalian language
AbstractThe seminar, organized in cooperation with the Forensic School named "Giorgio Ambrosoli", is divided into two parts: one related to the issues of forensic rhetoric and public speaking with specialized linguistics professors; the other, reserved for writing of acts and judicial opinions, is organized in cooperation with the lawer practicing at the Alessandria Court.
Reference textsMaterials assigned or recommended to students
Teaching targetsStudents must develop the ability to "know how" and "knowing how to be", introducing to forensic dialectics and to a clearness and brief law writing.
PrerequisitesFor students enrolled in the 3th, 4th and 5th year of Law degree course.
Didattics MethodsLectures and practice exercises in class and at home
Grading rulesMandatory attendance, with verification, correction and evaluation of the assigned papers.
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/08
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
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CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Year4
SiteNOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10
Course IDGM197
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year4
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera
Year4
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractTHE SEMINAR WILL FOCUS ON A INTERDISCIPLINARY TOPIC THAT WILL BE CHOSEN AND ANNOUNCED AT LEAST ONE MONTH BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMINAR: FOR EXAMPLE, THE ABUSE OF RIGHTS.
Reference textsTHE TEXTS WILL BE INDICATED BY THE TEACHER AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMINAR: SENTENCES, ESSAYS OR CHAPTERS OF BOOKS.
Teaching targetsABILITY TO FOCUS ON HIGHLY INTERDISCIPLINARY CONTENT AND CRITICAL ACQUISITION OF THEM. ABILITY TO CONVERSE IN REASONED MANNER AND TO DRAW UP A WRITTEN ARTICULATED, BUT SYNTHETIC TEXT, SUMMARIZING WHAT HAS BEEN HEARD AND READ, AND MAKING PERSONAL OPINIONS.
PrerequisitesA GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT OF THE FIRST TWO YEARS: IN PARTICULAR, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, PRIVATE LAW AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW I.
Didattics MethodsSOME INTROCUCTORY LECTURES AND OTHER ACRIVITIES, ALSO WITH THE PARTECIPATION OF TEACHERS OF OTHER SUBJECTS, PROFESSORS OF OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND EXPERTS IN THE FIELD. ATTENDENCE IS MANDATORY
Grading rulesA WRITTEN TEXT OR A PRESENTATION
Full argumentsTHE PROGRAM WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT LEAST ONE MONTH BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMINAR.
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/10
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
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CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Year4
SiteNOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/11
Course IDGM202
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
SSDIUS/11 - DIRITTO CANONICO E DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year4
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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NOVARA
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/11
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Year4
SiteNOVARA

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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/11
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
Year4
SiteALESSANDRIA
AbstractThe program of Seminar shall examine the problems of the multicultural society in the case law of EHRC. In particularly will be examined the problems about: rising intolerance; discrimination; parallel societies; loss of democratic freedoms; a possible clash between "religious freedom" and freedom of expression in the CEDU system
Reference textsSentences of Court of Strasbourg in French or English
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism, discrimination for ethnic and religious reasons; knowledge of the cases law of the EHRC
PrerequisitesNothing
Didattics Methods8 hours the lesson in the class room 16 hours dedicated the analysis of case law of the EHRC
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype)
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) Whit oral exposure by students c) Written report about the sentences d) Goals: i) knowledge of the cases law; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical problems; iii) ability of analysis some sentences
Full argumentsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism, discrimination for ethnic and religious reasons; knowledge of the cases law of the EHRC
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20
Course IDGM208
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderREVELLI Marco
TeachersREVELLI Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)24
SSDIUS/20 - FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year4
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Seminar course is aimed at the problematization of the concept of justice in the historical sense and theoretical – conceptual. The object is the perception of the difference between the " paradigm of the ancient " or " classics " and the " modern paradigm "
Reference textsPlato, Republic (Myth of the Cave, the argument of Thrasymachus ) Plato, Gorgias (comparison with Callicles) Aristotle , Nicomachean Ethics ( V ) Norberto Bobbio, Giusnaturalismo e positivismo giuridico ( three chapters ) , Laterza
Teaching targetsProvide students already able to master the field of law categories theoretical and conceptual and problematize the concept of justice in relation to the thought of the classical and modern
Didattics MethodsLectures and seminar discussion . Attendance is mandatory and will be verified
Other informationsStudents will be provided for each lesson slides containing the main concepts that will be covered
Grading rulesA written report and a final collective interview. In the report , the student must demonstrate that they have assimilated the basic concepts and be able to adequately argue their options for or criticism of the two paradigms . In the final interview in collective form ( two hours ) is indeed confronted the two theses
Full argumentsThe seminar course will be structured in three sections . The first section dedicated to the " classics paradigm” focused on the Socratic - Platonic - Aristotelian model in turn compared with the critical sophistic ( Callicles , Thrasymachus ) . The second section directed at making explicit the original lines of the "modern" paradigm with special emphasis on Hobbesian model. On the one hand, therefore , the classic doctrine of natural law, on the other the so-called modern natural law and the root of legal positivism. Amid the discussion of the " fracture " has taken place between the Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution by the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ( Giordano Bruno, but also Shakespeare 's Hamlet and the Quixote of Cervantes )
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CourseSEMINARIO APPARTENENTE AL SSD IUS/20
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderREVELLI Marco
TeachersREVELLI Marco
Year4
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Seminar course is aimed at the problematization of the concept of justice in the historical sense and theoretical – conceptual. The object is the perception of the difference between the " paradigm of the ancient " or " classics " and the " modern paradigm "
Reference textsPlato, Republic (Myth of the Cave, the argument of Thrasymachus ) Plato, Gorgias (comparison with Callicles) Aristotle , Nicomachean Ethics ( V ) Norberto Bobbio, Giusnaturalismo e positivismo giuridico ( three chapters ) , Laterza
Teaching targetsProvide students already able to master the field of law categories theoretical and conceptual and problematize the concept of justice in relation to the thought of the classical and modern
Didattics MethodsLectures and seminar discussion . Attendance is mandatory and will be verified
Other informationsStudents will be provided for each lesson slides containing the main concepts that will be covered
Grading rulesA written report and a final collective interview. In the report , the student must demonstrate that they have assimilated the basic concepts and be able to adequately argue their options for or criticism of the two paradigms . In the final interview in collective form ( two hours ) is indeed confronted the two theses
Full argumentsThe seminar course will be structured in three sections . The first section dedicated to the " classics paradigm” focused on the Socratic - Platonic - Aristotelian model in turn compared with the critical sophistic ( Callicles , Thrasymachus ) . The second section directed at making explicit the original lines of the "modern" paradigm with special emphasis on Hobbesian model. On the one hand, therefore , the classic doctrine of natural law, on the other the so-called modern natural law and the root of legal positivism. Amid the discussion of the " fracture " has taken place between the Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution by the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ( Giordano Bruno, but also Shakespeare 's Hamlet and the Quixote of Cervantes )
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Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Year4
SiteNOVARA

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CourseTIROCINIO, STAGE O ESPERIENZE LAVORATIVE
Course IDGM141
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU3
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year4
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseTax law
Course IDGM038
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2012/2013
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSUCCIO Roberto
TeachersSUCCIO Roberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/12 - DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year4
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
Course borrowed fromECONOMIA AZIENDALE (1420) - E0329 DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseAdvanced course on company law
Course IDGM133
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARCELLONA Eugenio
TeachersBARCELLONA Eugenio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year5
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will concern the prohibition of leonina societas and its relevance in the context of modern corporate law.
Reference textsSpecific materials will be suggested in class. Students may prepare the exam on the following texts: - Santagata R., Dei patti di retrocessione a prezzo garantito alle azioni "redimibili" (una rilettura del divieto del patto leonino nella S.p.A. riformata), in Rivista del diritto commerciale e del diritto generale delle obbligazioni, 2013, fasc. 4 pag. 537 - 584 - Abriani N., Il divieto di patto leonino, Giuffré, 1994 - Barcellona E., Clausole di put & call a prezzo predefinito: fra divieto di patto leonino e principio di corrispettività, Giuffré, 2004
Teaching targetsThe course aims at offering a deeper understanding of corporate law and the development of legal writing skills.
PrerequisitesStudents shall have a basic knowledge of corporate law.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be held in seminar format and students may be requested to prepare short essays or presentations, memoranda, comment rulings or to solve cases related to the topics that will be discussed in class. Attendance to specific class discussions and submission of the relevant written works will be mandatory in order to pass the exam.
Other informationsCertain lessons might be held in the IT lab to allow students to write their essays. A few hours will be dedicated to assisting the students in the preparation of their works.
Grading rulesSpecific indications will be given to, and agreed with, students at the beginning of the course. The essays and works required during the course will be graded and will constitute part of the finale grade.
Full argumentsA. Introduction 1. Historical origins of leonina societas. B. The prohibition 1. Extension of the prohibition 2. Doctrinal justifications for the existence of the prohibition C. Law in action 1. The prohibition of leonina societas in modern corporate law 2. Put and call at fixed price in share purchase agreements 3. The shareholder position between financing and managerial powers 4. The application of the prohibition of leonina societas to put and call options. D. Case law 5. Recent case law on the subject.
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CourseAdvanced course on company law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
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Year5
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CourseAdvanced course on company law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARCELLONA Eugenio
TeachersBARCELLONA Eugenio
Year5
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will concern the prohibition of leonina societas and its relevance in the context of modern corporate law.
Reference textsSpecific materials will be suggested in class. Students may prepare the exam on the following texts: - Santagata R., Dei patti di retrocessione a prezzo garantito alle azioni "redimibili" (una rilettura del divieto del patto leonino nella S.p.A. riformata), in Rivista del diritto commerciale e del diritto generale delle obbligazioni, 2013, fasc. 4 pag. 537 - 584 - Abriani N., Il divieto di patto leonino, Giuffré, 1994 - Barcellona E., Clausole di put & call a prezzo predefinito: fra divieto di patto leonino e principio di corrispettività, Giuffré, 2004
Teaching targetsThe course aims at offering a deeper understanding of corporate law and the development of legal writing skills.
PrerequisitesStudents shall have a basic knowledge of corporate law.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be held in seminar format and students may be requested to prepare short essays or presentations, memoranda, comment rulings or to solve cases related to the topics that will be discussed in class. Attendance to specific class discussions and submission of the relevant written works will be mandatory in order to pass the exam.
Other informationsCertain lessons might be held in the IT lab to allow students to write their essays. A few hours will be dedicated to assisting the students in the preparation of their works.
Grading rulesSpecific indications will be given to, and agreed with, students at the beginning of the course. The essays and works required during the course will be graded and will constitute part of the finale grade.
Full argumentsA. Introduction 1. Historical origins of leonina societas. B. The prohibition 1. Extension of the prohibition 2. Doctrinal justifications for the existence of the prohibition C. Law in action 1. The prohibition of leonina societas in modern corporate law 2. Put and call at fixed price in share purchase agreements 3. The shareholder position between financing and managerial powers 4. The application of the prohibition of leonina societas to put and call options. D. Case law 5. Recent case law on the subject.
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CourseAdvanced criminal law
Course IDGM025
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersPETRINI Davide, VIGLINO Marco
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
SSDIUS/17 - DIRITTO PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractSome criminal offences, with particular attention to case law.
Reference textsStudents who attend the lectures will study their own lectures outline. Students who do not attend the lectures, will study: D. PULITANÒ, Introduzione alla parte speciale del diritto penale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2010 (pp.1-132). D. PULITANÒ (a cura di), Diritto penale. Parte speciale, vol. I, Tutela penale della persona, Giappichelli, Torino, II ed., 2014 (pp. 121-156; 259-348).
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course, students should be able to understand some criminal offences and in particular the implementation by case law. In addition they should be to understand role played by the IT in certain crimes (prostitution and child pornography).
PrerequisitesStudents need to have passed the exam ‘Diritto Penale I’ and ‘Diritto Penale II’.
Didattics MethodsDuring the lectures, students will read and study the case law of the Cassation Court together with the professor. Consequently attending the lectures is essential to understand case law.
Other informationsCase law will be available on the website (didactics platform).
Grading rulesThe exam will take place only in oral form.
Full argumentsCrimes against sexual liberty. Crimes against sexual integrity of minors: prostitution and child pornography. Crimes against public safety.
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CourseAdvanced criminal procedure
Course IDGM071
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPIATTOLI Barbara
TeachersPIATTOLI Barbara
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
SSDIUS/16 - DIRITTO PROCESSUALE PENALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractEU Criminal Procedure This course is intended as an introduction to EU criminal law and to the instruments for cooperation in criminal matters. It will consider the origins, the institutional system and the legal framework of criminal justice cooperation in the EU. The following topics will be addressed: - EU developments since the Maastricht Treaty. Criminal Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: a new legal basis for action in criminal matters. - The Influence of the European Law on the National Criminal Procedure - Legal instruments dealing with police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Europol Convention, Convention on Mutual legal Assistance, Schengen Convention, European Judicial network, Eurojust, Europol, Olaf) - Tools of Mutual Recognition in the EU: the European Arrest Warrant as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation and its implementation in Member States. - The EU directive on the European Investigation Order - Other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on the rights in the criminal proceedings (EU No. 2010/64; No. 2012/13; No. 2012/29). - The freezing, confiscation and recovery of assets: focus on Directive 2014/42/EU and the state of play in relation to its provisions and its italian transposition - The Institution and the Functioning of a European Public Prosecutor - ECHR and criminal justice: which remedies? - Case Law of the European Court of Justice on the Ne bis in idem Principle. Emphasis will be placed upon the relevance of EU measures for legal practise, but the necessary theoretical background will be provided.
Reference textsManuale di procedura penale europea, a cura di R. Kostoris, Giuffrè, ult. Ediz.
Teaching targetsThe aim is to introduce students to an appropriate knowledge of international cooperation in criminal matters. Students will also learn correct use of EU criminal procedure law instruments. At the end of the course students must be able to use properly EU procedural criminal law sources, to understand and use properly legal therminology.
PrerequisitesCriminal Procedure.
Didattics MethodsLectures (44 hours).
Other informationsWorkshops with judges and lawyers will be organized during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam.
Full argumentsThis course is intended as an introduction to EU criminal law and to the instruments for cooperation in criminal matters. It will consider the origins, the institutional system and the legal framework of criminal justice cooperation in the EU. The following topics will be addressed: - EU developments since the Maastricht Treaty. Criminal Justice in the Lisbon Treaty: a new legal basis for action in criminal matters. - The Influence of the European Law on the National Criminal Procedure - Legal instruments dealing with police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Europol Convention, Convention on Mutual legal Assistance, Schengen Convention, European Judicial network, Eurojust, Europol, Olaf) - Tools of Mutual Recognition in the EU: the European Arrest Warrant as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation and its implementation in Member States. - The EU directive on the European Investigation Order - Other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on the rights in the criminal proceedings (EU No. 2010/64; No. 2012/13; No. 2012/29). -The freezing, confiscation and recovery of assets and focus on Directive 2014/42/EU and the state of play in relation to its provisions and its italian transposition - The Institution and the Functioning of a European Public Prosecutor - ECHR and criminal justice: which remedies? - Case Law of the European Court of Justice on the Ne bis in idem Principle. Emphasis will be placed upon the relevance of EU measures for legal practise, but the necessary theoretical background will be provided.
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CourseAdvanced labour law
Course IDGM072
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSANTINI Fabrizia
TeachersSANTINI Fabrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/07 - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to deepen the main innovations in the field of employment and trade union rights, including on ministerial circulars and the most recent case law.
Reference textsInserire il dettaglio della bibliografia. 6000 caratteri al massimo For attending students: notes taken in class For non-attending students: - F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Il diritto del lavoro. Il rapporto di lavoro subordinato, Utet, Torino, ult. ed. - F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Il diritto del lavoro. Il diritto sindacale, Utet, Torino, ult. ed. The teacher can point out some articles of doctrine to the most recent regulatory changes that have not yet been considered by the volumes of text.
Teaching targetsthorough knowledge of the latest innovations in the field of legislation governing the employment relationship and the right of association. Thanks to methods for providing education (seminar) and exam (preparation of a term paper), the course pays special attention to the growth of skills in the field of written legal texts processing.
PrerequisitesNot any
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized in seminar lessons. Attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended in order to acquire, including through classroom activities, a greater mastery of the subject, the legal vocabulary and understanding of the legislative texts technique that from time to time are analyzed.
Other informationsStudents are encouraged to refer to the course page of Dir for the supplementary material and to support lessons.
Grading rulesIt 'expected to draft a paper to descriptive character for the deepening of specific themes. - Written tests - The final exam will consist in the preparation of a written paper in order to test the students' ability to develop, organize and present data and concepts learned effectively.
Full argumentsDescribed by some scholars as the "year zero" of labor law, the last decade has seen the succession of a series of regulatory measures and events that have significantly changed the labor law. The course aims to deepen, with a focus on economic and political aspects, the changes introduced with the reform Fornero, Letta and Renzi, the cd. "If Fiat" and the last inter-confederation agreements. In order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
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CourseBankruptcy law
Course IDGM019
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAMBROSINI Stefano
TeachersAMBROSINI Stefano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/15 - DIRITTO PROCESSUALE CIVILE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseBankruptcy law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersAMBROSINI Stefano
Year5
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe object of the course is the analysis of the legal framework of corporate crisis, not only in the light of recent developments in case law on the subject, but also the recent reform of August 2015 (Decree Law no. 83/2015, converted with modifications, in l. 132/2015) and May 2016 (Decree Law no. 59/2016, converted with modifications, in l. 119/2016)). They will be analyzed, in particular, the following aspects: the declaration of bankruptcy and the failure of the company; the bodies of bankruptcy proceedings; the effects of bankruptcy and the verification of claims; the administration, liquidation and division of 'active; the termination of the bankruptcy and the bankruptcy agreement; the courts, restructuring agreements and action plans; the compulsory liquidation; the special administration of large insolvent firms. In the final part of the course they will be presented some cases of particular relevance, in which the teacher worked as Government Commissioner or consultant (Alitalia, Valtur, Bertone).
Reference texts- G. F. Campobasso, Diritto commerciale, vol. III, parte III, Le Procedure concorsuali, UTET, Torino, ultima edizione (da p. 335 a p. 488); - S. Ambrosini, Il concordato preventivo, in Trattato di diritto fallimentare e delle altre procedure concorsuali, diretto da F. Vassalli - F.P. Luiso - E. Gabrielli, vol. IV, Le altre procedure concorsuali, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014 (limitatamente alle sezioni da I a XIV, con esclusione delle sezioni VI e VII). - S. Ambrosini, Il nuovo diritto della crisi d’impresa: l. 132/15 e prossima riforma organica. Disciplina, problemi, materiali, Torino, 2016.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide knowledge of the main institutions of the bankruptcy law as they emerge in the elaboration of the doctrine and jurisprudence, in order to achieve the student critical reading skills learned.
PrerequisitesCommercial law.
Didattics MethodsClass lectures and seminars.
Other informationsAttendance is recommended.
Grading rulesWritten exam.
Full argumentsThe conditions of the failure: the quality of business entrepreneur (purchase and loss) and exemption from bankruptcy for the object of the business and enterprise size; insolvency and extent of the obligations; the failure of the company. The opening of bankruptcy proceedings: the entitlement to seek bankruptcy, competence, jurisdiction, the investigation and pre-bankruptcy proceedings and the decision. The liens and dismissal of bankruptcy. The bankruptcy estate: the competition execution and the administration of the bankruptcy estate for liquidating (in particular temporary operation and business rental); bodies involved in the failure (bankruptcy court, Chief Judge, creditors 'meeting, creditors' committee and curator); competence and ritual in bankruptcy litigation (special rite of the assessment of liabilities and of real and personal rights of others). The debtor's assets: property and rights (of unavailability constraint, the ineffectiveness of the acts committed by the bankrupt and formalities performed after the failure, the replacement of the receiver in the procedural relationships and supervening, with assets not included in the bankruptcy and personal effects); contractual relationships; different provisions on the takeover and on the dissolution in certain contracts. The reintegration of the collateral: the action to set aside the ordinary rules of insolvency and discipline. The liquidation, the breakdown of assets, the termination of the bankruptcy proceedings and the bankruptcy agreement. The negotiated adjustment of the crisis: the debt restructuring agreements, the recovery plans and the courts. The arrangement by the 1942 law to the 2015 mini-reform: the conditions for access; the application for composition; the anticipation of the effects of the application for composition; the plan in the scenario continuing business and the sale of assets; the division into classes of creditors; admission to the agreement, the effects and the ongoing contracts; the revocation of the admission, the exequatur and the approval of the arrangement. Administrative insolvency proceedings: the compulsory liquidation and administration of large insolvent firms. The reform prospects in the design scheme of the enabling act elaborated by the Ministerial Commission scheme established by the Ministry of Justice by Decree of 28 January 2015 (and subsequent amendments).
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CourseBankruptcy law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
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Year5
SiteNOVARA

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CourseCivil law (property)
Course IDGM010
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
TeachersMIGUEZ NUNEZ Rodrigo
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 159
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryA - Base
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractFor attending students The course aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of personhood and property law in order to achieve a solid base to deal with current issues related to the dialectical contrast between persons (subjects) and things (objects). Simultaneously, moot courts activities will take place on various topics of civil (liability, contract, property, personhood and family law). Attending students are required to participate actively in accordance with the schedule and instructions that will be posted on DIR’s site. For non-attending students The course aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of the law of property in order to achieve a solid base to deal with current issues related to the sustainable development of common resources, as well as to participate in political and legal debates about the destiny of things, the extent of property and the limitations of the market economy in areas relating to fundamental rights and personal development.
Reference textsThere is no particular prescribed textbook. As reference material –in addition to essays, encyclopedia entries and articles in specialized journals– it will be proposed readings on some chapters of the following books. A list of references and other course material for attending students will be provided in the first lesson. A lecture notes book will be provided to non-attending students upon specific request to the professor. - F. Alcaro, Riflessioni intorno alla soggettività giuridica: significato di un'evoluzione, Giuffrè, Milano, 1976 - A. Candian, et al., Property – Propriété – Eigentum, Cedam, Padova, 2002 - S. Castignone, Nuovi diritti e nuovi soggetti, Ecig, Genova, 1996 - O. Cayla-Y. Thomas, Il diritto di non nascere. A proposito del caso Perruche, Giuffrè, Milano, 2004 - A. Ciervo, I beni comuni, Ediesse, Roma, 2012 - R. Esposito, Le persone e le cose, Einaudi, Torino, 2014 - R. Esposito, Terza persona. Politica della vita e filosofia dell'impersonale, Einaudi, Torino, 2007 - A. Gambaro, I beni, in Trattato di diritto civile e commerciale diretto da Cicu-Messineo-Mengoni, Giuffrè, Milano, 2012 - U. Mattei, La proprietà, in Trattato di diritto civile, diretto da R. Sacco, Utet, Torino (ultima edizione) - U. Mattei, Beni comuni. Un manifesto, Laterza, Roma-Bari (ultima edizione) - R. Orestano, Azione, diritti soggettivi, persone giuridiche: scienza del diritto e storia, Il mulino, Bologna, 1978 - A. Pisanò, Diritti deumanizzati, Giuffrè, Milano, 2012 - S. Rodotà, Il terribile diritto. Studi sulla proprietà privata e i beni comuni, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2013 - S. Rodotà, Dal soggetto alla persona. Trasfomazioni di una categoria giuridica, in Filosofia del diritto, XXI, n. 3, 2007, 365- 377 - M. Tallacchini, Diritto per la natura, ecologia e filosofia del diritto, Giappichelli, Torino, 1996 - G. Teubner, Ibridi ed attanti. Attori collettivi ed enti non umani nella società e nel diritto, Mimesis, Roma, 2015 - P. Zatti, Persona giuridica e soggettività, Cedam, Padova, 1975K. Thomas, L’uomo e la natura, Einaudi, Torino, 1994 For the moot court competition the following books are highly recommended as a support research material: - Amadio-Macario (a cura di), Diritto civile. Norme, questioni, concetti, 2 vol., ed. Il mulino, Bologna, 2015 - Monateri-Gianti-Siliquini Cinelli, Danno e risarcimento, in Trattato sulla responsabilità civile dir. da P.G. Monateri, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 - M. Lobuono (a cura di), Questioni di diritto privato. Itinerari per l’insegnamento, Giuffrè, 2014
Teaching targetsThe primary objective of this course is to make the student able to reconstruct the fundamental institutions of the law of persons and property in the context of a renewed system of sources – both Italian and comparative - with particular attention to the most recent and significant jurisprudential developments. The training will stimulate the use of interdisciplinary methodological tools in order to furnish students with non-traditional resources to understand the socio-legal phenomena concerning the man-thing relationship. A specific module will be devoted a the seminar activity of moot courts on the various issues of civil law (liability, contract, property, person and family). All students are required to participate actively according to the schedule and the instructions which will be posted on the DIR’s web site. For non-attending the primary objective of this course is to make the student able to reconstruct the fundamental institutions of the law of property in the context of a renewed system of sources – both Italian and comparative - with particular attention to the most recent and significant jurisprudential developments.
Prerequisites- Private law
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized around weekly reading assignments, class discussion rather than lectures. Attendance in recommended. The teaching method consists in lessons devoted to explain the main concepts of the program. Active participation to lectures and theoretical exercises are considered essential factors in assessing the students’ learning degree. During the lessons, we will proceed in classroom discussions on issues and topics identified with students. The subjects, therefore, be dealt with in theory with many references to the rules of interpretation expressed by the courts in applying the law, as well as the comparative experiences in historical contexts, economic and anthropological. The moot court seminar activity allows the discussion of a series of fictitious cases by students organized in small groups in a straight-up elimination tournament.
Grading rulesOral examinations will last about 20 minutes, aimed at verifying that the student, in addition to having mastered the basics tenets of the program, understands the methodological tools which helps to provide original solutions in a wide range of civil law issues.
Full argumentsThe course is devoted to the theoretical and practical study of: (1) the notion of personhood and legal subjectivity; (2) the modern divergence between “subject” and “object”; (3) the theoretical notion of thing (and its taxonomy); (4) critical perspectives about the extension of property; (5) the analysis of hybrid situations (the unborn, the human-body, animals, nature, future generations). The moot court competition (24 hours) is a seminar activity divided in two stages: in the first part the participants (in groups) will have to prepare a written statement of the arguments in their capacity as plaintiff or defendant. In the second part (the adversarial one), the teams will face off exposing their comments orally. At the end of the qualifying rounds, semi-finals and a final, a Board of Judges will announce the winning team. For non-attending students the course is devoted to the theoretical and practical study of three areas in the field of property law: the law of things (general theory and its boundaries), property (historical-dogmatic approach) and commons theory. . In each of these subjects the program refers constantly on the most important theoretical implications in the context of history, economics and anthropology. The training will stimulate the use of interdisciplinary methodological tools in order to furnish students with non-traditional resources to understand the socio-legal phenomena concerning the man-thing relationship.
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CourseComparative private law
Course IDGM026
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSERAFINO Andrea
TeachersLUTHER Jorg, SERAFINO Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/02 - DIRITTO PRIVATO COMPARATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe main contents of the course are: Japanese and Chinese imperial codes, the Meiji Reform in Japan, the Chinese Guomindang codification, Socialist Law in Mao Tse Tung period, the modernization of China and Vietnam
Reference textsAJANI, SERAFINO, TIMOTEO, Il diritto dell’Asia Orientale, in Trattato di Diritto Comparato diretto da Rodolfo Sacco, UTET, Torino 2007 (AJANI, SERAFINO, TIMOTEO, Far East Asian Law, in Comparative Law Treaty, Editor Rodolfo Sacco, UTET, Turin 2007)
Teaching targetsA broad knowledge of East Asian legal systems compared to western legal models
Prerequisitesprivate law institutions
Didattics MethodsLectures and tutorial, with visual and power point systems
Other informationsNot mandatory, but higly suggested attendancy
Grading rulesBoth written and oral examinations
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the development of some Far East Asian Legal Systems from ancient to present times. The first subject to be introduced will be the problem of the translation of western legal words and concepts in traditional and modern Asian languages. Chinese and Japanese traditional and imperial law will be explained with the analysis and description of imperial codes. Asian legal systems will be studied taking in account the main institutional and cultural transformations of these Countries also in the light of Law and Economics approach. The analysis of economic transition effects on legal environment will complete this
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CourseComparative private law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSERAFINO Andrea
TeachersLUTHER Jorg, SERAFINO Andrea
Year5
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe main contents of the course are: Japanese and Chinese imperial codes, the Meiji Reform in Japan, the Chinese Guomindang codification, Socialist Law in Mao Tse Tung period, the modernization of China and Vietnam
Reference textsAJANI, SERAFINO, TIMOTEO, Il diritto dell’Asia Orientale, in Trattato di Diritto Comparato diretto da Rodolfo Sacco, UTET, Torino 2007 (AJANI, SERAFINO, TIMOTEO, Far East Asian Law, in Comparative Law Treaty, Editor Rodolfo Sacco, UTET, Turin 2007)
Teaching targetsA broad knowledge of East Asian legal systems compared to western legal models
Prerequisitesprivate law institutions
Didattics MethodsLectures and tutorial, with visual and power point systems
Other informationsNot mandatory, but higly suggested attendancy
Grading rulesBoth written and oral examinations
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the development of some Far East Asian Legal Systems from ancient to present times. The first subject to be introduced will be the problem of the translation of western legal words and concepts in traditional and modern Asian languages. Chinese and Japanese traditional and imperial law will be explained with the analysis and description of imperial codes. Asian legal systems will be studied taking in account the main institutional and cultural transformations of these Countries also in the light of Law and Economics approach. The analysis of economic transition effects on legal environment will complete this
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CourseComparative private law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
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Teaching leaderGARDELLA Bianca
Year5
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CourseComparative public law
Course IDGM034
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAVINO Massimo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/21 - DIRITTO PUBBLICO COMPARATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseDIRITTO INDUSTRIALE
Course IDGM020
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersSAPPA Cristiana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year5
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractStudents shall be able to analyse distinctive signs related legal rules (in particular trademark law); the protection of innovation and the different kinds of protection of creativity and investments for creative initiatives
Reference textsAa. V.v., Diritto Industriale. Proprietà Intellettuale e Concorrenza, 4 ed., Giappichelli, Torino, 2012 (Handbook on Intellectual Property and Competition, 2012, in Italian)
Teaching targetsThe program is aimed at studying the evolution of the different branches of Intellectual Property and at analyzing the dichotomy between the current technological and social framework and the applicable legal rules.
PrerequisitesBusiness Law
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationssuggested
Grading rulesTwo questions aimed at checking the understanding, the ability of analyzing, explaining and presenting two different topics afforded durino the lectures or in the handbook.
Full argumentsThe program is aimed at studying the evolution of the different branches of Intellectual Property and at analyzing the dichotomy between the current technological and social framework and the applicable legal rules. Students shall be able to analyse distinctive signs related legal rules (in particular trademark law); the protection of innovation and the different kinds of protection of creativity and investments for creative initiatives
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CourseDIRITTO INDUSTRIALE
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSAPPA Cristiana
TeachersSAPPA Cristiana
Year5
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractStudents shall be able to analyse distinctive signs related legal rules (in particular trademark law); the protection of innovation and the different kinds of protection of creativity and investments for creative initiatives
Reference textsAa. V.v., Diritto Industriale. Proprietà Intellettuale e Concorrenza, 4 ed., Giappichelli, Torino, 2012 (Handbook on Intellectual Property and Competition, 2012, in Italian)
Teaching targetsThe program is aimed at studying the evolution of the different branches of Intellectual Property and at analyzing the dichotomy between the current technological and social framework and the applicable legal rules.
PrerequisitesBusiness Law
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationssuggested
Grading rulesTwo questions aimed at checking the understanding, the ability of analyzing, explaining and presenting two different topics afforded durino the lectures or in the handbook.
Full argumentsThe program is aimed at studying the evolution of the different branches of Intellectual Property and at analyzing the dichotomy between the current technological and social framework and the applicable legal rules. Students shall be able to analyse distinctive signs related legal rules (in particular trademark law); the protection of innovation and the different kinds of protection of creativity and investments for creative initiatives
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CourseDIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE
Course IDGI0005
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCOSCIA Giuseppe
TeachersCOSCIA Giuseppe
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/13 - DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractGuidance in the identification of problems appplicativi
Reference textsMosconi and Campiglio , Private International Law and Procedure , Vol I and 2 , latest edition . It can be neglected the study of the Italian rules of private international law and Italian procedural different object from that dealt with by the Community regulations . Firm the study of the general provisions of international private and procedural law. Please note that the Regulation 2201/2003 is the latest edition examined in Vol . 2 of the recommended text .
Teaching targetsBasic knowledge
Prerequisitesthose provided
Didattics Methodsnone
Other informationsjudgments commented in the classroom
Grading rulesoral tests
Full argumentsPrivate international law and procedural : terminology, domestic and international sources and their coordination . The international jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments with particular reference to regulations 44/2001 and 1215/2012 and the 2201/2003 reg . The general theory of private international law , the coordination between legal systems and techniques accepted in the general theory or specific Italian regulations. The conflict rules in contractual and non-contractual matters ( reg.ti 593/2008 and 864/2007 ) .
Course borrowed fromGIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GM022 DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PRIVATO E PROCESSUALE - ALESSANDRIA

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CourseDiritto degli enti locali
Course IDGI0002
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseEnvironmental law
Course IDGM003
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
TeachersVIPIANA Piera, BRUTI LIBERATI Eugenio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe Course will analyse fundamental principles and rules of Environmental Law in UE and Italy and the Jurispudence of Court of Justice, Constitutional Court and national administrative, civil and criminal courts concerning the different issues of Environmental Law
Reference textsG. Rossi (a cura di), Diritto dell’ambiente, Giappichelli, Torino, 2015 (only the following parts: all the first Part; in the second Part, only the chapters II, III, IV, VII, X, XI, XII ; in the third Part, only the chapters I, II, V e VII).
Teaching targetsThe knowledge of Environmental Law today is essential not only for lawyers and judges but also for who works in public administrations and in private companies. The Course aims to supply the essential basis of this knowledge, particularly analyzing some specific issues, like environmental procedures, water and air protection, waste and recovery.
PrerequisitesAdministrative Law I will be done.
Didattics MethodsThe first part of the Course is based on the Professor’s lessons. The second part, however will have a seminarial character.
Other informationsBeyond the textbook previously suggested, the Professor will give students acts concerning jurisprudence and rules. The Professor is available to give student didactic support in his reception hours.
Grading rulesFor every student it’s provided an oral examination. Attending students can prepare a brief paper about issues indicated by the Professor,
Full argumentsThe Course will analyse the european and national discipline regarding the environment protection. It provides a general part, concerning the essential principles defined by EU Treaty and the complex system of legislative and administrative competences, and a special part, regarding the different sectors in which the Environmental Law is subdivided. Particular attention will be given to european, constitutional and administrative jurisprudence.
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CourseEuropean labour law
Course IDGM184
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSANTINI Fabrizia
TeachersSANTINI Fabrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/07 - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe right of the EU's work: the Community principles and directives that impact on labor law and the national trade union law.
Reference textsFor attending students.: notes and additional material made available by the teacher. not attending Students: P. Tosi – F. Lunardon, Introduzione al diritto del lavoro, 2. L’ordinamento europeo, Laterza, Bari, ult. ed.
Teaching targetsThe course is designed for students interested in European Union law as a complementary to the improvement of knowledge of the right of EU member states; as well as students interested in genarle to labor law, now more than ever influenced by Community policies and strictly interpreted in relation to them, both in the field of public employment in the private sector. The methods of teaching (theoretical lessons and insights jurisprudential) enable effective learning of the matter, it is always updated to the latest laws, both case law
PrerequisitesGoing to deepen the regulative principles of labor law at the supranational level, the course does not require knowledge of the national labor law.
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized in seminar lessons. Attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended in order to acquire, including through classroom activities, a greater mastery of the subject, the legal vocabulary and understanding of the legislative texts technique that from time to time are analyzed.
Other informationsAny additional material will be made available at the course page of Dir.
Grading rulesIt 'expected to draft a paper to descriptive character for the deepening of some institutions. - Written tests - The final exam will consist in the preparation of a written paper in order to test the students' ability to develop, organize and present data and concepts learned effectively
Full argumentsThe European labor law: birth and sources. The employment policy of the European Community: the discipline of the free movement of workers employed. Individual labor relations: non-standard employment; the prohibition of discrimination in the workplace; the protection of working conditions (improvement of the working environment, working mothers, the work of minors, working hours). Restructuring, corporate crisis and rights of the employers. The rights to information and participation of workers in company management. Collective relations. Collective bargaining: the representation of the European social partners; the European collective agreement in the system of sources, collective bargaining and Member States' transposition of the directives. In order to enrich the educational offer of the course also giving the right space at the professional dimension, it will be provided the testimony of a person applying the law (lawyer, judge, notary or company lawyer) who will explain in practical terms what it means today to be applying the law.
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CourseFamily law
Course IDGM132
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMIGLIASSO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/01 - DIRITTO PRIVATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseHealth care law
Course IDGM099
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDUZZI Renato
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/08 - DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseHistory of modern and contemporary law
Course IDGM064
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGORIA Federico Alessandro
TeachersGORIA Federico Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/19 - STORIA DEL DIRITTO MEDIEVALE E MODERNO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryA - Base
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to investigate the historical evolution of trade law, from the Middle Ages until now.
Reference textsThe course will be divided in two section, one general and the other special. Attending students will be taught in class what to study. Non-attending students will study one of there text for the general section: - Umberto Santarelli, Mercanti e società fra mercanti, Torino, Giappichelli 1998 (ma in corso di stampa la nuova edizione); OR - Francesco Galgano, Lex mercatoria, Bologna, Il Mulino 2010. For the special section one of these others: - Stefania Gialdroni, East India Company. Una storia giuridica (1600-1706), Bologna, Il Mulino 2011; OR - C. Angelici, M. Caravale, L. Moscati, U. Petronio, P. Spada, Negozianti e imprenditori. 200 anni dal Code de commerce, Milano, Mondadori, 2008.
Teaching targetsAcquire skills to understand the historical evolution of trade law and some of its specific characteristics, such as the great importance of customs.
PrerequisitesHave already passed the exams of Legal history from Middle to Modern Age and Constitutional Law
Didattics MethodsFront lessons; using slides to download from DIR, only for attending students.
Grading rulesOral examination.
Full argumentsThe course will examine in particular the evolution of commercial law from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century, emphasizing the peculiarity of the subject, as a result of a daily practice that will become custom; in the meantime, highlighting also the universal application of that legal uses, as a tool used by all the merchants in the known world to negociate each other. The analysis will be conducted both in terms of the medieval development of lex mercatoria and the birth of an organised commercial system (families and companies, the prohibition of usury, the foundation of the banks and the introduction of the bill of exchange, the evolution of the insurance contract), both in relation to its existence in the communal world (guilds’ organization and political influence of the merchants, mechanisms for resolving internal disputes, regulation of bankruptcy). With the crisis of the medieval indipendent cities and the rise of the Signoria, the Prince will improve his personal intervention in the creation of standards and commercial jurisdiction: key points of this process will be particularly the Ordonnances du commerce et de la marine of Louis XIV of France (1673-1681) and after that the napoleonic codification, with the promulgation of the Commercial Code of 1807 and its spread as the European model. Touches will ultimately be reserved on the legal debate that led to the unification of the italian code of commerce with the civil one, that took place in the 1942.

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CourseHistory of roman law
Course IDGM065
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/18 - DIRITTO ROMANO E DIRITTI DELL'ANTICHITÀ
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA, NOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will focus on the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
Reference textsThe examination will have to be prepared on the following text, to be studied in its entirety: F. ARCARIA - O. LICANDRO, Diritto romano. I. Storia costituzionale di Roma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014. Attending students will also study the additional text to be agreed for the drafting of the final report.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
PrerequisitesNot any.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. The course will be conducted in a seminar format, and lead to insights on specific topics identified by mutual agreement with the interested students, which will in any case required to draft of a final written report.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes. The drafting of the written report will contribute into the evaluation of the attending students, adding to their oral exposure.
Full argumentsThe Age of the Origins: Birth of Rome. The city and the Kings. The Etruscan Monarchy in the Roman Tradition. The Servian Reform. Fall of the Monarchy and establishment of the Republic. The first ius, knowledge of the Pontiffs, the paradigm of the responsum. Hypothesis of the first written Laws. The Age of the Republic: the constitution of the Roman Republic. The Origins of the Consulate. The emergence of the conflict between patricians and plebeians. The Twelve Tables: Legislative decemvirate the patrician-plebeian compromise, the ‘pontifical revenge’. The structure of the Respublica: the Republican Magistrates, the Popular Assemblies, the Republican Senate. The eclipse of the Pontiffs. People and laws, magistrates and edicts. The organization forms of Roman rule in Italy and the Mediterranean. The ‘scientific revolution’. The crisis of the Republican Constitution: the Social War to Sulla, Pompey and Caesar. The Age of the Principate: Octavian and the evolution of its power. Ius publice respondendi, the main features of the Jurisprudence of the Principate. The schools of Sabiniani and Proculiani. The vicissitudes of Imperial Power since the end of Augustus to that of the Julio-Claudian. Since the advent of the Flavii to the disappearance of Adriano. From the Age of Antonini to that of Severi. The jurisprudence in the Age of the Severi. The Law product from by the comitia, the Senate, the magistrates and the prince, the consilia principum. Italy’s government and the provinces, the imperial finances. From the Principate of Absolute Monarchy. Late Ancient Age: End of the Dynasty of Severi and Empire Crushing. Hellenized Christianity, Diocletian, Constantine, by Valentinian to Theodosius I. The Eastern Empire between V and VI century. The age of Justinian. The criminal repression.
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NOVARA

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CourseHistory of roman law
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARCES Pierfrancesco
TeachersARCES Pierfrancesco
Year5
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course will focus on the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
Reference textsThe examination will have to be prepared on the following text, to be studied in its entirety: F. ARCARIA - O. LICANDRO, Diritto romano. I. Storia costituzionale di Roma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014. Attending students will also study the additional text to be agreed for the drafting of the final report.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the history and evolution of the Roman Public Law, from its origins to Justinian, with particular attention to the formation and evolution of the constitutional structures of the civitas, the production of Law and criminal repression.
PrerequisitesNot any.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. The course will be conducted in a seminar format, and lead to insights on specific topics identified by mutual agreement with the interested students, which will in any case required to draft of a final written report.
Grading rulesIn the final examination will be evaluated the acquisition of knowledge and skills expected at the end of the course, using an interrogation takes of about twenty minutes. The drafting of the written report will contribute into the evaluation of the attending students, adding to their oral exposure.
Full argumentsThe Age of the Origins: Birth of Rome. The city and the Kings. The Etruscan Monarchy in the Roman Tradition. The Servian Reform. Fall of the Monarchy and establishment of the Republic. The first ius, knowledge of the Pontiffs, the paradigm of the responsum. Hypothesis of the first written Laws. The Age of the Republic: the constitution of the Roman Republic. The Origins of the Consulate. The emergence of the conflict between patricians and plebeians. The Twelve Tables: Legislative decemvirate the patrician-plebeian compromise, the ‘pontifical revenge’. The structure of the Respublica: the Republican Magistrates, the Popular Assemblies, the Republican Senate. The eclipse of the Pontiffs. People and laws, magistrates and edicts. The organization forms of Roman rule in Italy and the Mediterranean. The ‘scientific revolution’. The crisis of the Republican Constitution: the Social War to Sulla, Pompey and Caesar. The Age of the Principate: Octavian and the evolution of its power. Ius publice respondendi, the main features of the Jurisprudence of the Principate. The schools of Sabiniani and Proculiani. The vicissitudes of Imperial Power since the end of Augustus to that of the Julio-Claudian. Since the advent of the Flavii to the disappearance of Adriano. From the Age of Antonini to that of Severi. The jurisprudence in the Age of the Severi. The Law product from by the comitia, the Senate, the magistrates and the prince, the consilia principum. Italy’s government and the provinces, the imperial finances. From the Principate of Absolute Monarchy. Late Ancient Age: End of the Dynasty of Severi and Empire Crushing. Hellenized Christianity, Diocletian, Constantine, by Valentinian to Theodosius I. The Eastern Empire between V and VI century. The age of Justinian. The criminal repression.
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Year of rule2011/2012
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Year5
SiteNOVARA

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CourseInternational law
Course IDGI0004
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
SSDIUS/13 - DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseLaw and economics
Course IDGM043
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersCLERICO Giuseppe
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course of Law and Economics aims to examine from an economic point of view various legal issues such as property rights; contracts, the liability rules; uses, customs, institutions and conventions.
Reference textsIt is a course that examines from an economic point of view some topics of law. The Law and Economics is born and is developed in particular in the United States since World War II. In recent years also in Italy there has been a growing interest in the analysis of the legal problems using the principles of economic theory. The course is basically centered on four major topics: a) origin, role and evolution of the institutions For institutions we mean the rules (norms and conventions) that govern social interaction. The intent is to explain for what reasons arise; why and how to change; what effects they have on individual behavior. An institution does not necessarily require public intervention but can be born and remain spontaneously: it is the case of so-called conventions that may or may not be incorporated into a norm. b) economic theory of property rights There are different types of ownership (private property, public, joint, cooperative, non-profit etc.). The goal is to explain the reasons why they appear and develop different forms of ownership. For each form are examined in order to assess the peculiarities of individual behavior in the light of the economic theory of incentives and the efficiency criterion. c) economic theory of contracts There are many possible types of contracts. First we analyzed the feasibility conditions of a contract. Then we examine the variables that can be specified in a contract. We examine also the intrinsic incentives specific for any contract. Finally , we examine the contract default and possible remedies to such failure. d) economic theory of tort liability When choosing an action a person causes damage to another (think of a car accident). Then there is the problem of determining individual responsibility and to calculate the amount of compensation in favor of the injured party. There are several rules of liability (strict liability, negligence rules etc.). Each rule encourages different actors to adopt the most appropriate level of precaution to reduce the likelihood of accidents and / or the extent of damage caused. Particular attention is devoted to the mechanism of punitive damages.
Teaching targetsThe course of Law and Economics aims to examine from an economic point of view various legal issues such as property rights; contracts, the liability rules; uses, customs, institutions and conventions.
Prerequisitesto take the exame of law and economics it is necessary to have passed the exame of Economics
Didattics Methodslessons
Other informationsrecommended frequency
Grading rulesoral exam
Full argumentsFor people who ATTEND the course the teaching material will be announced at the beginning of the course. For people who DO NOT ATTEND the course the reference books are: R. Cooter, U. Mattei, P.G. Monateri, R. Pardolesi e T. Ulen, Il mercato delle regole. Analisi economica del diritto civile, Il Mulino, 2006 (due volumi). S. Shavell, Fondamenti dell’analisi economica del diritto,Giappichelli Editore, 2005. People non attending the course are invited to contact the teacher to choose the reference book.
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CourseMethods of historical and legal research
Course IDGM046
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMONGIANO Elisa
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/19 - STORIA DEL DIRITTO MEDIEVALE E MODERNO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CoursePublic finance
Course IDGM060
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCLERICO Giuseppe
TeachersCLERICO Giuseppe
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
Sites and/or partitions
ALESSANDRIA
NOVARA

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CoursePublic finance
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersCLERICO Giuseppe
Year5
SiteALESSANDRIA
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractTo allow the student to obtain a basic understanding of the nature, role and effects of the State activity in the economy.
Reference textsThe topics listed above are, in substance, treated by any modern manual of Public Finance in Italian. To people who do not attend, it will be given the freedom of choice of text. People who do not attend are invited to contact the teacher for the choice of the reference text. As an example, the following books are recommended: - Roberto ARTONI, Lezioni di Scienza delle Finanze, Il Mulino, ultima edizione - P. BOSI (a cura di), Corso di Scienza delle Finanze, Il Mulino, ultima edizione. - G. BROSIO, Economia e finanza pubblica, La Nuova Italia Scientifica, Roma, ultima edizione. - C. COSCIANI, Scienza delle Finanze, Utet, Torino, ultima edizione - J. STIGLITZ, Economia del settore pubblico, Hoepli, Milano, ultima edizione
Teaching targetsTo provide students with the basic analytical and interpretive tools for understanding the nature, role and effects of the State role in the economy with particular regard to the tax burden, public spending and regulation.
PrerequisitesTo take the exam of Public Finance is necessary to have passed the examination of Economics.
Didattics Methodslessons
Other informationsslides recommended frequency
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsThe course is an introduction to the analysis of the nature , the role , and the effects of the State on the economic system. The main esamined topics are: taxes, public expenditure, fiscal federalism, public choice, public budget, public debt, public regulation, and social security.
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CoursePublic finance
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
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Year5
SiteNOVARA

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CourseTESI DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE
Course IDGM074
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU18
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year5
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseTIROCINIO, STAGE O ESPERIENZE LAVORATIVE
Course IDGM141
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseUrban planning
Course IDGM039
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2011/2012
Degree1602 - GIURISPRUDENZA
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIPIANA Piera
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)44
Individual study time 106
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year5
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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