|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||IUS/01|
You can take the exam for this unit if you passed the following exam(s):
The course aims to offer an in-depth overview (thanks also to the use of doctrinal and jurisprudential materials that will be published on aulaweb) of the subject traditionally pertaining to the area of civil liability.
Objective of the course is to explore in details the law of torts in its evolutionary dimension, with reference both to the major kinds of torts, and to recoverable damages, pecuniary and non-pecuniary.
Individual study, attendance and participation in the proposed educational activities will allow the student to:
Understand and remember the main legal provisions that regulate the discipline of civil liability;
Identify the main application problems, in relation to the progressive acquisitions of doctrine and jurisprudence;
Understand the structure and functioning mechanism of the civil liability system, with particular reference to the evolution of the area of damage;
Read and critically examine, with autonomy of judgment, scientific articles and texts of judgments, in particular of the Court of Cassation;
Set up and carry out a legal argument relating to the subject matter of the course.
The provisions of the didactic regulations with reference to the preparatory course apply.
The matter governed by articles 2043-2059 of the Italian civil code, in addition to some institutions governed by special laws (the liability of the producer and the liability of the magistrates)
Cesare Salvi, La responsabilità civile (third edition), Milan, Giufffrè, 2019 (all: about 300 pages), in addition to the materials that will be uploaded to the web classroom.
DONATO CARUSI (President)
ROBERTA SERAFINA BONINI
GIACOMO MUNARI (Substitute)
Classes will be held in the second semester
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is written (10 open-ended questions, aimed in particular at verifying the argumentative ability of students)
The exam is directed not so much to a mnemonic exposition of the notions acquired in class and through individual study, but above all to the argumentative use of these notions, also in relation to the analysis of practical cases discussed in class.