|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||IUS/10|
You can take the exam for this unit if you passed the following exam(s):
The Public Administration, its organization and the principles and rules of its functioning. Evolution of the matter, and relationships with other branches of law. The Public Administration in the Constitution: the principles of administrative law. General profiles of the administrative organization: public subjectivity. The subjective legal situations and administrative powers. The instruments of administrative action: the administrative provision and administrative agreements. Notes on the administrative justice system.
The purpose of the course of Administrative Law is to provide the knowledge bases on the principles and rules governing public entities, which regulate their organization, action and their interaction with private subjects and legal situations.
The aim of Administrative Law is to provide students with the knowledge bases on the principles and rules governing public entities, regulating their organization, action and their interaction with private subjects and legal situations.
At the end of the teaching the students will have acquired the necessary preparation to understand the nature of public subjects and the essential mechanisms regulating their logics and their behavior.
In particular, students will be able to:
- research and understand the regulatory sources governing the nature and action of public entities;
- select and evaluate figures and situations on the basis of the legal requirements of administrative law governing actions and effects;
- elaborate interpretations and behavioral models referring to administrative behaviors of public subjects in relation to the objectives to be pursued.
Knowledge of the basic principles of public law and constitutional law is necessary to adequately and effectively deal with the teaching content.
It is highly recommended to have previously passed Public Law exam or other similar teaching.
The course will be held with lectures in the presence of the teacher on the topics covered by the program. On the occasion of the discussion of particular topics, the lessons will be supported by one or more sector experts from roles or positions in Public Administrations. The lessons deal with the discussion of the theoretical topics covered by the program, with the final part of each lesson dedicated to the examination, in interaction with the students, of one or more official administrative documents or a topical issue, taken from the information, and strictly related to the topic covered during the lesson.
Administrative Law Defined. Source of Administrative Law. The Bureaucracy. Democracy and Accountability. Controlling the Bureaucracy. Provision and fundamental instruments of the Public Administration activity. Public Administration rules and proceedings. Choice of project between public interest and private initiative.
Cerulli Irelli V., Lineamenti del diritto amministrativo, settima edizione, GiappichelliEditore, 2021.
TARULLO Stefano, Manual of Administrative Law, Zanichelli Editore, II edition, limited to the following parts: Part I, Chapter 2; Part II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII; Part IX, Chapter 1; Part X; Part XI, Chapter 1, Section I and Chapter 2, Section I; Part XII, Chapter 1; Part XIV, Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Part XV; Part XVI, Chapters 1 and 2; Part XVII
Office hours: The teacher is available before and after the lessons. However, it is possible to arrange an appointment by contacting via email at email@example.com
GIUSEPPE PROFITI (President)
GIOVANNI BATTISTA PITTALUGA (Substitute)
Lessons will start on Friday 23 September 2022 at 8.00 am in the classrooms of the Albergo dei Poveri.
The exam is scheduled in oral form with assessment of the preparation on the various topics covered by the program, on the ability to relate the various subjects studied and on the relationships with the other branches of the legal system.
As a rule, unless different needs resulting from the candidate's answers, the exam is divided into three questions.
The first question is generally a broad question, which allows a structured answer.
In this way it is possible to evaluate the learning of the candidate linked not only to the memorization of specific notions but also to the organization of thought and the articulation of the discourse.
Subject to the evaluation are the completeness of the topics dealt with, the overall construction of the answer, the order in the sequence of the concepts, the possible links established between different topics covered in the course, the actual understanding of the substance of what is exposed, the critical capacity of the candidate, as well as, where possible, placing the answers within the general principles of law.
Students with SLD, disability or other special educational needs certification are advised to contact both the referent Prof. Aristide Canepa (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the teacher, at the beginning of the course, to agree on teaching methods and examinations that, in compliance with the teaching objectives, take into account individual learning methods and provide suitable ones compensatory instruments.