|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||IUS/21|
|MODULES||This unit is a module of:|
At the end of the course students will be able to know the multi-level framework of migration law as it results from the sources of law and from the jurisprudence at international, European Union and national level; to understand the relationship between these sources of migration law and the role of Courts operating into the different legal systems; to address the main legal challenges concerning the protection of human rights and the integration of migrants in Italy and in the main States of the European Union; to handle the legal instruments and the method for comparing the different situations in the field of immigration between the States of the European Union; to analyze and to discuss from a legal and constitutional perspective, the most current issues in the field of immigration in Italy and within the European Union.
Migration Law aims to provide students with the tools to know and critically analyse the migration law in force in the European Union, focusing in particular on the legal status of Third Country Nationals. Starting from the European law, the course will deepen the state of transposition of these rules into the Italian legal system and the related jurisprudence, comparing the National experience with that of other States both member and non-member of the European Union.
At the end of the module students will be able to:
- understand and deal with the complexity of migration discipline as a multi-level phenomenon (European states, EU, ECHR);
- understand and critically discuss the main issues of Italian law and jurisprudence and other European and non-European states;
- critically discuss the fundamental rights of migrants ;
- assess the impact of migration in States' legal systems;
- express through technical terms specific to the legal language.
The course is "in presence" at Albergo dei poveri.
Students may attend online (synchronous) classes on Teams by previous agreement with the professor (only for very special and documented reasons such as covid quarantine, covid self isolation, residing outside the Region). Team code is 6c5l6ch.
The module provide for lectures and discussions of case-law prepared by students.
Experts on immigration may be invited as part of the module.
The active participation of students is required.
Until the end of the pandemic, the lessons will take place according to the indications provided by the University and the Department (with the possibility of carrying them out in presence, online or in mixed presence/online mode).
The Migration law module is structured as follows:
Part I ("traditional" lectures):
Part II: analysis and discussion of the main immigration judgments issued by national, EU and ECHR Courts on:
Students prepare the exam on the Power Points of the lessons and on the texts uploaded on Aulaweb by the professor.
The writing and presentation of a case law (in class or at exam) and a short essay on one of the topics of the course is also required.
Office hours: The professor usually meet the students on Tuesday from 10am to 12 p.m. (on appointment by email) at DISPO, Albergo dei Poveri (Piazzale E. Brignole 3a), Central Tower, floor 3B, room 70. Meetings in days and times different from that indicated above are still possible. During class-scheduled time (second semester) it is always possible to meet the professor at the end of the lessons. Meetings with students can also be carried out through the Teams platform (see the access instructions on Aulaweb) or via skype (ask the teacher's ID by email).
LAURA CARPANETO (President)
ARIANNA PITINO (President Substitute)
ARISTIDE CANEPA (Substitute)
LORENZO CUOCOLO (Substitute)
STEFANO DOMINELLI (Substitute)
FRANCESCA MAOLI (Substitute)
EDMONDO MOSTACCI (Substitute)
MARIA ANGELA ORLANDI (Substitute)
MATTEO SOMMELLA (Substitute)
Lessons start on the 28th of February 2022.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is oral.
Students attending classes: I will take into consideration the case-law presentation (30%), the presence and active participation during class hours (20%) and the knowledge of the materials made available on Team and Aulaweb (two oral questions, 50%).
Students NOT attending classes: I will take into consideration the knowledge of the materials made available on Team and Aulaweb (three oral questions, 70%) and the presentation of the case-law (30%).
For in-presence final examinations all students can ask to sit a written exam instead of the oral exam.
Online final examinations through Teams are always oral.
Students of the Curriculum Globalizacion y desarrollo can do the final examination in Italian instead of English.
The active participation of students at class will also be taken into account.
The examination aims to:
- ascertain the acquisition by the students of the essential theoretical and methodological notions regarding the topics covered in class;
- assess students' ability to think about complex cases from a legal perspective, taking into account both the role of European Union law and domestic and comparative law.
The final grade is given by the average of the votes delivered in the intermediate tests taken in the two modules.
The exam is in English.
However, students enrolled in the Global y desarrollo CV or the others CVs in Italian may ask to take the exam in Italian.
Students enrolled in the CV Security and international relation always take the exam in English.
I remind all students to register with Aulaweb to receive all the updated information on the Migration law module.