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The Course introduces students to the knowledge of International, European and Italian legislation regulating the access to transport services, the related infrastructures and the main contracts in the transport sector with reference to their implications in the economic activities.
The course aims at giving the students a profound introduction into several aspects of transport law (infrastructures, access to transport services, transport contracts), improving their ability to understand the general system of the international and European Union transport law and its implications on national legislation.
At the end of the Course, students should have to acquire knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of Transport Law and should be able to elaborate their knowledge and understanding. In particular, they should be able to read critically the normative texts and draw their conclusions. In addition, students should be able to communicate their knowledge and conclusions.
Main topics of Private Law and Pubblic Law.
The course consists in 72 hours of frontal lessons.
Class attendance is recommended.
M. Casanova - M. Brignardello, Corso breve di diritto dei trasporti, Giuffrè, ed. II, 2020
Alternately, students can prepare the exam on any up-to-date university textbook that analysis all of the topics listed in the program.
Office hours: By appointment. Please send an e-mail to the lecturer.
MONICA BRIGNARDELLO (President)
The written exam consists of at least three open-ended questions on the topics covered by the program of the Course.
Intermediate tests may be provided for attending students.
The exam aims to verify students’ learning skills, knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of Transport Law, critical reading of normative texts, ability to draw their own conclusions and communication skills.
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Students are invited to enrol in AulaWeb to access to study material and further information.
Examins can be repeated without limits.
Further information for students not attending classes:
The content of the Course, the bibliography, the exam description and the assessment methods for the students attending or not attending classes are the same.