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The course, divided in two parts, consists in an in-depth study of topics concerning public and private international relations.
In the first part, the course addresses the topic of private and procedural international law. In the second part, the course addresses the main rules governing diplomatic and consular relations and functions as codified in international instruments and developed in the practice.
In the first part, the course will give students knowldege in free movement of judgments and in international jurisdiction, knowledge in applicable law to cross-border cases. In the second part, the course aims at the acquisition of specific competences in the field of diplomatic and consular law, through the study of the rules existing at the international and regional level. In this context, students will acquire the necessary knowledge in order to comprehend and operate with the main rules governing diplomatic and consular relations and functions as codified in international instruments and developed in the practice.
Basic knowledge of International Law and European Union Law is required.
Frontal classes with text and case law material analysis (uploaded on aulaweb). Seminars might take place during classes with the teacher with experts of the subject matter.
In the first part: (i) PIL terminology; (ii) Scope of application of the Italian PIL act; (iii) EU intervention in PIL after the Amsterdam Treaty in 1997; (iv) Scope of Italian jurisdiction in light of domestic, EU and international law; (v) Coordination ofn EU law and domestic law.
In the second part: i) origins of diplomatic and consular law; ii) establishment of diplomatic and consular relations; iii) diplomatic and consular functions; iv) diplomatic ceremonials; v) diplomatic and consular immunities and privileges; vi) EU external action service.
Students attending classes
Notes and materials on aulaweb can be integrated with B. Barel - S. Armellini, Manuale breve di diritto internazionale privato, Giuffrè, Milano, ed. 2018 o 2019, Cap. I, II, III, IX. During classes a monographic topic will be treated.
Students non attending classes
B. Barel - S. Armellini, Manuale breve di diritto internazionale privato, Giuffrè, Milano, ed. 2018 o 2019, Cap. I, II, III, IV, V, VII, VIII, IX.
Students attending classes
Notes taken during classes, integrated by Carlo Curti Gialdino, Lineamenti di diritto diplomatico e consolare, 4rd ed., Giappichelli, Torino, 2018 (available online), pp. 53-238 + 393-521 + 561-632; and Riccardo Luzzatto, Ilaria Queirolo, Sovranità territoriale, "Jurisdiction" e regole di immunità, in AA.VV., Istituzioni di diritto internazionale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2016, pp. 183-228.
Students not attending classes
Carlo Curti Gialdino, Lineamenti di diritto diplomatico e consolare, 4rd ed., Giappichelli, Torino, 2018 (pp. 53-632).
Office hours: The student reception can take place in person or on the Teams platform, before or after the lesson or by appointment.
Office hours: Before and after lessons, or on Wednesday from 10.00 to 12.00 a.m. in the professor’s office (Albergo dei Poveri, west tower, III floor). "Online" office hours due covid - Wednesday from 10.00 to 12.00 a.m. Teams code: l1buonj It is suggested to communicate through email (and not through TEAMS message function)
ILARIA QUEIROLO (President)
LAURA CARPANETO (Substitute)
MARIA ELENA DE MAESTRI (Substitute)
FRANCESCA MAOLI (Substitute)
FRANCESCO PESCE (Substitute)
PIETRO SANNA (Substitute)
MATTEO SOMMELLA (Substitute)
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All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is oral and is held in presence. Language is Italian. It usually consists of 3 questions on topics of the programme for each module.
To students taking part to 2/3 of classes in presence it is given the possibility to give written tests at the end of each part, which consist of multiple-choice questions.
The exam will verify the acquisition of competences, legal reasoning and thinking, as well as the acquisition of proper legal terminology.